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When did you quit smoking? Or When have you quit smoking?

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Neither is incorrect, but the first one is much more usual when asking when a past event happened.

You might use the second when talking about events in a person's whole life.

"I have tried several times to quit smoking."

"When have you [ever] tried to quit smoking?"

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