The following are the causes of QuickBooks Desktop Error 2000 when attempting to access the company file or online banking:

How to Quickly Fix the 2000 QuickBooks Error?

The majority of QuickBooks customers encounter problems when conducting online banking in QuickBooks as a result of mistakes made by users during the setup of banking and QuickBooks on Windows. One such problem that might display in both the QuickBooks Desktop and Online versions of the software while attempting to access online banking is QuickBooks Error 2000. The error message “QuickBooks is unable to verify the financial institution information for this download” is displayed occasionally when error 2000 also manifests itself while opening the company file in QuickBooks Desktop. By following the troubleshooting guidelines provided in this article, you may rapidly fix the issue without endangering your vital QuickBooks data. Read the story through to the end for all the details.

What is Error 2000 in QuickBooks?

A banking mistake in QuickBooks called error 2000 may result in the following error messages:

All of the aforementioned error warnings are brought on by problems with the server and remote network or corruption in some essential QuickBooks application files. In the following section of this article, we’ll examine the errors’ underlying causes and possible fixes for them.

Causes of the 2000 QuickBooks Desktop Error

The following are the causes of QuickBooks Desktop Error 2000 when attempting to access the company file or online banking:

  1. You are attempting to access your online banking account in QuickBooks with the wrong login information.
  2. Your request to access the information kept on the banking servers is not being fulfilled by the online banking servers.
  3. Your online banking account has been deactivated for whatever reason, therefore QuickBooks is unable to confirm its legitimacy.
  4. Your internet banking credentials need to be verified once more by QuickBooks.
  5. The most recent upgrades are not available for QuickBooks Desktop.
  6. QB Error 2000 is also brought on by corrupt QuickBooks.ini files.

The Best Ways to Fix QuickBooks Error 2000

Solution 1: Verify your Banking Login Credentials

  • Visit the website for your online baking business and attempt to log in.
  • Open a text file and enter your login information if you receive an error message saying your credentials are insufficient.
  • Make sure you are accurately entering your login information, and turn off Caps Lock.
  • If you see an error even after providing the correct login information, click the forgot login id/password link and attempt to reset your password.
  • Try using the new login information to access QuickBooks’ online banking after changing the login name and password.

Solution 2: Verify that your Online Banking is still active

  • To check for notifications, log into your banking account through a browser.
  • If you ever receive a notification requesting more information in order to continue using online banking, fill out the form and reactivate your account.
  • Try to access the company file data by opening QuickBooks. In the event that you continue to receive the QB Error 2000, proceed to the next troubleshooting step.

Solution 3: Recreate QuickBooks .ini File

  • On the desktop screen of your computer, press Windows and E to launch Windows File Manager.
  • Navigate to the QuickBooks Folder on the c drive.
  • Make sure that Show Hidden Windows Files is selected in the Windows settings.
  • Locate the QBWUSER.ini file on your computer.
  • To add, simply right-click the file.
  • The file name should conclude with OLD.
  • For the DataStore.ecml file, use the same procedures.
  • Restart QuickBooks if you can.

Solution 4: Update QuickBooks Desktop Application

Follow our article How to Update QuickBooks Desktop for comprehensive information on updating QuickBooks.

The above-mentioned troubleshooting techniques should assist you in fixing QuickBooks problem 2000. However, if the issue has not been resolved and you continue to experience QB Online Error 2000, call our customer service line at +1 (800) 443-6819 for immediate assistance.