Then, try changing the period covered. Just click the Dates drop-down list and choose a different date range or change the dates shown in the From and To fields. Once done, click the Refresh tab to give you the right report data.
If the same thing happens, let's try opening another company file to check if you're having a problem with only one file and not the program itself. Here's how:
In your QuickBooks, go to the File menu at the top left.
Choose Close Company.
In the No Company Open window, click the drop-down arrow in the Open a sample file icon.
If it works, it's possible there's a damaged data on the company file you've been working with. Just run the Rebuild Data tool is built-in to fix any company file data issues. You can check out this article for the steps and details: Fix data damage on your QuickBooks Desktop company file.
We can also repair your software to fix any damaged component in QuickBooks. This also fixes any errors while using, installing, or updating QuickBooks. See the Repair your QuickBooks Desktop for Windows article for more details.