QuickBooks error 3371 is caused by a configuration error on the desktop computer, or when QuickBooks attempts to activate. QuickBooks error code 3371 can also be caused by damaged company files.
The QuickBooks error 3371 may be displayed with the following error messages:
Could not initialize licence properties It could be due to damaged files.
What is the reason for QuickBooks error 3371?
The file component is damaged.
QBregistration.dat file is damaged.
MSXML component damaged
QuickBooks may be blocked by antivirus
It is possible that .QBO files are not saved.
How do I get QuickBooks error 3317 fixed?
Method 1: Update Windows OS.
After pressing Windows, select All programs.
Click on the Windows Update icon.
Click on Install QuickBooks to install the updates.
Method 2: Delete ECML-related files.
To open the run windows, press windows+ R.
Type C:\ProgramData\Intuit\Entitlement Client\v8 and click Ok.
Find the ecml file, and click the delete button for Error 3371.
Register the product
Method 3: Installing Windows updates
Click the Start button.
Click on the Programs tab.
Click on the update button.
Click on the Update tab to check for the most recent updates.
Method 4: Use QuickBooks tool hub.
Install the QuickBooks tool hub first.
Choose Quick fix my program from the QuickBooks tool hub.
Open QuickBooks, and then open the data file.
Looking for QuickBooks error 3371?
QuickBooks error 3371 occurs when QuickBooks can’t load the licence data.
QuickBooks error 3371:
QuickBooks component damaged
Qbregistration.dat file damaged
To resolve QuickBooks error 3371:Status Code 11118:
Use QuickBooks file doctor tool.
Delete the ECML files and rename entitlement files.
Connect with QuickBooks Enterprise Support at 1-888-485-0289. We provide additional assistance in fixing error 3371.
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