How to Fix Sage 50 clr20r3 Error

Sage 50 clr20r3 Error

Error is something that obviously no one wants although where is work error is always there. Today we are talking about an Sage 50 clr20r3 Error. It stops several programs to start up and gives an identical error” Program has stopped working” which comes with an event name CLR20r3. This happens to lawful, even legitimate backup and recovery application are not untouched by this error when this error occurs. There may a thread of errors in different instances which looks almost the same, error problem Signature 01:ds3_tool.exe, Problem Signature 02:, Problem Signature 03: 4fade72a and so on.

Sometimes repairing the .Net framework helps to resolve this error not always. Hence this is advisable that before following troubleshooting steps please validate the integrity of the .Net Framework on the target machine. If the verification of the .NET Framework fails than its best to uninstall .NET framework and install it again from a standalone package.

Resolution for Sage 50 clr20r3 Error

Total Time: 35 minutes

Step 1: Modify the Host file.

πŸ’  Go to Start menu>Type Notepad>Right-click >Select Run as Administrator.
πŸ’  Select File, open it> Change file type from *.txt file to All files *.*
πŸ’  Go to C:\Windows \System 32\drivers\etc
πŸ’  Open the host files and add localhost at the end of the file while ignoring all the lines with the # sign.
πŸ’  However, it’s best to contact an IT expert if the file is excessively long.
πŸ’  Click on the file and save

Step 2: Verify that connection manager is started, if not succeed these steps

πŸ’  Select control panel
πŸ’  Go to administrative tools and select services
πŸ’  Right-click on sage 50 Database connection manager>start

Step 3: Checking for Space

πŸ’  Open windows Explorer>right click on C drive>select properties
πŸ’  Make sure to maintain enough hard disk space in your hard drive
πŸ’  Delete the temp files
πŸ’  Make sure the project is not missing and has a name

Step 4: If you face this error while accessing the data over server

πŸ’  Try to enter the IP address instead of the server name
πŸ’  Go to the welcome screen of Sage 50, choose to select an existing company.
πŸ’  In file name type the IP address of the server
πŸ’  Press enter

Step 5: Modify the Simply Accounting folder permissions

πŸ’  Open windows explorer
πŸ’  Go to C:\Users\%username%\Documents
πŸ’  Right click on folder simply accounting
πŸ’  Select properties
πŸ’  Select security
πŸ’  Select edit>Add>Type everyone>ok
πŸ’  Select OK
πŸ’  Search the newly added account named everyone in the user name section
πŸ’  In the permissions area mark the allow checkbox
πŸ’  This will enable the everyone folder with full control

Steps to Delete Temp Files

To delete temporary files you can follow below steps

πŸ’  Open settings
πŸ’  Click on the system
πŸ’  Click on Temporary files options under Local disk section
πŸ’  Select the temporary files to be removed
πŸ’  Click on Remove files button

Once the steps are done, junk files and temporary files are removed from your computer freeing up space on your computer for important files.

For more information, you can contact at out Sage 50 technical support team is 1800 964 3096 always available by 24*7 here to help you. You can also do Sage 50 live chat or email us at [email protected] our team will solve your issues on a priority basis.

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