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When it comes to safe and quick accounting, QuickBooks is the solution. It has become evident over years that there is a high need to keep up with the trends and the faster corporate world, and thus, this QB Software has been considered the widely used software. From simple calculations to complex algorithms, the QuickBooks Software has it all. But it does get prone to errors sometimes and the common one is QuickBooks Error Code 193 which creates trouble for the user.

You may see the following error message when it occurs:

Error 193:0xc1 Windows could not start the QuickBooks DBXX service on Local Computer

Services: Windows could not start the QuickBooks DBXX service on Local Computer.

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Causes Behind QuickBooks Error 193

The fixation of QB error 193 can only be possible once you know the reasons behind to it. When this error occurs, your system receives a pop up message- ‘Error- 193 Primary key for dept keywords is not unique’. This pop up appears every time you try to send a mailbag from headquarters to remote store.

The error can occur because of the following reasons:

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Troubleshooting for Store Exchange Errors (193, 175305, 175411 and 175414)

Follow the given steps instructed below in order to fix these error codes. If you have any problems while following the instruction, our technical support for QuickBooks error codes is always available to assist you.

Solution 1:

Focusing on the Remote Store, these steps send a mailbag to headquarters and receive the same:

  • First of all, go to Customer > Customer List.
  • Now, choose the names and delete them (if you wish to choose more than one customer, then you can click on first one with Shift key pressed and click on the last name.

Solution 2:

  • Go to Point of Sale
  • Click on Help > Software Updates > Check for Updates
  • Now, retry the storage exchange

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Solution 3:

This solution focuses on deleting the .qbt files in both the Headquarters and Remote store. Now create a new remote .qbt file.

Step 1: Delete the .qbt files at Headquarters
  • You can do the same by following the path on your Windows OS: C:/Program Data/ Intuit/ QuickBooks Point of Sale x.x / STex
  • Check all the folders and if you find any .qbt files there, then delete them.
Step 2: At the Remote Store
  • Type .qbt in the search box
  • Delete the .qbt files which you find in result
  • Now, close the windows and also empty the recycle bin.
Step 3: Create a new remote file
  • Choose Files > Company Operations > Create New Company
  • Type Company Name> Choose Remote Store> Fill the store number
  • Resend the mailbag from Headquarters to Remote Store

Note: Following troubleshooting steps are only for Windows OS, which is not an Intuit product. So, If you are not comfy with these steps on your own, Intuit suggests you speak with your computer’s manufacturer or an IT specialist.

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Final Note

The above given three solutions will help in resolving the QuickBooks error code 193. If you are facing any difficulty while following these steps, in this process, you can contact our QuickBooks Point of Sale support experts at 1-844-405-0907.


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