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Old 07-27-2009, 10:52 AM
Padma Padma is offline
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3140 error code

StatusCode 3140:There is an invalid reference to QuickBooks tax vendor "Sales Tax New York" in the ItemSalesTax. QuickBooks error message: To change tax agency, you must switch to single-user mode.
Sales Tax New York already exists in quickbooks but still the error arises
can you please suggest what are the causes for this error code?

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Old 07-27-2009, 12:52 PM
RobJoy RobJoy is offline
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This, and your other two error codes sound like QB should be closed by everyone except one user on the server (or whichever PC has the QB company file). Change to single user mode, then File - Utilities - Verify, rebuild if prompted. It seems to have got its lists in a muddle - did someone have to force a PC shutdown or something, while they had QB open?
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Old 09-06-2009, 11:18 PM
inpulatelmila inpulatelmila is offline
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3140 error code

Running Leopard on Intel MccBook. Get Error Code -10810 when I try to open apps. At first, only TextEdit affected, then iTunes, then other apps, finally Safari.

A Restart returned the ability to open apps, but this has been happening for a week.

Cant find what Error Code -10810 means. Does anyone know?
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