Proper steps of transfering Tr. St. 2014 to a new computer
Thread poster: Peter Simon
Peter Simon Netherlands Local time: 18:03 Member (2013) English to Hungarian + ...
Jul 20, 2015
I've arrived at a point when I have to employ a new computer to help me with my work but I'm a bit weary of how best to transfer my SDL Trados Studio 2014 to the new one.
I have a one-machine licence and I have my account, licence number etc, but I'd like to know what are the steps to follow. I hope I don't have to de-install the program from the old machine, only de-activate it there. But before I activate the new installation on the new machine? Or can I not install the program at all until I de-install it on the old one? Before de-installation, do I have to deactivate the licence? To do de-activation, there's help on our accounts, but I'm afraid I lose the only workhorse I have if something goes amiss and I can't properly do everything. I'm not of the computer generation and if something can go wrong, it will go wrong when I touch it ...
Thank you for your help. Kind regards,
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Emma Goldsmith Spain Local time: 18:03 Member (2010) Spanish to English
Jul 21, 2015
Peter Simon wrote:
how best to transfer my SDL Trados Studio 2014 to the new one.
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