QuickBooks Error 6150 1006 usually occurs when you try to create, open, or use a company file in QuickBooks. Here are some of the possible causes of this error:
- The company file is damaged or corrupted.
- The QuickBooks installation is damaged or corrupted.
- The company file name extension is changed or incorrect.
- The company file is stored in an inappropriate location.
- The QuickBooks company file is infected by a virus or malware.
- The Windows Operating System is damaged or corrupted.
- The user account you are using to open the company file does not have sufficient permissions.
- The QuickBooks company file is opened from a network drive.
- The QuickBooks company file is opened in a newer version of QuickBooks than the one used to create it.
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