Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Precise fixes to counter QuickBooks Error 1310

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Discrepancies the accounting data are a nightmare for any business, which can affect tax submission and other official legalities. QuickBooks comes to the rescue for small business owners as their virtual accountant to handle the bookkeeping. The software is fully packed with user-friendly features & trustable services. Despite this, QuickBooks can sometimes malfunction because of random errors that can occur while the software runs on your PC. QuickBooks Error 1310 develops during the update or installation of the software. If your system is also affected by this error, keep reading the blog to discover the causes of its occurrence and the appropriate methods to counter it.

Get this issue resolved with the help of a QB support team available at 1-855-856-0042.

About the issue

This installation or update error develops in the software when the software fails to edit the data in some program file. As soon as the file turns unresponsive or the software is not able to access it for adding data, the software screens an error message, “Error writing to file C:\Program Files\Intuit\QuickBooks 20xx\BusinessObjectProvider.dll”. The ongoing update or installation process will terminate mid-way, and the software will likely shut down unexpectedly. You’ll have to eliminate this error from your PC before updating it again.

Recommended to read: How to fix QuickBooks Error 17337

Reasons

The causes for this error in QuickBooks can be one of the following-

  • The Windows Installer is struggling to run and has stopped responding.
  • Windows components required for the software installation are corrupted or missing from your PC.
  • The Install/update file you are using has been damaged due to data loss during the download.

Solutions

The methods to get rid of this error are given below-

Solution 1- Grant Administrator access to the Windows Installer

The software might face issues due to Windows Installer failing in the background. This can be due to restrictions in accessing the required files or interruptions from another program running on your computer. You can prevent this from happening by following the steps given below-

  1. Go to the search panel on your taskbar.
  2. Type ‘cmd’ and wait for the search results.
  3. Right-click on the ‘cmd’ icon and select Run as Administrator.
  4. When the command prompt opens, type icacls “C:\Config,Msi/T/C/grant administrators:F.
  5. Tap Enter to close the command prompt.
  6. Try installing/updating QuickBooks again.

If the issues are still present, move on to the next method.

Solution 2- Register the Windows Installer again

The Windows Installer may repeatedly crash in the background, causing the installation to fail. You can fix the Issues in the Windows Installer by following the steps given below-

  1. Go to the search panel, type msicexec /unreg in the search field, and press Enter.
  2. Type msiexec /regserver again in the search panel and tap Enter.
  3. Try to install QuickBooks again on your PC.

The issue will be fixed, and the software will successfully install on your PC.

Conclusion

This brings us to the end of this blog that gives information about. QuickBooks Error 1310. You read about the triggers of this error and the procedures to eliminate them from your PC. We hope the issue is fixed and QuickBooks is now installed on your computer.

If you need help with any more problems, contact a QB support team at 1-855-856-0042.

Also read: QuickBooks Error PS107: An Effective Troubleshooting Guide

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