If the TM or TB is on your computer, follow these steps:
1.In the Application menu, choose Resource console.
2.If the resource you want to repair is a TM, click the Translation memories icon on the left. If the resource you want to repair is a term base, click the Term bases icon. The list of TMs or TBs appears to the right of the icons.
3.Click the TM or TB you want to repair, then click Repair resource in the options below the list. Alternatively, you can right-click the name of the resource, and then choose Repair Resource from the popup menu. The repair options are also available on the Translation Memories and the Term bases ribbon tabs.
4.The Repair resource wizard appears. For TMs, it is the Translation memory repair wizard. For TBs, it is the Term base repair wizard. (Click the links to view the corresponding help topics.)
Important: If you selected a remote resource to repair, a simplified dialog box appears where you can choose to create a TMX or a CSV dump of the resource. (This is not required.) After this, memoQ server performs the repair in the background. You can view the progress of the repair process in the Background tasks dialog. To display the Background tasks dialog, go to the memoQ application menu > Open Background Tasks.
The repair wizard makes a copy of the selected resource, and builds up the database again. Entries that are corrupted beyond repair might be omitted.
Note: In some rare cases, the entire TM or TB might be damaged beyond repair. This usually indicates that your hard disk is about to fail.