SDL Trados 2006: Workbench closes when term recognition is on
Thread poster: Pavel Lyakhovsky

Pavel Lyakhovsky  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
Local time: 23:03
Member (2006)
English to Russian
Mar 17, 2006

Dear colleagues,

I have purchased SDL Trados 2006, which includes Multiterm 7. Created a new termbase and added 1 term into it. Then I open a TM, go to 'Term recognition options', select the termbase, select languages. 'Run term recognition option in background' is checked. When I open a segment containing term from the termbase, Workbench closes with 'Program performed an illegal operation...' system Windows message. SDL support recommended to register Trados and Multiterm but this is not the case since they have been registered (and I re-registered them again but it did not resolve the issue).

When I uncheck 'Run term recognition in background' option, the Workbench does not crash but I can't open a segment. When I click 'Open/Get' icon I get -{}- in front of my source segment and that's it.

When terminology recognition is off, Workbench works fine.

Did anybody else experience this? What the solution can be.

I use Win XP Professional (Russian).

Thank you very much in advance.

Best regards,
Pavel Lyakhovsky


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