Quick and Easy troubleshoot QuickBooks Error 6094
While opening the QuickBooks desktop application, users sometimes get QuickBooks error 6094 due to security program updates. Generally, the error arises because of the system’s antivirus programs, namely Spy Hunter Malware, AVG Anti-Virus, PC Tools Internet Security that blocks the QuickBooks. The error comes up with a message, “An error occurred when QuickBooks tried to start the database server that manages access to the QuickBooks company file. Error (-6094, 0).”In this blog, you’ll get to know about QuickBooks error 6094 with its troubleshooting solutions.
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Solutions to Resolve QuickBooks Enterprise error 6094
Following are the best possible troubleshooting to get rid of QuickBooks enterprise error 6094:
Solution 1. Repair QuickBooks desktop by running the repair tool
Before running the run repair tool we suggest you take a backup of the QuickBooks company file. Now, proceed to the steps given below:
- Restart your system to ensure no programs are running that can affect the repair.
- Then, click on the Start menu and open Control Panel.
- Choose Programs and Features and click on Uninstall a Program.
- From the list of programs, choose QuickBooks and click Uninstall/Change.
- Click Continue and then click Next.
- Select Repair and then Next.
- Click on Finish once it’s done.
If you still get the QuickBooks enterprise error 6094, proceed to the solution given below.
Solution 2. Setup AVG anti-virus
Follow the steps to prevent the QuickBooks directory from being scanned:
- Exit QuickBooks desktop and open AVG Anti-Virus User Interface.
- Next, click twice on the Resident Shield and select Manage Exceptions.
- Click on Add path and add C:\Program Files\Intuit path.
- Click OK to save the changes.
Now, check if any QuickBooks files are quarantined:
- Again, open AVG Anti-Virus User Interface and click on History.
- Select Virus Vault and find any QuickBooks file that is quarantined.
- Next, select the necessary files and select Restore and Close.
- At last, open QuickBooks.
Given below are the steps to check renamed files in the installation directory:
- Close QuickBooks.
- Review C:\Program Files\Intuit\QuickBooks for any files in the install
- directory that are renamed.
- Change the name of the file back to the original one.
- Then, open QuickBooks.
( Note: We have only mentioned the information about AVG Anti-Virus. To know more about any third-party security programs, you need to consult your anti-virus provider.)
We hope you find this blog helpful. If you’re still unable to resolve QuickBooks error 6094, contact the certified QuickBooks team by dialing our toll-free number (800)-579-9430.