Sage, an accounting and payroll software for businesses and multinational organizations occasionally crashes. If you’re encountering this problem, follow the steps given in this article.
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Change Data Compression Settings
Go to the Sage settings and reindex your files. Compress all files except those listed below.
- Open the Sage.
- Click the File menu.
- Select Maintenance | Reindex.
- In the new dialog that opens, check-up the corresponding boxes to reindex the company, customer and supplier delivery addresses.
- Click the OK button.
- A confirmation prompt is now shown on your screen. Click Yes.
- Click Compress Now.
- Check-up all boxes except the following:
- Bank Accounts
- Audit Trail
- Nominal Ledger
- Purchase Ledger
- Sales Ledger
- Click the Compress button.
- Click OK and then exit the window.
Add as DEP Exception
Data Execution Prevention is the most criticized feature for its conflicts with installed apps although it is improved time-to-time.
- Right-click This PC icon.
- Select Properties.
- Click Advanced system settings.
- Click Advanced.
- Click Settings (Performance).
- Click Data Execution Prevention.
- Select Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select.
- Click Add.
- Locate the following file:
- C:\Program Files (x86)\Sage\Accounts\Sage.exe
- Click OK | OK.
Disable Conflicting Service
Conflicting services can cause the problem of Sage crashes. You might want to disable a known incompatible service and reboot.
- Type Services.msc in the Search Box on your Taskbar.
- Open the Services tool from the Search Results.
- It opens up a new window. Scroll down the list.
- Right-click the Tablet PC Input Service.
- Select Properties.
- Select the Startup type: Disabled.
- Click Apply, and then OK.
- Restart your computer.
Delete Corrupt Positions
Change the Registry parameters and delete the corrupted entries.
- Type RegEdit in the Search Box on your Taskbar.
- Open the RegEdit from the Search Results.
- Locate the following subkey:
- HKEY_CURRENT_USER | SOFTWARE | Peachtree | Version | <Release #>
- Right-click the Positions subkey, select Delete.
- Click Yes in the confirmation prompt.
- Exit the window, restart your computer.
Disable the UAC
UAC stands for User Account Control, a security feature. Temporarily disable it and re-run the application again.
- Type User account control in the Search Box.
- Open the Change User Account Control Settings from the Search Results.
- Move the slider to the bottom.
- Click OK.