Trados Studio 2009 Language settings - "Access denied" error
Thread poster: trixvillar

trixvillar
Local time: 17:51
German to English
+ ...
Mar 19, 2010

Hi,
I urgently need to use my new version of Trados 2009 but when I launch it from the desktop shortcut it asks me to choose 5 languages I will use for translation. After I do this and click on 'Finish' it gives me an error message saying "Access denied". After this it allows me into Trados but I can't open any documents because it says "file can't be opened because it contains languages that are not configured for this installation."
What do I do. Any help would me hugely appreciated.

Thanks


 

Sangeeta Joshi  Identity Verified
India
Local time: 22:21
Member (2009)
German to English
Click on the Add tab Mar 19, 2010

Hello, trixvillar. I don't know about your 2009 version (Studio), but in my 2007 version, you normally have to click on the Add button for each language that you select from the list of possible languages.

 

trixvillar
Local time: 17:51
German to English
+ ...
TOPIC STARTER
I have done this Mar 19, 2010

Yes, I add my five languages but then it gives me the error message when I click OK

 

yayadan
Local time: 00:51
English to Chinese
you may add english and German to see whats going on. Apr 12, 2010

Try add less lanuages, such as two languages for a test.

[修改时间: 2010-04-12 09:29 GMT]


 

trixvillar
Local time: 17:51
German to English
+ ...
TOPIC STARTER
Problem solved (ish) Apr 12, 2010

Thanks for your suggestion. With this version of Trados you have to select 5 languages otherwise it won't allow you to continue.
However, I think this problem has now been resolved. The issue seems to have been with Windows Vista blocking my access due to a faulty update (??). I had to create a new user account and transfer all my files and folders over and Trados works fine in that new account now.


 

Stanislav Pokorny  Identity Verified
Czech Republic
Local time: 18:51
English to Czech
+ ...
Run as Administrator Apr 12, 2010

The languages you select are stored in Windows registry which means the system needs access to it. Perhaps running Studio as Administrator or disabling UAC for this particular task could help.

 


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