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Unable to open the Sage 50 version 2010

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I am unable to open the Sage 50 version 2010 after I installed an update. The error message reads "this data was last used with a later version of Sage accounts. You must update this version of Sage accounts befor accessing the data. Irrespective of whether I click Yes or No, the program does not start.
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Bruce Denney earned 2000 total points
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The problem lies in the watermark.xml file, you need to find this file in your databpath and rename it, Sage will recreate it without problem when you run it next..
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