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A lot of valuable financial information is stored in your QuickBooks folder. If you accidentally delete the entire QuickBooks folder or just some of the files contained within the QuickBooks folder, you risk losing important business data. You can recover the data by restoring the deleted QuickBooks folder or files. Windows 8, like Windows 7, does not permanently delete files when you press “Delete.” You can view the files and folders in the Recycle Bin and restore them with just a few mouse clicks.

Third-party Quickbooks recovery tool should be firstly used to recover deleted Quickbooks files with .IIF, .ND, .QBA, .QBB, .QBM, QBW, .QBW file format. If failed, use the full recovery guide to recover lost data with Quickbooks auto data recovery.

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Overview of Quickbooks Data Recovery

Quickbooks is a piece of famous accounting software developed by Intuit, which is widely used by small to medium-sized businesses. Information from Quickbooks is definitely vital and can’t afford to lose. So, always use autosave function every minute or just back up important Quickbooks files regularly.

Some incidents are beyond expectation at times. For example, sudden power outage, system crash, ransomware virus deletes, hides or encrypts Quickbooks files, and you don’t create any backups. What can be immediately done to rescue your lost financial data on Quickbooks?

Download Quickbooks Recovery Tool to Recover Deleted Quickbooks Files

Don’t hesitate to download and install EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard, the highly praised file recovery software that supports file recovery from 500+ file types, including the Quickbooks file formats like .IIF, .ND, .QBA, .QBB, .QBM, .QBW, .QBX and .QBY

Keep In Mind:
Once you deleted files on your USB, SD card or Windows hard drive partition, stop using the device right away.
Turn to a professional file recovery method or tool for help.
Here is a detail and simple deleted file recovery tutorial for you to follow:

Step 1. Run file recovery program.

If you deleted files on an external storage device like SD card, USB or external hard drive, connect it to your computer.
# Run EaseUS file recovery software – Data Recovery Wizard on your PC.
# Select the location – hard drive partition or external storage device where you deleted files.
# Click “Scan” to let the program scan deleted files on the target device.

Step 2. Scan to find deleted files.

# Deleted Files: all deleted files will be listed under this column after the scanning.

Step 3. Restore deleted files

You can double-click to check the found files.
You can also use the timeline to quickly find your recently deleted files.

How to recover lost data with Quickbooks auto data recovery

Starting with QuickBooks 2011 R6 and QuickBooks 2010 R12, Intuit has implemented QuickBooks Auto Data Recovery, a feature that will automatically make a local backup copy of your company file for you. If you have one of the supported versions of QuickBooks you may see an additional folder show up on your computer, with a few new files. This is the QuickBooks Auto Data Recovery folder, and it will show up on its own.

Can I retrieve a deleted invoice in QuickBooks?

Many enterprise-level software suites like NetSuite and Microsoft Dynamics try to convince potential customers that QuickBooks does not have an audit trail. This is incorrect. QuickBooks does have an audit trail and you cannot turn it off! If you have inadvertently deleted in invoice in QuickBooks, don’t worry – the information is saved and you can retrieve it!

To access a deleted invoice:

1.Run the Voided/Deleted Transactions Report by selecting “Reports” and then “Accountant“.
2.From here, you should be able to see the detail of the invoice in question.
3.You can add columns for more information on this report as well.
4.You cannot restore the deleted invoice. You can print out or save the transaction report so that you have the information to re-enter as a new invoice.

How to access the QuickBooks Audit Trail

In the same section of QuickBooks there is also the Audit Trail Report.

This report can be filtered by number or date in order to find the transaction we are looking to recreate. The audit trail gives you two date ranges – the first is for the “transaction date”. The second is the “modified date”. This allows you some flexibility in how to best find the transaction, if you know when it was created, or when it was changed.

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Why You Might Need to Access the QuickBooks Audit Trail

Here is a real world example of a client who benefitted from the QuickBooks Audit Trail.

This Fourlane client is a distributor and maintenance company. They had a glaring balance change in an asset account and had no idea where it came from, or when it had started. Their leadership worried that someone was messing with their books, or they had a potential bug in their system.

They went back and compared balances for 6 months to see where the difference originated, and then reached out for our help. We hopped on a quick LogMeInRescue session so I could look with them. In about 30 seconds we ran the QuickBooks Audit Trail Report for all changes that effected the prior year (meaning the transaction was dated in the prior year) that had been changed in the last week (meaning the date the transaction was created).

It was January so one of the people on the accounting staff had accidentally dated a transaction to January 12th, 2017 instead of 2018. I made sure to show them the closing date as well. We switched the transaction date to the correct year and corrected their balances. In situations like this the QuickBooks Audit Trail is often the easiest way to see who, when, where (and sometimes why) a particular transaction was changed, and rectify it quickly!

If you need assistance accessing your QuickBooks Audit Trail or need an experienced third party to help you with your QuickBooks instance, Fourlane can help!

The QuickBooks Automated Password Removal Service is not always successful in resetting the QuickBooks Administrator password. If your Intuit Account information or Password Reset Code is rejected or you otherwise encounter odd errors, then please restart QuickBooks completely and try filling out the form again. If you are still unable to reset your QuickBooks Administrator password even after restarting QuickBooks, you will need to contact Intuit Support for further assistance.

Note that HarborCloud has no control over or ability to alter any QuickBooks users’ credentials or permissions. Please do not contact HarborCloud to reset the QuickBooks Administrator password, as we are powerless to do so. Instead, call Intuit Support using the number below:

If you click on “History by Account,” you’ll see the screen below. (The “Undo” option is something only the accountant can do. You will not be able to see it.)

When we click to view the report, the screenshot below is what we see. This report can get very long, so you can check the “Hide additional information” box, in order to only see data up to the statement ending date. This will help you visually so you don’t get confused with transactions dated past the date you are trying to reconcile to.

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