SDL Trados 2006 Stopped During Registering SDL component
Thread poster: James Chan

James Chan  Identity Verified
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Mar 30, 2006

Hi,

I recently tried to intall SDL Trados 2006 in Window XP Home (Traditional Chinese), as usual, Trados kept on installing until the final step where Trados was registering SDL Trados Components... The process stopped here and would never advance any more.

If I manually exit the intallation by alt+ctrl+del and terminating installation instance, I could still see Trados in programs. After I rebooted the computer, the Trados was gone. It appeared that the instllation was not complete and all files copied were removed from the computer.

Can any one help me with this?


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Admin rights? Mar 30, 2006

Hi James,
Does the XP user account you're working on have administrator rights?

Best regards,
Ralf


 

James Chan  Identity Verified
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Administrator's right Mar 30, 2006

Yes. The account I used has administrator's right.

James Chan

Ralf Lemster wrote:

Hi James,
Does the XP user account you're working on have administrator rights?

Best regards,
Ralf


 

James Chan  Identity Verified
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Microsoft .NET Framework Mar 30, 2006

Hi,

I kind of suspect that .NET Framework 1.1 that comes with the package may not work properly. I noticed that after I terminate the installation procedure and tried to re-boot the system, the Windows would prompt me saying that .NET Framework (seems to be working in DOS mode) is still working. I believe it was from the unfinished installation. I had to chose to close the program so that I could re-boot.

Once I did that, all the copied program files in SDL Trados were lost. The folder was kept, but the all the files were lost.

I also notice, if I terminated the installation as described, I could launch Workbench (provided I did not re-boot the system) and it seemed to work.

However, when I tried to install MultiTerm, the computer would not let me because the installation program would detect that the previous installation was not finished.

James Chan

James Chan wrote:

Yes. The account I used has administrator's right.

James Chan

Ralf Lemster wrote:

Hi James,
Does the XP user account you're working on have administrator rights?

Best regards,
Ralf


 


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