Studio 2009 SP1: can't open TM view (Object reference...)
Thread poster: NeidKaos
Local time: 06:38
Dec 8, 2009

So far, the program was working perfectly, and then I discovered this issue.

Whenever I clic on the "TM view" button (down-left portion of the screen), it
first says:

Failed to initialize view 'TranslationMemoryManagerView'

Then, it says "Object reference not set to an instance of an object".

Finally, the program crashes and I can only close it ending the process from the
process manager.

I searched on talisma and I found that the second error message is related to a
problem fixed with the last hotfix, but after I installed it and restarted the
PC, the problem is still there.

The program let me save an error file I could upload to an external server, if

¿Any of you had the same problem or have any suggestions?

My Specs:

Windows XP SP3 fully updated.
Office 2003 SP3 (plus fileformatconverters for opening Office 2007) fully updated.
SDL Trados Studio 2009 SP1 Professional version 9.1.1066.0

It was a clean install, so it has no previous version issues. I tried reinstalling to no avail.

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United Kingdom
Local time: 11:38
Current Version Dec 13, 2009

Hi Neid,

Please can you double check that you have got SP1 installed. The current version of SDL Trados Studio 2009 is this;

SDL Trados Studio SP1 - 9.1.1107.0

If you need to update your software you will find the latest build in your "My Account" area.



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