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Call QuickBooks POS Support to learn the ways to fix QuickBooks POS Error 140025

When attempting to connect to the QuickBooks desktop, you can experience a QuickBooks POS Error 140025 while operating the report or a financial exchange at the QuickBooks Point of Sale. This error code can be encountered as:  Error code 140025: Point of Sale was unable to access your company file for QuickBooks Financial Software. We will address the causes and measures to solve this problem in this article.

For any help or information related to QuickBooks, feel free to dial our QuickBooks point of sale number to get support from our experts.

Some causes of the QuickBooks Point of sale Error code140025

  • It’s not open for QuickBooks Desktop
  • QuickBooks Desktop is available, but it does not define the company file.
  • In QuickBooks Desktop, the Preference window opens
  • The QuickBooks Desktop file listed in the QuickBooks Sales Point is not the correct file for the company.

Efficient steps to correct POS error 140025 in QuickBooks

Phase 1: Ensure the upgrade of QB POS and QB Desktop to the new version

  • Close Desktop and Point of Sale for QuickBooks
  • Go to the Download and Update page for QuickBooks
  • Choose your country, product, and version, then
  • Select Find
  • Tap the Get Latest Alerts button (will be available below the download button). Depending on the size of the file and internet speed, it may take some time to download.
  • Click on the downloadable file once it’s downloaded (.exe)
  • If you are wondering, click Yes,
  • Now, follow the on-screen directions to start updating QuickBooks.

Phase 2: Fix the QuickBooks point of sale & QB Desktop

QuickBooks Point of Sale

  • Verify the closure of QuickBooks Point of Sale.
  • To open the Run Command, press the Windows+R keys together,
  • Enter Control and then press OK
  • If you click Programs and Features, go to Programs.
  • Only select the QuickBooks Point of Sale edition from the list of programmes.
  • Click the Fix button on the top of the page.
  • Repairing the QB POS can take some time.

QuickBooks Desktop

  • To open the Run command, press the Windows+R keys together,
  • Enter Control and then press OK
  • Choose Programs by clicking on Programs and Features
  • Then, from the list, select QuickBooks Desktop and press Uninstall. If you are wondering, click Yes,
  • Select Continue
  • Pick Fix and then press Next
  • Click Fix
  • A Files in Use window can be reached by selecting Close automatically and attempting to restart applications and clicking OK
  • Repairing QuickBooks can take some time.
  • Press Finish once the repair process has been completed.

If the same problem still persists, please proceed further with the following methods, after following the two steps above.

Phase 3: Ensure that the right company file in QuickBooks Desktop is open with correct preferences

  1. Open the Right Company File in Desktop QuickBooks
  • Press & hold the Ctrl key and double-click the Desktop QuickBooks button.
  • You will be promoted to the Open No Business Window
  • Only click the file and ensure that the location of the company file is at the bottom of the same window.
  • If the location of the file is wrong, click Open or Restore an Existing Company to open the company file, follow the onscreen instructions.
  1. Ensure the enablement of sales tax
  • Open the Business File
  • Navigate to Edit in that click on Preferences…
  • From the left hand, pick Sales Tax
  • Go to Preferences for Companies
  • Select Yes to turn on the sales tax feature
  1. Verify that the QuickBooks Point of Sale is enabled to run on QuickBooks Desktop
  • Sign in with Admin credentials to the business file
  • Go to Edit to select Preferences in that segment.
  • Select Built-in applications
  • Go to Preferences for Companies
  • Verify that it is not reviewed to allow any applications to access this company file
  1. Make sure you have Inventory allowed
  • Go to Edit by clicking on the Preferences tab.
  • Products & Inventory Pick
  • Go to Preferences for Companies
  • Verify that inventory and purchase orders are active.
  1. Ensure that the correct business file in QuickBooks POS is selected
  • Sign in to the business file
  • Go to Edit, select Interests, then click Business, select Financial, and then click Setup QuickBooks Link Now.
  • Verifying that the relevant company file has been selected

Phase 4: Switching off Preferences for User Account Control(UAC)

  • To open the Run command, press Windows+R
  • Enter Control and then press OK
  • Pick User Accounts, then press User Accounts
  • Click on Change Settings for User Account Access
  • Slide to Never Alert bar
  • Click on OK
  • QuickBooks Point of sale and Desktop Reconnect

Phase 5: Building a New User for Windows

  • Creating a new Windows Admin user is one of the other moves to correct when using QuickBooks POS error code 140025.
  • Right-click the Start key and choose Settings.
  • Choose Accounts
  • Click the Family and Other Users button
  • Select Add Another Someone To This PC
  • To build a new user, follow the on-screen instructions

If you’re a Windows 7 or 8 users, please refer to the development of a new user on the Microsoft website.

 Conclusion:

You will no longer face QuickBooks POS error code 140025 after taking all the above measures, but if the same issue still persists, you can talk to our experts. To get help, dial our QuickBooks Point of sale number. You can also ask us for advice by sending us an email on (support@quickbooksupport.net). You should dial the QuickBooks point of sale number. You can visit our website for more information on QuickBooks at www.quickbooksupport.net.

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