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I have spoken to Sage, they say they use MS San Serif and have said they test all their data on small screens. I have a 24" screen and have to change the dpi to 160 in order to read my data, all menus and headings are in a bigger font to start with, so these main set items have not got a problem. I have checked that I have MS San Serif installed. I can not keep changing my font dpi everytime I use Sage as it affects all other programmes which become too large to use. Have dowloaded latest drivers for screen and still no luck. Anyone got any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are unable to logon to Sage you can try deleting the Queue.dta file. All users MUST be logged out of Sage and Sage should not be running. Sage will recreate the queue.dta file when it is restarted. The Queue.dta file can be found in the ACCDATA folder for the Sage Company Data that is experiencing the problem.
Note that the "Username already in use" message from Sage can occur if Sage wasn't shut down tidily for that users session. If you are sure that the user is not actually logged in it's OK to allow Sage to clear the session and log in.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
You cant, if you change the windows display font size this will make some of the fonts bigger in Sage but not all and may make some areas of the program unreadable
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
Was getting the same error for version 12. On the cd there is a support folder. In that there is an installs folder. I installed jet, mdac and the xml parser (probably not necessary) and the next install worked OK.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
We had same problem. Our solution:
1. Empty both the 'accdata' and the 'criteria' folders.
2. Start Sage.
3. Restore a previous backup.
This worked for us. Hope it helps you.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
We got round this by installing each program on a separate partition. Use the 'Custom Install' option when you install the second program. You only need to change the first letter from 'C' to whatever the new drive letter is. Leave the rest the same.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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on Dec 16, 2011 | Apple Computers & Internet
1. Open the
A) Click on All
Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and System Restore.
2. Open the Control Panel (All Items View).
A) Click on the Recovery icon.
B) Click on the Open System Restore button.
A 'System Restore' window will appear. Here you will have to check
"Restore computer to an earlier time'
A) Click on the Next button
Now you will find a window with Dates, Description and Type,
Note: It is better if you could remember from which date you are
facing the issue, try to select a date prior to that date.
The detail of that particular date should show "System
Checkpoint" and time on the right hand side box. Select that date.
Now, Click on Next and System Restore will start. Click on the Finish button and windows will take a reboot.
on Nov 02, 2011 | Microsoft Computers & Internet
Possible interruption to customer load due to Photo Flashes. While testing a new service, we hope to be offering soon, the Dallas based engineering department has discovered that the use of a flash camera in or around the UPS may cause a fault in the unit that could result in the loss of power to the critical load. We have noticed two different scenarios: 1. While taking a picture of the inside of a running unit in the test lab, the flash affected the firmware,
resulting in a lock up. The unit did not transfer, it just shut off! 2. At an actual customer site, prior to doing a PM on a number of units, we wanted to test the new Thermal cam. Part of the test involves taking a digital photo. Upon turning the digital camera on while standing next to a UPS, the RF of the flash charge circuit was enough to interrupt the inverter drives. Fortunately, the unit did successfully transfer to bypass, but only after the loss of a few fuses.
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