SBDDesktop.exe Error

Posted: July 7, 2009 in Uncategorized
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The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0150004). Click OK to terminate the application.

The famous Sage error.

SBD Desktop exe has generated errors and will be closed by Windows you will need to restart the program. An error log is being created.

According to other posts scattered around the Internet, the only fix for this situation is to reinstall the operating system. I called Sage support too and they said that the only reported way they knew of fixing the error is to reinstall Windows and then install Sage again on top.

I’m sure there is a way to fix this error but due to the time limit I was faced, it was cheaper for the company to rebuild the system rather than pay for all the hours of research and work. I was disappointed because I really wanted to get to the bottom of this one! At the end of the day the system that was affected by this also had it’s Windows Operating system reinstalled. Maybe the answer is to simply convert the world to Linux based systems. It also gives the world something new to learn too 😛

I did find some other information relating to the problem on other forums but did not come across any with working fixes.

If anyone else is having this problem, knows of a fix for it or finds a solution to this, please get in contact or comment below!

  1. Mark says:

    Good luck getting Sage to run on Linux! (I just got the same error too FWIW)

  2. AN says:

    lol thats what i though, sage on linux, more good luck getting the support, whats next photoshop on linux?

    REALLY annoying there is no solution to this, rebuilding a system is far from a solution esecially from a company like Sage, well actually, there not that good at writing code anyway!

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