Sage Line 50 2010 – "The Data Area Passed to a system call" part 2 – Amyuni Driver Update

Remember this post?

Well, after working hard with the development team over at Sage, it seems that the issue is with the version of the Amyuni PDF driver that ships with Sage Line 50 2010.

It does not like Windows 7 at all.

The good news is that Sage now know about the problem, and the fix is to upgrade to the latest Amyuni 4.0.9 driver.   But there is a problem……    

The installer that Sage uses has a special “Sage only” key.    That means that unless you are willing to go out and buy the Amyuni driver yourself, you are going to have to wait for Sage to release a PDF driver update patch for Sage 2010.    They wont do that unless their support team gets calls about this issue, which of course will not happen until the release of Windows 7 tomorrow!

Keep the pressure on, this is one patch that will be needed!   Sooner rather than later.

If you are REALLY stuck, post here, and I may be able to help.

 

  3 Replies to “Sage Line 50 2010 – "The Data Area Passed to a system call" part 2 – Amyuni Driver Update”

  1. Michael Powell
    November 28, 2009 at 6:27 am

    I posted with regard to a success on one XP pc thanks to the removal of the the older 2.5.x version Amyuni drivers but I have another PC running Vista Professional that will not print on its own printer, offering the error as detailed in you thread, so google found it easily, it will however print to a network printer no problem. Maybe the 4.0.9 driver would be the answer but where to obtain it?

  2. Ronan Ginnell
    November 29, 2009 at 11:25 am

    I have that exact problem with my sage line 50 v14 and windows 7. could you see if you could send me a copy of the patch. it would be much appriciated.

    Regards,

    Ronan

    rginnell@joulesolutions.ie

  3. Luke
    December 7, 2009 at 4:13 am

    OK, I’m really stuck!

    Sage Line 50 v15 (2009)
    Windows 7 Ent. x64

    Anyway I can get this to work on two machines?

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