Fatal Error in Intuit Statement Writer

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Hello buddy I have been facing problem that in opening the Intuit Statement Writer I am getting the error of type fatal as so I cannot be accessed to it and the error is as
Unable to open statement: Fsd.common.fsdsdkexception
 
Kindly help me in fixing this issue.

Thank You.

Fatal Error 
Unable to open statement: Fsd.Common.FsdSdkException: Unable to open connection to Quickbooks.—>
System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80040402):
Unexpected error. Check the "qbsdklog.txt" file for possible additional information.
at Interop.QBXMLRP2.RequestProcessor2Class.BeginSession(StringqbFileName, QBFileMode reqFileMode)
at Fsd.Common.QBAccess.QBSdk.Open()
—End of inner exception stack race —
at Fsd.Common.QBAccess.QBSdk.Open()
at Fsd.Common.QBAccess.QBSdk.SendRequest(String request)
at Fsd.Common.QBAccess.QBDataAccess.a(StringA_O)
at Fsd.Common.QBAccess.QBDataAccess.GetQuickBooksInfo()
at Fsd.Statement.ThisWorkbook.ThisWorkbook_Startup(Objectsender, EventArgs e)
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Answered By 0 points N/A #154372

Fatal Error in Intuit Statement Writer

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          There are some causes of this problem. Errors are cause by operating system version, or user type when you access the application. If you are running in windows 7 and you have copy of QuickBooks which is for accountant’s copy, you will get that error. You must log in as administrator. For user type, if you are external accountant you will get this error.

 For those errors, you need to restore a copy of company file where your company files are stored. If this solution doesn’t work, you can ask technical supports from Quick books community site which will be the best help for you.

Answered By 574100 points N/A #310420

Fatal Error in Intuit Statement Writer

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That’s a fatal error, meaning, the error is so severe that it cannot continue running and needs to close with errors. This can happen when you run a program on an unsupported environment or there is a change in the components it supports. If you receive this error when running Intuit Statement Writer, check the program’s system requirements and verify that it supports your system.

Also, since the application is linked to QuickBooks, make sure you are running the supported version of QuickBooks. On the other hand, if you recently upgraded QuickBooks to the latest, you probably need to upgrade your Intuit Statement Writer to the latest version as well.

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