Sage 50 is an accounting software that was designed specially to make the business easy for small businesses and solo traders. With Sage 50 you can take your business to the new heights and can manage it more efficiently and effectively. Sage 50 helps in solving the issues and complexities one faces while doing the accounting. You can manage invoices, accounts, customers and also do the process bank reconciliation. We can assure that lots and lots of business owners are using Sage 50 and trust it for all their business management needs.]

Sage 50 helps in better tracking of all your data. Not just it will help you in managing your accounts and accounting related issues but will lead to better forecasting of all your profit and loss, revenue and future of the business. But as we all knows that, error and problems are inevitable, so you may face some issues while working on Sage 50. One such error is Sage Error Code 1406. You do not have to worry at all, as we will tell you about the causes and possible solutions of this error.

Causes of the Sage Error Code 1406

  • Corrupt download or the incomplete installation of McAfee which is a and Antivirus software
  • Installing or uninstalling of window registry, a corrupted one, from the updated McAfee Antivirus and softwares related to it
  • Virus or malware infection attacking your McAfee Antivirus and programs related to it or windows system files
  • You delete the McAfee Antivirus mistakenly or it is maliciously deleted by some other program
  • File manager’s settings are not done in proper way
  • You have shutdown your system in improper way

Step for fix Sage Error 1406

Below are mentioned all the possible solutions stepwise. You can get the problem resolved by following these multiple steps.

Resolution 1:

  • Select the Start keys
  • Then go to search box and type the command
  • Then press the ctrl+Shift on your keyboard and then hit the Enter button
  • You will see the permission dialog box appearing on the screen
  • Click on Yes
  • Click on the black box and you will see the blinking cursor flashing on your system
  • Type regedit and hit the Enter button
  • Create the backup file so that your important data is stored there and ensure that this folder is kept in one of your preferred location
  • Then select Export from the File menu
  • Click on Save
  • Then reboot your system and then check whether the error appears again or not

Resolution 2:

  • Click on the Start button
  • Then go to search box and type ‘command’, make sure that you do not press the Enter button
  • Then hold the Ctrl-Shift button together and then hit the Enter button
  • You will see the permission dialog box
  • Then click on Yes
  • Black box with blinking cursor will appear
  • Type cleanmgr and then press the Enter
  • Then reboot your computer and check it for the error

Resolution 3:

In order to do System Restore ( Windows XP, 10, 8 and 7)

  • Click on Start key
  • Then go to the search box and type “System Restore” and then press the Enter button
  • Choose System Restore from the results
  • Then type the password along with the username
  • Reboot your system and then check whether the error still appears or not

Resolution 4:

In regards to the Windows Updates (Windows XP, 10, 8 and 7)

  • Click on Start button
  • Then in the search box type “update” and then hit the Enter button
  • You will see that Windows Update box opens up on your system, just click on it
  • Then click on Install Updates key
  • After doing that reboot your system and then again check whether the error still persists or not

All the solutions provided by us will surely help you to resolve the Sage Error Code 1406 and in case you are unable to do so then you can get in touch with the AccountingHub. Experts at Sage tech support helpdesk are aware of all the possible causes of the errors and will guide you to resolve them in no time. You can get connected to the Sage product help and application help. You can also dial +1844-313-4856 to have a direct conversation with Sage Customer Support team.