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Sage 50 File System Errors Due to Loss of Network Connection

Sage 50 File System Errors Due to Loss of Network Connection

Some files on Sage 50 occasionally stop reacting for some reason. You check that the same files may have been active some time ago. To be able to troubleshoot the file error properly you need to find out the reason behind it. You need to make sure that you get to the root of the error so that you can easily perform all the methods below. Here we are listing some Sage 50 file system errors, their causes, and solutions.

Common causes of sage file system error:

  • The server request has timed out in the workstation.
  • The network router is unplugged
  • A network connection is failed or not performing.
  • Network cable damage
  • Pervasive file corrupt/damaged
  • Server problem between application and software.
  • The Active Persistent state of Pervasive or Actian PSQL is invalid.
  • User account control is enabled
  • The file is in read-only mode.

File System Errors in Sage 50—U.S. Edition


Sage 50 File system error 3

What are the causes?

  • Ending process on w3dbsmgr.exe while Sage 50—U.S. Edition is running
  • Stopping Actian Database while Sage 50 is running
  • Drop-in network connection in a wireless setting
  • Wrongly set sharing and security permissions
  • Error received after installing Service Release
  • The computer goes to sleep mode while the application is open, which breaks the connection
  • Damaged userpref.dat file

What are the Solutions?

  • Clicking Okay and opening the company
  • Network Connection Breakage
  • Pervasive Related Issues
  • Improperly set sharing permissions
  • Delete all PTL files
  • The computer enters sleep mode
  • Damaged Userpref.dat file

Sage 50 File system error 100

What are the causes?

Some of the reasons behind Sage 50 File System Error 100 are given below:

  • The file is Read Only.
  • Pervasive is not running as a service but as an application
  • The pervasive file has been damaged somehow, Pervasive Cache is not large enough
  • The file has been damaged somehow and the program cannot change it
  • The program was not installed inside of a 32 Windows Program Path
  • The damaged files belong to a specific company directory
  • Enable User Account Control.

What are the Solutions?

  • File attribute is set to Read Only
  • UAC is enabled
  • Stop and restart Pervasive service
  • Reboot the computer
  • Remove Pervasive and reinstall
  • Rebuild the data path
  • Expendable file cleanup
  • Damaged files
  • The program was installed in the incorrect directory

Sage 50 file system Error 3000

What are the causes?

There are two reasons for this error:

  • When you reach Sage 50, there is an interruption and eventually loss of space between the server and the workstation.
  • While the client is waiting for a response from the server on the workstation, the network suffers from time-outs.

What are the Solutions?

Follow the below steps to fix the 3000 error code.

  • Establish Sage 50 and follow the action again.
  • If the error persists, start the pervasive again after shutting it down.
  • If you are working in a multi-user condition, then you require to complete this action on the server computer.
  • All the other workstations must be closed while this action is shown off on the server computer.
  • Move to the related resources section and learn how to stop or start the Pervasive service.

Sage 50 File system error 3004

What are the causes?

Some possible reasons for Sage 50 file system error 3004 have:

  • The system is unable to communicate with the network
  • Failure of connectivity between the server and the workstation
  • The program is meddling with by anti-virus, firewall, or any other software running in the background. 
  • The Server being rebooted
  • NIC (Network Interface Cards) sending junk data
  • NIC going into a hibernation mode
  • Network line damage

What are the Solutions?

  • Restart Pervasive/Actian
  • Restarting Sage 50 and Systems
  • Repairing Damaged Files

Sage 50 File system error 3006

What are the causes?

Various factors can cause Sage 50 file system error 3006. Among these are:

  • Unfinished installation of Sage 50 Accounting software.
  • A virus or malware infection that has influenced Windows files.
  • Corrupt Windows registry.
  • Lost or accidental removal of files or folders belonging to Sage 50.

What are the Solutions?

  • Check and mend All Corrupt Registry Entries
  • Do a Full Malware Scan
  • Clear All Junk Files and Folders
  • Restore Your Computer to the recent System Restore Point
  • Re-index Company File
  • Do a Clean Windows Installation

Sage 50 File system error 3008

What are the causes?

  • Loss of network connection between workstation and server while running Sage 50 software.
  • Time-out on the network while the workstation/client is waiting for a response from the server/host computer.

What are the solutions?

  • Restart Actian
  • Uninstall and reinstall Actian
  • Preventing the error
  • Repairing damage caused by the error

Sage 50 File system error 3010

What are the causes?

