Address and Access Violation Errors in Sage Timeslips 2011

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After upgrading Sage Timeslips 2010 to 2011, I encountered “Address & Access Violation Errors”. The error occurred every after 4-5 timeslips entry. What should I do?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #100205

Address and Access Violation Errors in Sage Timeslips 2011

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The problem you are encountering is that your sage is not working properly after upgrading it this is why that in upgrading the files are not completely upgraded or files were not present and therefore it is not working properly. The solution to this problem is that:

1. Uninstall this software and install it again it will properly working, if you install the previous version it will ready to work but if you want to upgraded version then instead of upgrading the software after installing, download the software the upgraded version or the latest version which has already updated and then install that software again it will work because in upgrading there might be some error due to which after upgrading the software is not working properly.

Answered By 563960 points N/A #100206

Address and Access Violation Errors in Sage Timeslips 2011

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If you are upgrading from Sage Timeslips 2010 to Sage Timeslips 2011, make sure you meet all the requirements. For Sage Timeslips 2011, it supports Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista [Business or Ultimate], and Windows 7 [Ultimate or Professional]. If your operating system is supported but still you are having an error, reinstalling the application might help.

Uninstall Sage Timeslips then click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then Disk Cleanup. Select drive C and click OK. Check “Temporary files”, click OK and then click Delete Files. Restart your computer and then install Sage Timeslips back. If it doesn’t work, run the program as administrator. You are probably having a privilege or permission problem.

Right-click on Sage Timeslips on your desktop and then select Properties. Select Compatibility tab then under “Privilege level” section, check “Run this program as an administrator” and then click OK. Start Sage Timeslips and it should be back to normal. It may also help if you upgrade your operating system to the latest Service Pack. For Windows XP, download Windows XP Service Pack 3.

For Windows Vista, download Windows Vista Service Pack 2 [KB948465]. For Windows 7, download Windows 7 Service Pack 1 [KB976932].

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