QuickBooks Database Server Manager Stopped? Here’s What to Do to Fix it

A lot of QuickBooks users come across QuickBooks Database Server Manager stopped error while running QuickBooks and opening a company file kept on the server manager. The error shows up on the screen accompanied by a message, “QBDBMgrn not running on this computer.” The error mainly occurs when Database Server Manager is damaged or the service fails to start. Read other sections of the blog to understand the root causes and troubleshooting solutions to resolve QuickBooks Database Server Manager failed to start error.

If you are stuck with QuickBooks Database Server Manager stopped error and want to fix it right away, call us on our toll-free number 1.855.738.2784 and consult the certified QuickBooks expert’s team

Reasons that trigger QuickBooks Database Server Manager failed to start error

Following is the list of factors that prompt the error:

  1. Windows Firewall is outdated and blocking QuickBooks from connecting to the server manager.
  2. There are some network issues or the file you are trying to open is damaged.

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Best Possible Solutions to Tackle QuickBooks Database Server Manager won’t start error

Solution 1. Do a fresh install of QuickBooks Database Server Manage

  1. Tap the Windows and R keys on your keyboard to open the Run prompt box, then type appwiz.cpl within it.
  2. Select OK, then QuickBooks Database Server Manager and click Uninstall/Change.
  3. Next, you need to change the name of the installation folder. To rename, move to your installation folder location and press the Windows + R keys.
  4. Copy the location of the installation folder, paste it in the Run box and tap Enter.
  5. Right-click the installation folder, select the Rename option and change the name of the folder by adding .old at the end.
  6. Once done, download a new setup file of QuickBooks Database Server Manager on your server computer.
  7. Close all running programs on your server manager and then open the Setup_QuickBooks.exe.
  8. Follow the instructions given on the screen and choose Custom or Network Options as the install type.
  9. Click Next, choose the best option for your network setup and select Install.

Solution 2. Eliminate network issues by running QuickBooks File Doctor

  1. Close your data file, quit the QuickBooks Desktop application and go to the Intuit website.
  2. Download the setup file of the latest QuickBooks Tool Hub version from Intuit’s website and save it to your desktop.
  3. From your Windows desktop, open the file and follow the instructions given on the screen.
  4. Finish installing QuickBooks Tool Hub by clicking the agree to the terms and conditions checkbox, then locate the QuickBooks Tool Hub icon on your desktop.
  5. From the desktop, open the QuickBooks Tool Hub and select the Company File Issues tab.
  6. Select Run QuickBooks File Doctor. When the tool opens, scroll down to choose your company file. If you can see the file, click Browse and search the file on your PC.
  7. Once you find the file, click on the Check your File option and enter login credentials.
  8. Select Next to start the tool and wait till it resolves network issues.

If QuickBooks Database Server Manager stopped issue recurs even after implementing the above troubleshooting solutions, place a call on our toll-free number 1.855.738.2784 and consult certified QuickBooks professionals.

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