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    Here are some simple troubleshooting steps for QuickBooks error code 80070057
    Solution 1: Updating QuickBooks to the latest version.
    Solution 2: Perform a clean installation of QuickBooks.
    Solution 3: Evaluate the Company file name extension.
    Solution 4: Configure the BitDefender.
    Solution 5: Find your company file to the default location.

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    Method 1: Open up company file properly
    If you open the company file correctly, then this error code can be avoided. Thus, the very first method is to open the company file correctly. The steps involved in this process are as follows:

    Start off with opening the QuickBooks desktop.
    Furthermore, choose the company file.
    Last but not the least, click on open option.
    The point to be noted here is that, if the file is located on a remote system, then make sure to learn the process to access it correctly.

    Method 2: Move the company file to default location
    Another method is to move the company file to the default location. In case the company file is saved on a different location, then you need to move it to the default location. The steps involved in this process are as follows:

    To begin with, close your QuickBooks desktop.
    Browse to the location of the company file.
    Hit a right click on the company file, followed by selecting copy option.
    Browse to the default location, along with that, right click and select paste. The location to be selected is: C:/Users/Public/PublicDocuments/Intuit/QuickBooks/Company Files.
    Once done with that, open QuickBooks desktop along with that select find a company file.
    Followed by, selecting local drives, and then spot the company file name.
    Last but not the least, choose the correct company files and then click on open.

    Method 3: Download and run QuickBooks file doctor tool
    If the above two methods didn’t work for you, then in that case you can download and run the QuickBooks file doctor tool. The steps involved in this case are as follows:

    First step in this process is to close the QuickBooks desktop.
    Download QuickBooks Tool Hub file, and then save it to the system.
    Once done with that, you need to double click the QuickBooksToolHub.exe file to open it. And follow the on-screen instructions to install and agree to the terms and conditions.
    Double click the icon and open the QuickBooks tool hub.
    Go for the company file issues tab.
    Followed by, selecting run QuickBooks file doctor.
    Now select the company file from the drop down menu, in file doctor.
    If you are unable to find the company file and then choose Browse and search option to find the company file.
    Choose the check your file option and then click on continue option.
    Moving ahead, enter the QuickBooks admin password, followed by selecting the next option.
    The final step in the process is to open QuickBooks and the company file to check whether the issue has been resolved.

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