Connecting the Dots: QuickBooks Lost Connection Error Reconnects with QuickBooks Repair Pro's Data Recovery Service


Brandon, MB -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/14/2019 -- The 'Connection Lost' error occurs when working in a QuickBooks Company file and the connection to the company file has been lost.

This error indicates that QuickBooks can no longer access your data file or a section of your data file.

The reasons for the error could be several but the most tangible ones are, that connection to possible storage devices was disrupted, the sleep or hibernation mode on the computer storing the company file was activated, more than one computer on a network is configured to host the QuickBooks company file, or a damaged company file.

John Rocha, QuickBooks Repair Pro's Technical Services Manager recommends restarting QuickBooks as the simplest and most effective solution if you are faced with the connection lost error. "An application update does not work to its fullest potential until a reboot occurs," Rocha said. Alternatively, the QuickBooks File Doctor, which is a QuickBooks inbuilt utility, also helps resolve the error.

Once the error is resolved, certain precautions need to be taken in order to ensure that the error does not surface again. Rocha recommends regularly checking for system updates and check system requirements before launching upgrades, as some of the main provisions.

In the event all else fails, you can rely on QuickBooks Repair Pro data repair solutions will work with guaranteed results. Visit for more information.

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