Your Activation Key for Sage 50 has Expired

Activation Key for Sage 50 Expire

Do you want to check that your activation key of Sage 50 is expired or not?

You have to fix the problem that causes you the error “Your activation key for Sage 50 has expired” in your account. This error happens when the pervasive license got expired or the firewall is blocking the software to run. To fix it here are the solutions that you have to process for resolving the problem. Also, get to know about the other causes for this error in your Sage 50 account.

Why Error “Your Activation Key for Sage 50 has expired” occurs?

There are several reasons why the above error occurs when you try to run your Sage 50. The causes are highlighted below:

  • If the Pervasive Licensed key is expired
  • If the Anti-virus you is expired
  • When there is damage in the Files
  • If Pervasive 9.1 is installed
  • When the Domain Name System stop working
  • If Firewall is blocked by antivirus
  • When it is needed to restart the Pervasive

Solutions for Your Activation Key for Sage 50 has expired

Step I: If the Temporary Pervasive License key has expired:

  • First, shut down Sage 50
  • Open the computer
  • Browse through the program path
  • Then start the SageReg.exe
  • Then click on the tab of Key Status
  • Click on the Check Key State button
  • If you find the Permanent key in the Licensed Type column then you can stop the process, if not continue the next step
  • Click on the Sage 50 Activation tab
  • Then click on the Active button
  • Once the instructions are received close the Activation window
  • Start Sage 50 to complete the Activation

Step II: when Anti-virus blocks the activation process:

  • Reinstall the expired Anti-virus to renew the plan
  • Check and verify Sage 50 is activated, if not perform the next step

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Step III: Damaged Files:

  • Shut down Sage 50
  • Then log in to the computer
  • Browse the data path in the related resources
  • Then cautiously delete the dat.bak, .dat, .xml, and .da files
  • Now reopened Sage 50
  • Ensure the program is activated successfully, if not perform the next step

Step IV: Damaged Pervasive Installation:

  • Shut down Sage 50
  • Before uninstalling the application, attempt to resume the Pervasive
  • Remove all the Pervasive installed
  • Then open to your Sage 50 again
  • Ensure the program is activated successfully, if not perform the next step

Step V: Damaged Sage 50 Files:

  • Shut down Sage 50
  • Uninstalled Sage 50
  • Then attempt to reinstall Sage 50
  • Once the installation is completed open to install Sage 50
  • Ensure the program is activated successfully, if not perform the next step

Step VI: Check whether Pervasive 9.1 is installed:

  • Shut down Sage 50
  • Highlight the Pervasive installed version and remove it
  • Re-open Sage 50
  • Ensure the program is activated successfully

Conclusion:

If you need technical assistance to fix this issue, you can get in touch with our Sage 50 Technical Support Team. We ensure to provide resolution for every error and answer to every question. Dial to talk with our professionals or emails us at support@accountinghub.co and we guarantee to get back to you as soon as possible. Our top professionals are also available via Sage Live chat Support on our Website.