Thanks for letting me know about the problem you’re facing, @PravinGo.
Updating QuickBooks to the latest release helps fix minor problems and improve performance. Since you’re unable to run any reports, let’s perform some basic troubleshooting to verify if the issue is with the file or the program itself.
To start with, open a sample file and run reports using it. Here’s how:
Go to the File menu and select Close Company.
On the No Company Open window, click the Open a sample file drop-down.
Choose a sample file.
Hit Yes on the message prompt to continue.
Once you have accessed it, go to the Reports menu and pull up one report. If you get the same result, I recommend repairing QuickBooks Desktop to resolve any program-related issues or errors.
Before you begin, you’ll need to prepare the QBDT installation CD or simply download the installer from the website before performing the following steps.
Restart the computer.
Back up your QuickBooks company file.
Go to Start and then ControlPanel.
Select Programs and Features.
In the list of programs, select QuickBooks.
Choose Uninstall/Change, then click Continue and Next.
Click Repair and then Next. Wait for it to complete.
Once done, hit Finish.
On the other hand, if you’re able to generate a report without QuickBooks crashing, run the Verify and Rebuild Utility Tool to fix the damage on your company file. Make sure to create a backup to avoid any accidental data loss.
I’m adding the steps below for you to follow:
Go to the File menu.
Select Utilities, then Rebuild Data.
Click OK on the QuickBooks Information window.
Follow the prompt to save a backup.
Hit Close when you see Rebuild has completed.
Now, perform the same steps above except select verify instead of rebuild. Check out this article for reference: Resolve data damage. In the same link, you’ll find other data damage troubleshooting steps for Windows.
That should do it. Let me know how everything turns out, or if you have any issues after following those steps. I’m always here to keep helping. Have a good one!