Is Windows 7 Home Premium compatible with Trados 7 or Studio 2009?
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KatjaV  Identity Verified
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Apr 23, 2010

Does anyone know if Windows 7 Home Premium is compatible with Trados 7? How about with Trados Studio 2009? I tried to search it at the SDL website but it is really difficult to find answer to my question there, I find. Thanks for help.

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Astrid Elke Witte  Identity Verified
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I have Windows 7 and both of them Apr 23, 2010

However, mine is called "Windows 7 Professional". I am not sure if that makes any difference, though. I have been using this combination for a few months, so it is compatible.

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Ivan Patti  Identity Verified
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Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits here Apr 23, 2010

I've used my new pc with Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits for 2 months and everything's fine: Trados 2007 works OK (both in Workbench alone and TagEditor) and Trados 2009 works faster than on my previous pc (XP pro).
I think that it will be more or less the same with 7 Home Edition.

Ivan


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MagdalenaJanik  Identity Verified
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Home Premium Apr 23, 2010

Just to confirm..
I have the Windows 7 Home Premium edition (32 bits). Both Trados 7 & Studio 2009 (SP2) are working fine.

Magdalena


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KatjaV  Identity Verified
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Thank you! Apr 23, 2010

Great, thank you all for comments!

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Vito Smolej
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sigh of relief Apr 23, 2010

katerina100 wrote:

Great, thank you all for comments!


win 7 IS compatible with TRADOS!

...somebody better tell Microsoft (g)


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Elvana Moore  Identity Verified
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Having trouble with Multiterm Apr 24, 2010

I have just installed Trados 2007 in Windows 7 and it is telling me that Multiterm can only work with 32 bits and mine is 64 bits.
Any suggestions how I can solve this problem?
With thanks Elvana


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try to install VM Apr 24, 2010

Elvana Moore wrote:

I have just installed Trados 2007 in Windows 7 and it is telling me that Multiterm can only work with 32 bits and mine is 64 bits.
Any suggestions how I can solve this problem?
With thanks Elvana


MT2007 not supported on 64bit OS. try to install a vistual machine on your win7-64bit to run it.(better have more then 4GB RAM)


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Claudia Barnaba  Identity Verified
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Multiterm 2009 not working on Windows 7 Jun 20, 2010

I have just installed Trados Studio 2009 and Multiterm 2009 in Windows 7 (64bits). No problems with Trados, but Multiterm just won't work: I used it for a couple of hours, then an error message appeared saying "a problem occurred preventing the program from interacting with Windows". I deleted Multiterm and re-downloaded it, but the same thing happened again. Any suggestion? Thank you!

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Siarhei Ananin  Identity Verified
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All data on Win 7 compatibility with Trados available Jun 20, 2010

Claudia Barnaba wrote:

I have just installed Trados Studio 2009 and Multiterm 2009 in Windows 7 (64bits). No problems with Trados, but Multiterm just won't work: I used it for a couple of hours, then an error message appeared saying "a problem occurred preventing the program from interacting with Windows". I deleted Multiterm and re-downloaded it, but the same thing happened again. Any suggestion? Thank you!



Possibly, you are working with previous version (SDL MultiTerm 2009 SP1). As http://talisma.sdl.com/display/2/kb/article.aspx?aid=3261
says, both Win 7 32 and 64 bits are compatible with
SDL MultiTerm 2009 SP2.

BTW, SP3 is coming in near future, as it follows from the above reference!



[Edited at 2010-06-20 18:06 GMT]


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OneTa  Identity Verified
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SDL Trados 2007 SP3 Compatible with Win 7.0 64 bit Jul 13, 2010

SDL Trados 2007 SP1 and SP2 are not compatible with Win 7.0 64bit.

SDL Trados 2007 SP3 can be used on Win 7.0 64 bit.

SDL Trados 2007 SP3 is shipped with SDL Trados 2009 (for free?).
Your existing SDL Trados 2007 activation key is valid with SP3, too.

SDL Multiterm 2009 can be used together with SDL Trados 2007.

[Edited at 2010-07-14 12:57 GMT]


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Walter Blaser  Identity Verified
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Multiterm 2007 also runs on 64 bit Jul 14, 2010

Elvana Moore wrote:

I have just installed Trados 2007 in Windows 7 and it is telling me that Multiterm can only work with 32 bits and mine is 64 bits.
Any suggestions how I can solve this problem?
With thanks Elvana


Elvana

Multiterm 2007 does run on a 64 bit OS, the problem is only the initial installer, which is not 64 bit capable. Instead of clicking on the STARTUP.EXE, you need to decompress the archive and then run the install file from the included subdirectory. This will install Multiterm 2007 without any problems on a 64 bit OS. The application runs fine, the only exception is Multiterm Convert, which needs a patch to run on 64 bit.

On the other hand, the better alternative - if suitable to you - is to use - as already suggested - the 2009 version of Multiterm,which can be used both from Trados 2007 as from Studio 2009.

Walter


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Erik-Martin Jansen Hesshaus  Identity Verified
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yet another answer Sep 16, 2010

Hi there,
Yet another and slightly different answer!
I have Trados2007 running fine on my W7 64-bits computer. It is SP2 and I do not dare to touch it! In the last decade I have not seen such an amateur software as Trados....
But Multiterm reacted strange (just closed/freezed sometimes) after some testing for a friend. I don't use it, so I am happy with this setup.

I did not have to do any tricks to install Trados 2007 on Win7 64bits... simply install it with administrator rights...

YMMV


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