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When I open an ITD file in SDL Edit (on my new pc wit Windows Professional 7), I cannot open a translation memory and get an error message.
I have enabled all the right options (multiple TMs, Open TM at startup), checked if the MDB file is read-write-protected -- which it is not -- , activated the right activation code.
My ITD files and TM (MDB file) are in separate subfolders under the project folder, just like I always used to organize things on my old pc, when everything worked fine.
I use the SDL Edit 2007 version that comes free with Studio 2009. The software is in C:\Program Files, whereas my data are on F:. Could that perhaps be the problem? But then I copied everything to C: and the problem was still there...
Any suggestions of all you clever people are welcome!
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