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Are you using Intuit Data Protect and performing manual local backups of QuickBooks? Murph explains why ProAdvisors probably shouldn’t do both. more

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Another in Murph's series about the inner workings of QuickBooks desktop, this one gives you a peak into the typically hidden interior of one of the most misunderstood companion QuickBooks Company files – the QBW.TLG file. more

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Murph explains why when it comes to finding QuickBooks network problems, one of your best friends can be the .ND file. more

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Has your local QuickBooks backup file ever been larger than your actual QuickBooks Company file? If so, our reply to this reader inquiry just might be the answer you're looking for. more

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Assertion failures are representative of a critical QuickBooks Data Integrity error. Here, we look at the possibility of overcoming such errors using the Auto Data Recovery feature. more

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Insightful Account takes an inside look at some of the causes of backup failures, and some of the triggers that prevent QuickBooks from resetting the QBW.tlg (transaction log) file. more

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Auto Data Recovery when properly used represents a way of restoring your QuickBooks file after data corruption or loss. Since many users fail to properly back-up their data, ADR offers a file restoration source that otherwise might not be available. more

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When we learn how the QuickBooks Database Server can use various combinations of the ADR files to identify missing data, and restore it, we can easily see the great value this feature poses in many corrupt file situations. more

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Here are 7-steps you can take to attempt to open your QuickBooks Company-file when it seemingly won't open. more

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In most cases if you break the connection between the QB Database Server and the QBW file you can solve many of these issues. more

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Is it Door Number 1, Door Number 2 or Door Number 3?

Is it Door # 1 - Application, Door # 2 - Installation or Door # 3 - Data?

Ways to detect if your QuickBooks data-file is the problem. more

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Our old sleuth takes on 'names on target not internally consistent' in this edition of the Data Detective. more

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Memorized reports are a common source of data corruption within QuickBooks files. In this episode of the Data Detective our sleuth takes us through the steps to resolve these errors. more

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Open Quantity Warning

QuickBooks Warning Message (Source: Intuit QuickBooks)

QuickBooks may display a message reading: “Some Sales Orders or Estimates may be incorrectly marked as closed or display incorrect invoiced quantities”, this inexpensive tool can help resolve these problems. more

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You too can become a QuickBooks Data Sleuth, "it's Elementary..." The Data Detective reviews another common cause of QuickBooks data corruption, and the simple solution for resolving these errors. more

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