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Click this link and follow steps to restore a backup for use with an earlier QuickBooks version.
Prepare you file for updating.
Close the company file in the previous version.
Open the company file that has been rebuilt and update to the new version.
Rebuild the company file in the new version of QuickBooks to ensure the error does not occur.
Choose File > Close Company to close the company file.
On all other computers that will use the company file, stop hosting multi-user access :
Press and hold Ctrl while you open the QuickBooks program and continue pressing Ctrl until QuickBooks opens completely. This opens QuickBooks without opening a company file.
Choose File > Utilities >Stop Hosting Multi-User Access. If that option doesn't appear, the computer is not hosting and no further action is necessary.
Repeat steps 4.a and 4.b for each computer other than the host computer.
Configure the QuickBooks server for multi-user access:
Click the Windows Start button and choose All Programs > QuickBooks > QuickBooks Database Server Manager.
Click the Scan Folders tab.
Click the Add Folder button, select the folder that contains your QuickBooks company file, and click OK. Repeat this step if necessary to add additional company file folders.
Click the Scan button to begin scanning. After the scan is finished, the company files in the scanned folders are configured for multi-user access.
Open the company file in QuickBooks. If you receive the same error message, refer to Settings required for firewalls to make sure your firewall is properly configured to allow QuickBooks access to your company file.
Open the company file in QuickBooks. If you receive the same error message, open a different company file or a sample company file located in one of the folders you scanned with the Database Server Manager.
If no company file will open, reboot the host computer and try again.
Solution 1: If you get the error while launching or opening QuickBooks
Find and open your QuickBooks company file. It has the file extension .qbw.
Double-click the company.qbw file.
Solution 2: If you get the error when updating or repairing QuickBooks
Please see Error: 1334 while repairing or updating QuickBooks for steps to resolve.
Solution 3: If you get the error when installing QuickBooks
Please see Repair or reinstall Microsoft .NET Framework for steps to resolve.
You probably opened an old file. You will need to find the current file that you were using. Use the search and search for all files ending in .QBW
Check the dates they were last used (you don't want the one with the most current date since that was the old file that was opened.)