Is your D drive local to the computer? As in a hard drive physically inside the PC or connected via USB. Or is D some network location?
If it's a network location it likely means that there was a network interruption of some sort and the data can no longer be found.
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No, fortunately (or unfortunately since that maybe isn't my solution) it's a local drive...
Unfortunately no. The file got so corrupted that I was unable to edit, delete, etc. anything within the RH project file. It was a very odd experience. One day, things are good. I edited the way the CSS formats the bulleting paragraph style. Then next time I updated, the crashing starts and just won't stop. I've had to completely rebuild my project.
So I rebuilt nicely, generated, published, all very happily.
Then I had to change how my images are displayed. So under Project Settings, I changed the height and width to 0% (as per http://blogs.adobe.com/techcomm/2009/10/preparing_anchored_frame_for_conversion_in_robohel p.html).
Force update all - CRASH.
I don't get it. There has got to be a better way. Is anyone else experiencing this?
Hmm, ok. So I closed Outlook while Force Updating all - works. 3 times now. Without crashing. VERY SLOW. But working.
Related? Any thoughts? Of interest could be:
My computer has: 8GB of RAM, It is an IntelCore2 Quad CPU Q6700 process @ 2.66GHz, Windows 7 Pro, 64 bit.
One more update... I have been able to update successfully 3 times today- one crash. I would have thought my system was powerful enough to do this correctly routinely, perhaps not.
Anyways, that is all I have in terms of a solution for now. And making sure I have all my css file info, formatting info, etc. backed up elsewhere for the next time I need to rebuild.