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When trying to upload a bank file to correct some errors in the automatic updates, I encountered an error 30000 or something like that. How is this corrected?

 
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When trying to upload a bank file to correct some errors in the automatic updates, I encountered an error 30000 or something like that. How is this corrected?

Errors can possibly occur if a system process is interrupted, stevcarp. 

 

There are a few factors why we encounter this error when uploading a bank file. It could be:

  • the operating system or other components aren't up-to-date.
  • there are damaged or corrupted components (that are responsible for the importing processes).
  • the file you want to upload is damaged or corrupted.

We can take a few steps to get rid of this error.

 

First, we can check your system for any possible issues related to the importing process. I'd recommend scanning your PC (personal computer) for errors and fix them. You can update system components if needed. Feel free to ask your IT personnel for assistance to do this.

 

Second, let's create or download a new copy of the file you want to upload. Make sure it is a valid WebConnect file coming from your bank.

 

After that, we can try uploading the file to QuickBooks again. You can check out these articles if you need reference:

You can always get back to me if you need more help with this. 

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