If you are having trouble using QuickBooks, you may encounter the error “Quickbooks failed to load license data.” If this occurs, the cause could be a missing file, a corrupt log file, or security software blocking the application from loading the license data. To solve this error, follow these steps. Here are a few suggestions for troubleshooting the error and resolving the problem. Once you’ve resolved this problem, you can install QuickBooks again and begin using it.
Try to reinstall
To fix the error, first try reinstalling QuickBooks. It may help to install a fresh copy of the software, if you have it. If this fails, try reinstalling the software. The process may be taking a while, so make sure you have enough time to finish it. If it doesn’t work, you can follow these instructions to fix QuickBooks error 3371. If the problem persists, you can also try reinstalling the program using the Clean Install Tool.
If these steps fail, you can try to fix the problem manually. If you are unable to connect to the Internet, try cloning your hard drive. This will allow you to transfer your QuickBooks to another computer. However, if you don’t have an external hard drive, you can clone the hard drive and register the program on a new computer. If this method doesn’t work, you can try resetting the browser’s settings.