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Hi there i've just been given the job of backing up files from sage line 50,which our company has decided to rule 'too old' and wants sage08 used instead.The problem is there isn't a proper accountant available and i have no idea how to go about this.Please any help would be appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Restoring Sage back up file
All the back files that was created is on that other machine even while you may think its on that disk in theory YES but physically NO. Thats why you got this: Error message keeps coming up which is: programfiles\sage\accounts\company.001attachments\nominal\1200\statements\288.pdf Just one more try the disk you used look on it if it has the 288.pdf file you may be able to read it from the PDF software and then recreate it in the sage financial creater?
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
SOURCE: Sage 50 Accounts 2008
I think I got the solution for you ...
User Name is Already in Use / Cannot Access YYY because XXX is logged in
Typically, when you get this message you will be asked if you want to remove the user from the request list. If you are asked this question, simply answer Yes and you'll be able to continue.
An alternative solution is to go in the data folder for your sage data (the default folder for versions prior to 14 is c:\program files\sage\accounts\accdata for v14, the folder is c:\documents and settings\all users\application data\sage\accounts\2008\company.000\accdata on XP and c:\programdata\sage\accounts\2008\company.000\accdata. In the data folder, you will find a file called QUEUE.DTA - delete the file and you should be able to get back into Line 50. If you have a multi user version of Line 50, you should only delete this file if you are sure that no-one else is using Line 50.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Do you have the multiple company license?
if so, you should be asked at startup to select a company, even if you have only one company set up.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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