Error 6150 in QuickBooks appears when the user is not able to open a company file and sometimes it co-jointly appears with another numeric code 1006. Eliminating QuickBooks error 6150 is pretty simple and requires a few simple steps. The reasons that trigger the error are a damaged company file, corrupt QuickBooks installation, opening a portable file without opening QuickBooks first, wrongly typed extension for QuickBooks files, and virus intrusion in your computer. The following are the key steps that need to be taken to fix error 6150.
1. Firstly, you need to try to restore the QuickBooks backup. Launch QuickBooks, click the file, click restore company and click restore the backup copy. Further, you need to follow some instructions and in the File Name field, enter a new company and click yes to confirm.
2. The next step is to create a new QuickBooks desktop file from the scratch. Go to no company open window and create a new company. After that, you will need to navigate to the setup window, select create a company, and begin to create a customer list.