Examples of how these errors can manifest are:
Although not very common, these errors are more likely to occur with QuickBooks Check Processing applications due to the greater number of these files. However these errors can also occur in other merchant services applications (i.e., ReBill, downloading transactions, etc.).
If this is the first time experiencing this error(s), it is likely due to damaged ActiveX files that were installed to facilitate the connection to Intuit when transactions are processed.
(ActiveX files are scripts installed in Internet Explorer to perform the web functions listed above. Regardless of the default browser, QuickBooks will always use Internet Explorer to connect.)
NOTE: Security settings and/or applications can cause these problems as well. If there is a problem removing these files and/or installing the ActiveX components the system administrator will need to be contacted to change the permissions for the user logged in to the computer.
Also, be sure that Java is at its most current version. To be sure, visit the Java download site.
Before continuing, close QuickBooks completely. When a check scanner is used, be sure to turn off the scanner connected to the system.
Once the folder is accessed, perform the following: