Method Validation

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Hello,
We recently had a hardware failure and lost of of our data from Empower which contained validated methods :cry: We had a newer version of Empower installed and I now need to get our test methods back up and running. For the D3 method, I performed the accuracy portion of the method validation again and now I am wondering if I even needed to do that at all...??? The processing parameters (threshold, peak width, etc.) are documented from the method validation reports. Can I just re-enter these values without having to perform the accuracy? My next test I need to get up and running is the CoQ10 so I am hoping re-entering the validation processing parameters is suitable. Any suggestions would be awesome 8) Thank you!
Correction: *lost all of our data
No laboratory notebooks?
No backup files on a separate system/server?
Hello,
Yes we have lab notebooks and print outs of all test reports and validation data. No back up files on the computer for Empower. They are corrupt. Terrible.... I know :cry: I have all the processing data information from the method validation. I should be able to enter all of this in since the method has been validated for accuracy, correct?
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