Fix the QuickBooks Error 80029c4a - Error Loading Type Library/DLL

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  1. EllieJ1

    EllieJ1 Bit Poster

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    Run reboot.bat file to fix the error
    QuickBooks error code 80029c4a can be very much annoying. Therefore, you can fix the error by running the reboot.bat file. The steps involved in this process are as follows:

    · The very first step is to close the QuickBooks desktop.

    · Once done with that, the user is required to open the folder that contains reboot.bat file.

    · After that, right-click the QuickBooks desktop icon, and then select the Properties option.

    · Moving to the next step, the user is required to click on the Open file location option.

    · Now, right-click reboot.bat file and then select the option stating Run as system Administrator.

    · The next step in the process is to ensure that you are running the reboot bat file as the Windows Administrator.

    · Make sure that you do not close the window that appears on the screen, as this would turn off the reboot.bat file utility once it gets completed.

    · And the final step is to reboot the system.
     
  2. PeterG30

    PeterG30 Bit Poster

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    QuickBooks Error Code 80029c4a is an unexpected error that mainly occurs when a user tries to open QuickBooks or a company file. Also, this error can occur when a company file has been damaged or corrupted. This error is also known as a run-time error and it is caused due to many factors. Know the possible causes as well as troubleshooting steps below.

    Causes of QuickBooks Error 80029c4a:
    • The QuickBooks desktop file/files are corrupted, missing, or damaged.
    • This error code generally occurs when a company file has been corrupted or unable to locate when users try to open their software.
    • Your antivirus defender has incorrectly marked a QB Desktop file as being infected with several Trojans or Malicious.
    • There is corruption in the Windows registry.
    Solution: Run the Reboot.bat file
    • First, close your QuickBooks desktop.
    • Now open the folder which you want to reboot.bat file.
    - Give one right click on the icon labeled as QuickBooks Desktop.
    - Now select Properties.
    - Hit a single click on Open File Location.
    • Right click the reboot.bat file and select as Run as System Administrator.
    • Make sure that you run reboot.bat as the Windows Administrator.
    • This depends on the window folder options settings file that shows as bat, reboot or reboot.bat
    • Don't close the window that appeared as manually. (This will open a blank window by scrolling features). This will close when your reboot.bat utility is completed.
    • At last, restart your computer.
    This May Help,
    Peter
     

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