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Hello, has anyone received an error message during their ready check that says "A sequence cannot be read from its location "'Sequences'. The data set was not found."?

The sequence worked great for me one day, and the next I get this message. No changes were made (power failure, etc.). I also attempted to add this sample to the previous day's sequence, but subsequently received the message that all samples were complete for that sequence, though clearly my new sample's status was "Single", as opposed to "Finished" or "Interrupted". Restarting the software and PC have not affected this either.

Thanks for any information you may have.
Have you tried making a new sequence? The file path has been lost for some reason. It may be a glitch.
this will sound dumb but, did you remember to click the save button after you added the sample to the sequence?

Also I find that when i get weird errors or behavior, if you restart the controller that will often fix whatever is being weird.

I would also check the database to make sure that the sequence wasn't deleted as another user suggested.
Did you make any modification to finished samples while sequence still running.
Manuel correction, assining analyte to any peak, add or delete sample, editing dilution value etc.
Software(or windows, I dont know) is not good it think. Do not make anything on software until it finishes all the samples. Then save. Then do whatever you need.
Any change you made during the run may cause software to ask new save location(click for save raw data) and as a result you may lose your data.
If that happens click save raw data. Save to knew location. After sequence finishes copy(save raw data again) files from 2nd place to orginal folder. Before that check for the orginal folder to see which samples are missing.
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