What is Sage Error Code 1327 & How to Fix It?
“Sage Error Code 1327 states that Invalid Drive.” Still suffering from Sage 50 errors? This is the right place for you. The Error Code refers to the Mapped Drive, that you haven’t yet specified any installation drive.
There can be various other Errors and Problems related to Sage 50 like Sage 50 install error 1628 or Sage 50 ACCPAC Error 49153 and the solutions of which are also very necessary so that you can perform all the actions properly.
Exact Error Shown While User Facing Sage Error Code 1327 : Invalid Drive
Error 1327 Peachtree Accounting has encountered a problem and needs to close.
Possible Causes of Sage 50 Error Code 1327
Sage Error 1327 : Invalid drive occurs when the user’s computer has a missing drive or incomplete download of missing drive.
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- Corrupt or incomplete download of your Sage – Accounting software.
- Window’s registry got corrupt due to any change in software.
- Infection due to virus/malware that corrupt windows file
- Any active program or software or any running from behind has affected the software download or corrupt the file.
There can be various “runtime error (s)” also. In such cases, troubleshooting becomes very difficult for non-technical user.
Ways of Resolving Sage 50 Error Code 1327
To Solve Sage Error 1327: Invalid drive scan the computer for malware or viruses and allow software updates.
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1. Solution One: Basic Steps
This is the first basic solution. Following which will help you in solving the issue.
- You need to repair registry entries which are linked with this particular error.
- Scan your system/computer to make it virus/malware free.
- Check for system software update. If available, go for update.
- Uninstall your software and Reinstall your software.
- Install all required latest window’s updates.
Once you follow the above-mentioned steps. You will be ready to use your Sage 50. If these steps do not resolve the Sage Error Code 1327. Use another method.
2. Solution Two
- Make a New Folder on the desktop.
- Rename this folder to Test
- Right-click on the folder and click on Properties
- Click on Sharing tab
- Select Advanced Sharing
- Now, click on Share this folder, and click on Permissions
- With Everyone highlighted, check Full Control and click on OK
- Now, turn-off the Properties window
- Right-click on your system and click on Properties
- Note down your System’s Name and close window
- Now, press Windows KEY + R from your keyboard
- Enter your computer’s name and press on OK
- Right-click on Test and click on Map Network Drive
- Set the Drive to the letter noted in the error message, then click on Finish
- Now, try Sage 50 installation once again.
- Once the installation is complete, disconnect the new network drive and delete the Test folder from the desktop