Following are some other reasons behind the file system error:

  • Loss of network connection between server and PC.
  • Networks that work wirelessly.
  • The server is being restarted.
  • The network interface card (NIC) is being switched to hibernation mode.
  • The network router has been disconnected.
  • Network timeout while the customer or system is waiting for a reply from the server.

What are the solutions?

  • Resume the Pervasive
  • Troubleshooting the error
  • Run a repair on sage over the server
  • Disable the IPv6

Sage 50 File system error 3014

What are the causes?

Below are the causes of Sage 50 file system error 3014 in detail:

  • Connection loss between client and server.
  • A server taking a too long time to reply.
  • Scaling heavy network traffic.
  • Influenced by malware & virus.
  • Disable NIC (Network Interface Card) sleep setting.
  • Using a poor wireless network.
  • Unfinished installation.
  • False or wrong entries left in windows registry.
  • Important file or folder delete or removed accidentally.

What are the solutions?

  • Rename files
  • Prevent and Start the Pervasive service
  • Uninstall and Reinstall Actian (formerly Pervasive)
  • Accessing Sage 50 via Remote Session

Sage 50 File system error 3020

What are the causes?

  • Network connection loss between workstation and server while running Sage.
  • Time-out over the network when the workstation/client is waiting for a response from the server/host computer.

What are the solutions?

  • Restart Actian
  • Uninstall and reinstall Actian
  • Preventing the error
  • Repairing damage caused by the error

Sage 50 File system error 3032

What are the causes?

There are two main reasons for Sage 50 file system error 3032, and they are:

  • Pervasive initialization
  • If elaborate initialization doesn’t work well or fails.

What are the solutions?

  • First of all, you require to check the available workbook service on the server and try to start comprehensive PSQL. You can also restart your workstation.
  • If you have tried the first step and the error continues, then you should try uninstalling Pervasive. Try doing a comprehensive restore only if you use Sage 50’s database repair utility.

Sage 50 File system error 3108

What are the causes?

  • Network connection loss between workstation and server while running Sage.
  • Time-out over the network when the workstation/client is waiting for a response from the server/host computer.

What are the solutions?

  • Restart Actian
  • Uninstall and reinstall Actian
  • Preventing the error
  • Repairing damage caused by the error

Sage 50 File system error 3110

What are the causes?

  • Due to a poor network connection between server and workstation while using Sage.
  • When a client and workstation is waiting for a response from the host computer and the server, it is time out over the network.
  • VPNs being used
  • Server being rebooted
  • Network cable damage
  • A bad NIC sending junk data
  • Network Interface Cards (NIC) is going into hibernation mode
  • Wireless networks
  • Other network software interfering
  • Network router is unplugged

What are the solutions?

Sage 50 File system error 3111

What are the causes?

Below are some of the causes of Sage 50 file system error 3111.

  • Junk data sent by NIC
  • The server is turned off or it is in restart mode
  • Damaged or destroyed network cable.
  • Wireless connection or VPN is used for Internet
  • The issue with network router or it is unplugged
  • Any other software or network interfering the connection
  • NIC in hibernation mode.
  • Weak or very less WIFI connection

What are the solutions?

  • Create a backup
  • Repair the damage file
  • Closing open pervasive session

Sage 50 File system error 3112

What are the causes?

Reasons that Cause Sage 50 file system error 3112:

  • Freezing network servers.
  • The network connection is not made correctly.
  • Security software is disrupting Sage.

What are the solutions?

  • For Firewall security software
  • Windows Repair Tool

Conclusion!

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FAQ’s


How do I open a file in Sage 50?

Here are some steps to open a file in Sage 50.
1. Start Sage 50 Accounting and in the Sage 50 window select Restore from backup and click OK.
2. In the Restore from Backup dialog box click Next.
3. In the Select Backup File dialog box click Browse to locate the required .CAB file, select the file and click Open (or double-click the file).
4. The Select Backup File dialog box shows the .CAB file to be opened. Click Next.
5. In the Confirm Backup File dialog box click Next.
6. In the New File Name box browse to the folder where the restored data file is to be stored, enter a file name in the File name field to replace the word New and click Save.
7. In the New File Name dialog box click Next, then Finish.
8. The data file will be restored and Sage 50 Accounting will proceed to open it.

Why am I getting a file system error?

The file system error is usually caused by hard disk corruption, bad sectors, or damaged system files. But it can also be triggered by Windows Update errors.

How do I contact Sage support?

If you aren’t able to answer your security questions, please contact us via live chat support. Alternatively, you can create a new MySage login using a different email address.

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