You should have a site.dct file in the \dict\ folder – my maker.ini has:
in the Re: My adobe Framemaker9 can't work section.
I suspect that something is messed up in your installation. Did you have local admin rights to your machine when you installed FM?
i have the same site.dct file as yours.
before i installed the FM, i activated the Admin account, so it's not the problem.
But i have installed the other version of FM before, and this may be the problem.
i think i have to reinstall the operating system, maybe can fix it.
You can have multiple versions of FM on one machine; only Acrobat fails to play nice with multiple versions on the same machine. You may just need a new profile set up as a local admin. Also give yourself rights to your local c:\ drive manually (since Vista, Windows doesn’t give you full rights automatically just because you’re a local admin – you have to do it manually). Or you can try a tool like Revouninstaller that does a great (free) job of scrubbing out applications before reinstalling.
What language is your copy of Win7 set to? Is it different than what language is being installed for FM?
You may have reached a point where you need to contact Adobe Support or the TCS tech team to figure out what's going on with your install.