Re: Get support for QuickBooks error 3371
A few common fixes that users generally come up with then trying to fix any error include:
Following what the error pop-up says – this won’t be any good here especially if you’re in a hurry. Reinstalling everything takes a lot of time and the error message doesn’t really specify if you’re supposed to do a clean install where you have to first uninstall the existing program, run the QuickBooks Clean Install tool, and then reinstall the program. Or not?
Contacting Support – that would just take you to a generic support page, not a help article. Plus, you’ll be required to jump through several hoops like selecting the proper product version, consulting Intuit Community Forums, etc. When you’re struggling with an error and looking for a solution quickly, all of these can seem rather frustrating.
So instead of wasting time on fixes that won’t work most of the time, follow these steps to fix error 3371 QuickBooks:
On your keyboard, hold down the Windows key and press R. That’ll open the Run
In that window enter C:\ProgramData\Intuit\Entitlement Client\v8 (or the appropriate location on your system where QuickBooks saves entitlement information) and then click OK. This will open Windows Explorer at that location.
Note: This should work with QuickBooks products from 2013 through 2016
Locate the ecml file, right-click on it and select Delete to delete it.
Close this window and then re-run QuickBooks. You will be asked to register the product again