SAS stands for statistical analytical software. SAS is a software programming language. SAS is a programming language that provides tools, such as procedures, functions, and macros that allow users analyze data to solve business problems.
Fetching from cursor SAS is a SAS command that shows data from the current cursor.
When users want to execute the SAS command, they may receive the following error message:
> Error Fetching from Cursor SAS: SAS error number 34, retry count 0
The error message usually happens because of missing SAS libraries, due to corrupt libraries, or due to a problem in the SAS session.
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Update your driver
- Go to Device Manager and locate your graphic card.
- Right-click on it and choose Update driver.
- Now choose Search automatically for drivers.
Run the Hardware and Devices troubleshooter
- Open Settings from the Taskbar.
- Click on Update & Security.
- Click on Troubleshoot.
- Click on Additional troubleshooters.
- Look for Device troubleshooter and click on it.
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Reinstall the video card driver
- Right-click on your Start button, select Device Manager, and then double-click on the Display Adapters option.
- Right-click on the display adapter that your graphics card is, and click on Uninstall.
- Restart the computer.
Change your cursor theme
- Open Control Panel
- Click Appearance and Personalization
- Click Personalization
- Click Change desktop icons
- In the Desktop Icon Settings window, click the drop-down box and select All (including hidden icons)
- Locate your cursor theme file
- Right-click on the item
- Select Properties
- Select Customize
- Use your mouse to select the new cursor theme
Use a different cursor theme
- Many users have reported that the error above is caused due to using a cursor theme.
- Therefore, if the error persists, users are advised to remove and reinstall the cursor theme.
- Remove and reinstall the Cursor driver
- The error can also occur due to an outdated cursor driver.
- Therefore, if the error persists, users are advised to remove and reinstall the cursor driver.
- Check if Cursor SAS is installed
- Some users have also reported that the error may occur due to Cursor SAS not being installed.
- Therefore, if the error persists, users are advised to check if Cursor SAS is installed.
Reinstall the game
- If reinstalling the game does not fix the issue, the next best option would be to reinstall the game.
- Make sure that the game is installed and working properly.
- Right-click on the “Start” button and select “Run”.
- Type “devmgmt.msc” in the text box that appears and hit â€ ̃Enter’.
- Under “Device Manager” look for “Mass Storage Devices”.
- Right-click on the “Mass Storage Device” and select “Uninstall”.
- Then, right-click on the “Mass Storage Device” and select “Scan for hardware changes”.
- Reinstall the “Mass Storage Device” and reboot your computer.