Unable to clean up, pre-translate and analyse TTX files
Thread poster: Monika Hamernikova
Monika Hamernikova
Czech Republic
Local time: 13:24
Member (2002)
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Mar 3, 2008

Neither of these work when it comes to TTX files. Other formats can be
cleaned, pre-translated and analysed without any problems.

The workbench returns the following error:
(-2147418113): Unexpected error when reading file!

I have no idea what happened, it used to work beautifully before.
Any idea how to repair it would be highly appreciated.

I use Trados 8.

TIA
Monika


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Jan Sundström  Identity Verified
Sweden
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Where does the TTX come from? Mar 4, 2008

Monika Hamernikova wrote:

Neither of these work when it comes to TTX files. Other formats can be
cleaned, pre-translated and analysed without any problems.

The workbench returns the following error:
(-2147418113): Unexpected error when reading file!

I have no idea what happened, it used to work beautifully before.
Any idea how to repair it would be highly appreciated.

I use Trados 8.

TIA
Monika


Monika,

Did you create the TTX yourself or was it created on another system/another Trados version?
If you have the source file, you can easily recreate the TTX from scratch, and simply run a "translate to fuzzy".
Otherwise, do a full tag verification in TagEditor and check what went wrong.

If nothing works, this is a job for the official SDL support....

/Jan


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Monika Hamernikova
Czech Republic
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It simply does not work with any TTX files Mar 4, 2008

It concerns any TTX files, whether created by me or sent by customer.

It seems to be a general problem - but I am not aware of doing anything with my comp which would trigger it. It just suddenly stopped performing these functions with this file format....

It is quite annoying, esp. the analyse and clean-up function.

I was trying to contact SDL but it seems that their Online Support is no longer accessible, unless you have purchased their support contract - without this, one can access only the FAQs:(


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Jan Sundström  Identity Verified
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Installation/OS related issues Mar 13, 2008

Monika Hamernikova wrote:

Neither of these work when it comes to TTX files. Other formats can be
cleaned, pre-translated and analysed without any problems.

The workbench returns the following error:
(-2147418113): Unexpected error when reading file!

I have no idea what happened, it used to work beautifully before.
Any idea how to repair it would be highly appreciated.

I use Trados 8.

TIA
Monika


What OS are you running? Not Vista, I hope???
And where are the files residing? On an external hard drive, network volume or similar? It could be a connection issue.

But if the installation is messed up, the draconian solution is to do a clean install on a virgin Windows system...

/J


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tc365  Identity Verified
Germany
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same problem here - unable to analse, clean up ttx Jul 25, 2008

I work with Windows XP have the same error with Trados 6.5 since a couple of days

The workbench returns the following error:
(-2147418113): Unexpected error when reading file!

This occurs on any ttx, regardless of whether created by me or the customer.

When I try to analyse the ttx in Trados 7, then I get the error, that some entry point was not found in some dll, and then the same as above.

Has anybody an idea? It is really urgent

Thanks Tina


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SDL Community  Identity Verified
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Try Registering... Jul 25, 2008

Hello All,

Try registering your Trados .dll files to Windows. Please close all SDL Trados applications before running the following files:

If you are using SDL Trados 2007:

Please go to Start -> All Programs -> SDL International -> SDL Trados 2007 -> Trados and then run the "Register SDL Trados 2007” .bat file. If you are using Windows Vista then you will need to right click on "Register SDL Trados 2007" and select "Run as Administrator" from the menu.

Trados 7 users will find the file here:

Go to Start -> All Programs -> Trados -> "Register Trados 7"

I hope this helps.

Many Thanks,

Gareth Powell
SDL Support Team


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François Chalumeau
France
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Coincidence, or having this problem after installing QA Distiller Dec 17, 2008

Exactly the same problem experienced on my Trados 7 system after installing QA Distiller. Deinstallation/reboot didn't help, but Gareth's answer did.

Thanks Gareth!

Installing QA Distiller - never again!

Vlad.
GlobaWare International


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Ricardo Fonseca  Identity Verified
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Same here! Sep 24, 2009

After installing Qa Distiller I had the exact same problem!

Same here, QA Distiller nerver again!


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Claudio Porcellana  Identity Verified
Italy
Error 50202 in Trados Translator's Workbench batch functions (Analyse, Translate, Clean-up) Sep 24, 2009

Hi

do a look to my last post and see if it can be useful, at least for the cleaning feature


Claudio


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Nikolai Angelov  Identity Verified
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Registering helps Sep 12, 2012

Hi all,

I had the same issue however after uninstalling QA Distiller.

The tip for registering Trados components hellps!

Thank you!


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Claudia Hill  Identity Verified
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Registering seems to have deregistered it... Jun 8

SDL Community wrote:

Hello All,

Try registering your Trados .dll files to Windows. Please close all SDL Trados applications before running the following files:

If you are using SDL Trados 2007:

Please go to Start -> All Programs -> SDL International -> SDL Trados 2007 -> Trados and then run the "Register SDL Trados 2007” .bat file. If you are using Windows Vista then you will need to right click on "Register SDL Trados 2007" and select "Run as Administrator" from the menu.

Trados 7 users will find the file here:

Go to Start -> All Programs -> Trados -> "Register Trados 7"

I hope this helps.

Many Thanks,

Gareth Powell
SDL Support Team


I've just encountered this issue with Trados 2006 - and the Studio files don't quite behave either anymore. I had QA Distiller installed and then uninstalled it. But when I try to follow Gareth's instructions above a) the Microsoft utility invariably crashes and b) it's now telling me it's not registered at all. Any ideas?
Thanks!

Claudia


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