Have you experienced Sage 50 Error 1304?Is this disrupting your work process?
Well…This blog will help you out.This error occurs mainly due to a permission issue.
When installing Sage 50, users often experience installation errors. This blog post is created for the resolutions of once such installation errors usually faced by Sage 50 users.
Let us understand what Sage 50 error 1304 is
This is likely an installation error that is most common in the second or third step of the installation process. When you encounter this error, it displays error messages indicating that “Error 1304: Error writing to verify that you have access”, or “Error: 1304 writing to Sage.peachtree.API.resolver.dll” during installation step 2 or 3”.
Error messages are not being displayed in the Sage software due to system errors. These will be listed when you continue reading.
Do you know the reasons of Sage 50 Error 1304
- If your network connectivity is low
- There is a hardware issue with the system
- If the tray is broken and laser is faulty
- If the drive settings for CD/DVD is incorrect
Want to fix this error? Read the steps
Choose the method which is convenient for you and your problem will get sorted.
Update.Net – 1st Method
- Go to Sage Website
- From the drop-down choose miscellaneous update
- Click on Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 and then download
- From the file download window, take file name dotnetfx40_full_x86_x64.exe
- Save the file
Now that you have downloaded the Microsoft .NET Framework 4, follow the on-screen instructions to install it.
Windows update with the recent version: 2nd Method
If you’re looking for the latest version of Windows 10, check Settings >>> Update & Security >>> Windows Update. If a stable version is available, Windows Update may offer to download and install it.
USB devices should be removed: 3rd Method
- To remove hardware, double-click on the Remove Hardware icon located in your System Tray.
- A window appears displaying a list of the USB devices.
- Click on the Safely Remove Mass Storage Device line that matches your flash drive (for example, Safely Remove Mass Storage Device- Drive (G:)).
- If you see a bubble message appear that says “Safe to Remove Hardware”, it is safe to remove the flash drive from the USB port. You may close the message or continue whatever you were doing, as it will automatically close itself.
As a Window Admin, you have to login: 4th Method
Always make sure that your system is fully updated before you try to install the Sage 50 software on it. You can also do that by rebooting your system and then trying to login.
User Account Control Needs to be Disabled: 5th Method
The UAC can be disabled on varied windows versions. The versions are mentioned below –
- Windows Vista & Server 2008
- Windows 7 & Server 2008 R2
- Windows 8, 10, & Server 2012
Now that you’ve learned about the different approaches to resolving Sage Error 1304, it should be clear how to fix this problem. If you are still having trouble, talk to us for solution.
Ask Yourself the Following Questions –
Q1. What do I need to do in order to upgrade my Sage software and resolve error 1304?
First, you need to find the software updates that are available for your device. If any, then download and install them on your device, either by hand or automatically. To do this, make sure that you’re logged in as an administrator.After the installation of the newly-uploaded packages, restart your computer.
Q2. What are the typical installation, update and upgrade errors that occur with Sage 50?
There are multiple issues experienced by users while installing, updating, or upgrading Sage 50 software. A few are like: Sage Error Code 1304, 1101, 1308, 1324, etc.