QuickBooks Corrupt Files Error Messages

Veritas Backup Exec 9.0 for Windows Servers revision 4454
These error messages appear when Backup Exec attempts to backup these two
OPEN files.

WARNING: "D:\QuickBooks\YourCompanyName.QBI" is a corrupt file.
This file cannot verify.
WARNING: "D:\QuickBooks\YourCompanyName.QBW" is a corrupt file.
This file cannot verify.
WARNING: "YourCompanyName.QBI" is a corrupt file.
This file cannot verify.
WARNING: "YourCompanyName.QBW" is a corrupt file.
This file cannot verify.

QuickBooks offers the following information on backups to tape.
http://www.quickbooks.com/support/fa...03/200756.html

"Tape. There are several guidelines to keep in mind when choosing to use
tape backups:
1. QuickBooks Technical Support cannot offer instruction on using tape to
back up your data.
2. Tape media copies files, and does not use the QuickBooks Backup feature.
Usually, many or all files on the computer are copied to the tape, not just
QuickBooks data files. Because files are copied, you will not see a .qbb
backup file on the tape, but a .qbw copy of your file, instead. To use the
copy, do not use the QuickBooks Restore feature. Follow the instructions
provided with the tape media to retrieve a file.
3. It is important to frequently test the backup and restore process to make
sure QuickBooks files are included on the tape, and that they are usable.

4. Be sure that you know how to retrieve a file before discontinuing use
of other backup media.
5. The QuickBooks Data Recovery Service cannot recover information from tape
media."

Possible Resolutions for your consideration:
Preferred: Make sure the QuickBooks users have closed the QuickBooks database
file(s) prior to the scheduled launch of the backup job. This will permit
the capture of the QBI & QBW files.

Alternative: Have one of the users enter Single-User mode when all users
are finished for the day and create a QuickBooks backup file (QBB) in the
same (or another) QuickBooks subdirectory. Then exclude the QBI & QBW files
from the backup job.