In some cases, QuickBooks Desktop runs into an error where running the QB Desktop app gives an error message “QuickBooks has Stopped Working” with Problem Event Name: BEX. This error is also recognized as a BEX error in QuickBooks and can appear in any version of the Windows operating system. BEX error does not mainly appears in QuickBooks but also affects other Windows applications like Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and various other applications. After investigating the error, we have found some troubleshooting steps suggested by Microsoft and Intuit for a quick solution. Follow the complete article to learn more about this error and its troubleshooting method.
As like other versions of QuickBooks Desktop, POS (Point of Sale) also encounters some common installation errors that can be fixed easily by following simple troubleshooting steps. In this article, we are going to discuss POS installation Error 1304, Error 1642, Error 1706 and error unable to start the IntuitUpdateService. Some of these errors are caused by faults in Microsoft Windows components like .NET Framework whereas some of these occur if the required installation files are missing. Follow the complete article to learn what misconfigurations and faults trigger such installation errors in QuickBooks and how you can troubleshoot them without any struggle.
Regardless of whether you are installing QuickBooks Desktop for the first time or performing a regular upgrade of your QuickBooks version, QuickBooks installer may encounter EXEAdapter error or error 61686 that terminates the installation process. QuickBooks installation requires Microsoft .Net Framework as it is a Windows component that enables QuickBooks to exchange data with online web applications and this error occurs when the Microsoft .NET Framework.xml file is damaged. There could be several reasons that can cause damage to the Framework.xml file, with this article, you will learn how to repair the damage in .NET Framework.xml file and resolve EXEAdapter error when installing QuickBooks.
One of the most important Microsoft components that QuickBooks requires for its operations is .Net Framework. QuickBooks encounter error 1935 while installing Microsoft .Net or QuickBooks on Windows. Our QuickBooks support experts have found that Error 1935 is a Windows error that not only affects QuickBooks but also strikes other Windows applications like Norton antivirus, Alchemy Catalyst, Pinnacle Studio, AutoCAD and even Microsoft’s own apps. Error 1935 usually occurs if there are issues with your .Net Framework installation, some other reasons responsible for the error are listed further in this article. We recommend that you follow the steps mentioned in our article for a quick solution.
If you are getting error OL-222 while importing .QBO file from your Financial Institution website then this article is for you. In this article, we have listed a detailed and step by step method that you can follow for a quick solution, along with the troubleshooting method, you will also find the reasons that trigger OL 222 error in QuickBooks on Mac and Windows computers. Follow the complete article for detailed information. If you have already encountered OL-222 error then you will notice an error message on the screen “QuickBooks was not able to complete your request. Please contact your financial institution. (OL-222)”
The QB Web Connector is a Windows application that allows QuickBooks Desktop application to exchange data with third party online applications. Web Connector is completely a different application than QuickBooks Desktop and requires separate installation on Windows, whereas QuickBooks Online comes with an inbuilt Web Connector that works over the cloud. This article will guide you through each step of setting up QuickBooks Web Connector on Windows operating system, and you can also read frequently asked questions about QuickBooks Web Connector that will answer all of you general queries about QBWebConnector. Follow the complete article for detailed information.