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It’s nice to see you here in the Community, @904man.
I’d be glad provide you with the troubleshooting steps to successfully open your company file.
Before performing some troubleshooting steps, you’ll need to verify if your QuickBooks is updated to the latest release to check its compatibility.
Once verified, let’s check if the issue persists in the company file or the program itself. Let me guide you how:
If the program starts, you’ll need to verify if only one computer is using your company file. To turn off hosting in other computers, here’s how:
If you’re still unable to open your company file, let’s perform this other troubleshooting steps.
You may read this article for more information: Resolve Problems Opening QuickBooks Desktop or your Company File.
Should you have additional questions or concerns, please click on the Reply button to leave a comment. I’ll be glad to help you.
My 2013 won't let me open Quickbooks ever since I updated to Mac OS X. I get a prompt to Reopen or Cancel Reopen. Geek Squad has had it for 4 days and says the Quickbooks isn't compatible with Mac OS X. Intuit says only 2011 or older isn't compatible. Getting really frustrated!!!!