Multiterm Convert: Database Password Protected
Thread poster: xxxabarbe
xxxabarbe
Local time: 02:59
Dec 19, 2006

When I try to convert the .mtw file from my client into an .xml file to be able to use it in Multiterm 7, at the 4th step (4/10), I get a message saying that the database is password protected.
My client say that clicking on ok should be allright but Multiterm convert can"t go on when I click Ok because the conversion was not initialised properly. Has anyone an idea of what I can do to open this 5.5 termbase in MT 7? Has anyone had the same problem?
Thanks a bunch!


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Daniel García
English to Spanish
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Get the password from MTW file Dec 19, 2006

I'm sure this has been posted before:

1. Open the MTW file with a text editor (UltraEdit, TextPad).
2. Look for the word "super".
3. Just in the next line you should see the password that you need to convert the termbase.

Daniel


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xxxabarbe
Local time: 02:59
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yeah! Dec 19, 2006

Thanks a lot for the tips. It did work.

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Nuri Razi
Turkey
Local time: 03:59
Member (2008)
English to Turkish
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Yeah Daniel's tip worked!!! Dec 7, 2009

Thank you Daniel, it really worked in my case too.

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