Failed while Converting sage 50 to quickbooks desktop by using Quickbooks Desktop Conversion Tools. It shows "It looks like something went wrong."

Failed while Converting sage 50 to quickbooks desktop by using Quickbooks Desktop Conversion Tools. It shows "It looks like something went wrong." right after clicked "Convert". 

I have followed these steps.
https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Getting-Started/Use-Sage-or-Peachtree-conversion-tool-to-con...

Windows7 64bit
Sage 50 Accounting 2016 to Quickbooks Pro desktop 2016 then Quickbooks online (essential) 

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Answer

Hi Boston QB,

Before you get started, for a trouble-free data conversion there are a few things to check before using the tool:
  • Make sure that your Sage 50 and QuickBooks Desktop are installed locally in the same computer.
  • Be sure that your QuickBooks database and Sage 50's associated files are saved locally in your computer's hard drive.
  • Cross-region conversion isn't' possible using the tool.

The system requirements below are specifically for the Conversion Tool. You can go through this article: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Getting-Started/QuickBooks-Desktop-system-requirements/m-p/2...

Once everything are all checked, try to convert Sage 50 to QuickBooks Desktop again using the conversion tool.

If you have any questions about QuickBooks, don't hesitate to reach out to us again.

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