Solution 1: Make sure the latest release for QuickBooks version is installed.
Solution 2: Verify that there are no special characters in the company file name or in the file path where the original file is saved. (If you find any, remove any apostrophe's, ampersands (&), greater than (>), less than (<), etc. and that should resolve the issue.)
Solution 3: Portable Company File
Solution 4: Troubleshoot company file for data damage
Solution 5: If this error was received when trying to create an Accountant's Transfer file, ensure that the QBDataServiceUser(XX) user for your version of QuickBooks has full access to the folder where the company file is stored.
a. Click on the Sharing tab.
b. Since Microsoft® Windows XP Home does not allow you to add users, select the Allow users to change my files button.
a. Click on the Security tab.
b. Select the service related to your version of QuickBooks:
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