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Relevant Methods to Terminate the QuickBooks Abort Message

When the application is unable to secure a connection, it can trigger the QuickBooks Abort message on your screen. This issue can arise out of nowhere and disrupt the normal functioning of the application. The QuickBooks connection has been lost error message can arise due to many possible reasons, like incorrect network configuration. If you are encountering this issue, you can follow the methods provided in this blog to eliminate it.

If you are having trouble understanding the steps or resolving the error code on your own, you can reach out to us at 1-855-856-0042 to get assistance from our team of QB experts.

Common Reasons why QuickBooks Aborts while Opening Company File

The QuickBooks Desktop abort error can arise due to the following common scenarios –

  • Your internet connectivity is weak or unstable, and it is causing issues while establishing a connection with QB.
  • Essential files, such as the QBWUSER.INI file are missing from the system, and they might be damaged/corrupted.
  • Your QuickBooks Desktop application is incorrectly installed, or the installation process was interrupted in the middle.
  • 3rdparty applications or Windows firewall are causing obstructions while operating the QB Desktop app, which is leading to the abort error.
  • You do not have complete access to the company file, which is restricting you from working on it.

Recommended to read: How to fix QuickBooks Error 1612

Practical Solutions to Fix the QuickBooks Network Abort Error

System error connection has been lost can be easily dismissed by using the solutions provided below –

Solution 1 – Reconfigure the QB Hosting Mode on your Server PC and Workstations

You need to ensure that the hosting settings on your different workstations are correctly setup to address the QuickBooks company file abort error. 

  1. Open QuickBooks on the server computer and go to the Filetab to access the Utilities drop-down menu to check the hosting options.
  2. Now, open the QuickBooks application on the workstation and click Utilitiesunder the File tab to look for the hosting options.
  3. Select the Stop Hosting Multi-User Accessoption and disable hosting multi-user access on your workstations, followed by rerunning QB and checking the status of the abort error.

Solution 2 – Fix the Data File Corruption by Accessing the Verify/Rebuild Utility

Next, you can run the verify and rebuild utility to fix the company file damage cussing the network issues.

  1. Run QuickBooks Desktop and go to the Filetab to navigate to the Utilities drop-down menu and select the Verify Data
  2. The tool will scan damage in the QuickBooks data and it will give the Rebuild Company File prompt, if errors are detected.
  3. Next, select the Rebuild Now option to let the tool repair the data damage, and once the data is repaired, rerun QuickBooks to check the status of the QuickBooks abort error message.


You can get rid of the QuickBooks Abort message by using the solutions provided in this blog. If the issue persists, you can reach out to us at 1-855-856-0042 to get professional help from our support team.

Also read: Efficiently Kick Out QuickBooks Error 15270 With This Guide

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