Repair Sage 50 Data Files Using Sage 50 Database Repair Utility

Sage 50 Database Repair

Sage 50 accounting software is business management software that was previously known as the Peachtree Accounting. It is recommended for small as well as a medium scale industry. While working on the software, there are possibilities that your Sage 50 software may crash resulting in some technical or functional error. These errors then damage the data files that are installed in the computer system.

Various reasons that are responsible for the errors occur in the Sage 50 software. Here are some enlisted errors:

  • Issues with Database Engine in Pervasive.
  • Connection is not proper in between data path and network.

Resolutions:

Sage experts have suggested a method through which you can easily repair the Sage 50 Data File. The steps are mentioned below:

Start the Tool

  • Start the tool, so that you can easily extract all the files that are related and will help you to check for the proper working these tools that are mentioned below.
  • Click on the End User License Agreement dialog box that will appear on your system.
  • Click on Agree option.
  • Select any one from the three options that appears on your computer screen:
  1. Remove Pervasive
  2. Install Pervasive
  3. Create New Local Data Path

Method I: Remove Pervasive

  • Uninstall the Pervasive from your computer system.
  • You should be logged in to your system as the Administrator.
  • Make sure that all the other users are not logged in the system.
  • Close your Sage 50 software.
  • Start Remove Pervasive Utility.

Method II: Install Pervasive

  • Press the Install Pervasive Utility option and run it.
  • You should be logged in to your system as the Administrator.
  • All your issues will be resolved by this utility.
  • You should now re-install the latest version of Sage 50 Service Release.

Method III: Creating a New Local Data Path

With this utility, you can easily create a Sage 50 data path. You can carry out this process with the help of “factory default files”. Here are the steps below:

  • Confirm the location required for new data path.
  • With the feature, Company to Copy option to move the complete directory from the older data path to the newly created path.
  • With the Manage INI Files you can to move back to the original path.
  • Go to original data path.
  • Select the Make Active option.
  • Press Close option.
  • You should now re-install the latest version of Sage 50 Service Release.

 

With the solution mentioned above, you can easily rectify your Sage 50 issue. Even after using the Sage 50 Database Repair utility, your issue still persists then you should seek help from the “SageSupportNumber”. They are a technical support Sage consultancy. To connect with them, call on their 24*7 available Sage customer support number 1 (844) 857 4846.

 

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