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How to Recover from QuickBooks error 3371 status code 11118?

 

QuickBooks is one of the most excellent tools for tracking and managing all of the company's resources. It enabled all small and medium-sized business owners to manage inventory, transactions, and payrolls as a one-person force without requiring any experience in that field. That also means users are storing a lot of essential data in QuickBooks files, which can significantly impact their entire company. Users can lose control of their whole business if they lose access to those vital QuickBooks files. This blog will inform users 'how to fix QuickBooks error 3371 status code 11118.' Continue reading to learn more.

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Factors that cause Error 3371 in QuickBooks

1.      If there is a virus or malware attack on the computer, the error will occur.

2.      QuickBooks can lose its data if the QuickBooks database files are damaged or corrupted.

3.      The error will appear in the QuickBooks software updation is corrupted.

4.      Sudden power cut while using the QuickBooks can also cause the error.

Steps to Get Rid of Error 3371 in QuickBooks

 In this section we will go through a completely different approach to troubleshoot QuickBooks error 3371 status code 11118 that you will not find anywhere else.

Let’s get back the previous data file that was free of any corruption and error 3371.

Use the.QBW.adr and .TLG.adr files

·       Make a folder on your computer and name it QBTest.

·       Open the QuickBooksAutoDataRecovery folder.

·       Copy the both .TLG.adr and .QBW.adr files.

·       Paste the copied files to the QBTest folder on your computer.

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 Make .QBW and .TLG files in the QBTest folder

·       Set the Windows to display the Hidden Files.

·       Delete the .adr from the end of the file name. You will get QBW and.TLG files on the QBTest folder.

·       Open QuickBooks.

·       Open the company file stored on your QBTest folder.

·       Check all transactions.

·       Use the Verify Data Utility tool.

·       You will easily move the corrupted company file to a different location if the copy file is fine.

·       Transfer the copy from QBTest to the original destination.

Use the .TLG file with QBW.adr file 

·       Create a folder and name it QBTest. Open the folder having the company file.

·       Copy the .TLG file.

·       Paste the file to the Test Folder.

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Check transactions and run verify data utility

·       Open the Windows Explorer.

·       Select Organise.

·       Select Folder and Search Options.

·       Choose View.

·       Select the File Name Extension.

·       For the known file types option, uncheck the Hide Extensions.

·       Choose Apply and open the QuickBooksAutoDataRecovery tool.

·       Copy the .QBW.adr file, then paste it to the QBTest.

·       .QBW.adr and .TLG file will display on your QBTest folder.

·       Choose Rename by right-clicking .QBW.adr file.

·       Remove .adr from the end of the file name.

·       Open QuickBooks.

·       Open the Company File stored on your QBTest folder.

·       Run QuickBooks Verify Data Utility.

·       If the copy of the company file does not have any issue, you will be able to move the corrupted company file to a different location.

·       Lastly, transfer the copy from the QBTest folder to the original destination.

We hope this guide on QuickBooks error 3371 status code 11118 proved out to be helpful for you. If you are still unable to access your data, we suggest you seek expert advice, for which you need to call our tech team at +1-855-856-0042, and they will help you get rid of your problem in the shortest time possible.

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