I have searched this forum and found no resolution, so I’m posting this question.
I had a directory called Untitled 07 (or some such). It contained two empty subdirectories, Audio and Images. Nothing else. I deleted the parent directory.
From that point on, every project I tried to open gave me the “Resolve Missing Files” dialog. Nothing I could do seemed to correct it. I restored the Untitled 07 directory and contents from the trash bin (Win 7, Cubase 7.5) and the dialog went away. But the file cited as missing was not in the restored directory in the first place. In the second place, I could find no project that referenced the missing file. I’m quite new to Cubase, so I have very few projects that have any significance, so looking at each for a reference to the missing file was easy - there were none.
Now, I’ve gotten the annoying dialog to stop showing on each project open, so that’s progress. But it makes no sense. Why was I seeing this warning in the first place? Also, should the “Restore Missing Files” dialog not have some option to say “delete reference, this file is not important” or something to that effect? I spend (wasted) a lot of time trying to sort out this non-problem that appeared to be a valid problem.
Thanks for any direction on this problem.