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You can repair 'heavy' resources such as translation memories and term bases, resources that have a complex database structure.

If memoQ reports errors relating to a certain translation memory or term base, you might need to repair that TM or TB. You might encounter such errors when memoQ opens a project where the damaged TM or TB is used, or when you try to add a new entry to the damaged TM or TB during translation.

Caution: Such errors can happen when power is cut while memoQ is writing into the TM or TB, or when there is a problem with your hard disk. It is always recommended to keep a backup of your TMs and TBs. The client upgrade guide contains detailed instructions about making backups of the data you use with memoQ.

Repairing local resources