Sage Updates Don’t Show Up with Windows 10

Sage Updates now Show on Windows 10

Many users come across the frustrating scenario unable to display the updates after downloading. This issue is generally has seen in the Windows 10 operating system. So, it becomes necessary to fix it as soon as possible to use the updated Sage version smoothly. There might be miscellaneous reasons involve in the happening of this error. The primary cause is the incompatible processes executing in the background. The below article post will help you resolve the Sage updates that do not show up with Windows 10. Explore and follow the instructions carefully to get the positive and effective outcomes.

Cause of Error ‘Sage Updates don’t Show up with Window 10’

  • Detached network drive
  • There are incompatible processes running on the system
  • Spring Creators Update version 1803 installed in Windows 10
  • Installation of the wrong version of Pervasive
  • Wrong location for Pervasive Software folder
  • Corrupted Microsoft .NET Framework
  • Sage accounting software is running in compatibility mode
  • Incomplete Sage 50 software update
  • The Sage software has been uninstalled or removed
  • Damaged Program shortcut
  • On a 64-bit system Software files are installed to the wrong location
  • (UAC) User Account Control is enabled
  • The program was moved to the new system by using file transfer software
  • Files on this system are locked after the software was abnormally closed
  • Locked business files
  • User profile damaged in Citrix environment

Read More : How to Fix Sage 50 not Opening after Windows Update

Resolution of Error ‘Incorrect version of Pervasive is installed’

Follow the given steps to fix this issue :

Section I: Sage Software is Running in the Background

Note: On a network with one or more system, on the server, start the steps below

  • Open Task Manager> Press and hold Ctrl+ Alt+ Delete and then Click Start Task Manager
  • Choose the Processes tab
  • Click to More Details and then click to Details tab
  • Choose Peachw.exe
  • Choose End task or End process
  • Choose w3dbsmgr.exe
  • Click to End task or End process
  • Close the Task Manager
  • Press Windows+ R keys, on your keyboard
  • Type SERVICES.MSC, and then click OK
  • Right-click (PSQL) the Pervasive Workgroup Engine and click to Start
  • Turn off the Services Window
  • Check if Sage starts without a problem

Section II: Run the Repair and Select the Missing Service Update

  • Close the Sage software
  • Start the system
  • Browse to the software Updates folder saved in the data path,
  • Right-click on the recent Service Release like ptxa2018.2.0.exe
  • Click Run as administrator
  • To install the update Perform the on-screen instructions
  • When the update is done, start the Sage software
  • Choose Help, and then about Sage 50 Accounting to check the update installed

Solution III: For Window 10

  • Go to Task Manager > Click to More Details> Click Details Tab> and then End both w3dbsmgr.exe Process & Peachw.exe
  • Click to Window Run > press and hold Windows+ R > enter SERVICES.MSC and hit Enter
  • Right-click the option> Open Pervasive PSQL Workgroup Engine and check whether the error is fixed or not.

Also Read : Sage 50 Does Not Open in Windows 10

Final Words

Now wrapping up the above content Sage updates do not show up with Windows 10! Hopefully, the information is beneficial for you to save your time. While the end appears to be in sight, if you still having any doubts in your mind then without any hesitation give a ring to Sage 50 helpdesk number. The professional team is there to unlock all your problems and issues you are facing while implementing Sage accounting solutions.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the Procedure to Fix the .Net Framework Application?

1. First of all, you have to close all the on-going applications
2. Locate the Windows Start option and then click on Control Panel 
3. After this hit on Add or Remove option 
4. Choose Microsoft .Net Framework 
5. Hit on the Uninstall/Change, Remove, or Repair button
6. It will launch a Wizard which says Setup
7. Click on the Repair button and then hit on Next option
8. The repair process will start 
9. After this, it is suggested to restart the system

How can I Fix the Detached Network Drive?

1. Initially, you require a shared folder on the hard drive; if not then create a new folder named shared 
2. After this give a right-click on it 
3. Now choose the properties option
4. Hit on the sharing button and then place a checkmark on the share this folder inbox
5. Once done you have to give a click on My Computer
6. Now discover the Tools option and then hit on Map Network Drive
7. After this, there will appear a down-arrow near the drive letter
8. Hit on the arrow to display the list of letters
9. Choose the one you need to delete 
10. Afterword browse the shared folder and then choose it
11. It will allow the drive letter to the actual folder
12. Ensure that you un-select the box which says reconnect at login
13. Now hit on the Finish option to display a warning 
14. Click on the Yes button and it will open the shared folder 
15. Close it; after this give a right-click on the My Computer drive and then choose the disconnect option

How I can switch Run as Administrator?

1. Locate the Sage 50 icon on the screen 
2. Give a right-click on it 
3. Choose Properties option 
4. Click on the Compatibility option
5. You have to uncheck the box that appears near the run this program as an administrator button
6. If the box found selected but grayed-out then hit on the Change Settings for all users option appears at the screen bottom
7. Now unselect it from the secondary window
8. After this choose Apply and then click on the OK button

How I can Modify the Host File Entry in Window 10?

Follow the below instructions for Windows 10:
1. First of all hit on the Windows button
2. Now enter Notepad in the search box
3. After this give a right-click on the notepad
4. Once done choose the Run as administrator button
5. Open the file c:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts with the Notepad
6. Now make the essential modifications to the file
7. Choose File and then hit on Save button to save the changes.

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