Steps to Rejuvenate Damaged QuickBooks Files

Steps to rejuvenate damaged QuickBooks files


Kington, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/27/2021 -- Data damage in QuickBooks can occur when there was an unexpected power interruption and QuickBooks was forced to close abruptly, improper entries made in the list data that caused corruption to the company file.

Errors in bookkeeping with items, accounts, or names in the company file, a virus or computer malware, network connection failure, PC crashes, or a database file size that has grown beyond a healthy limit.

Ignoring system requirements when installing applications can also cause significant damage with QuickBooks files, which is why it is important to ensure that the system meets the requirements of the relevant QuickBooks product and version.

"Because QuickBooks solely relies on the functionality of the hard drive, any damage to the hard drive can prove detrimental to QuickBooks on the whole," E-Tech's John Rocha said.

The process of retrieving a damaged file is known as 'data rebuilding'. The QuickBooks Verify Data Utility and QuickBooks Rebuild Data Utility can be used simultaneously. Damaged files can also be repaired using QuickBooks File Doctor.

Alternatively, third party services such as E-Tech offers an exclusive service for QuickBooks data file repair. This works with almost any version of QuickBooks data files, from the very first version for DOS to the latest Pro, Premier, Accountant or Enterprise versions.

More service specifications for E-Tech's QuickBooks File Repair Service can be seen at

About E-Tech
E-Tech is the leading service provider of QuickBooks File Repair, Data Recovery, QuickBooks Conversion and QuickBooks SDK programming in the UK and Ireland. In their 20 years plus of experience with Intuit QuickBooks, they have assisted over 1000 satisfied customers with their requirements. E-Tech UK covers US, UK, Canadian, Australian versions which include Reckon Accounts, and New Zealand versions of QuickBooks through PC and Mac platforms.

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