I have an SSD plugged into the I: drive on my desktop and in the view window on Lightroom it shows that there are 2845 images in the library for this catalogue.
But everyone of them has that pesky ! in the top right corner and when you click on it, yes, you know what I'm getting ... file can't be found. And even when I follow the file path, I can't locate.
But it's attached ??
So why can't the computer read the files ?
Interestingly, all the other catalogues that I have imported or worked on now have (file name)-v11 beside the name but this one doesn't because I think I created it in version 11 - but how can I check that?
I also have tried to import the images but it won't let me import the catalogue.
Have I turned off permissions accidentally somehow, somewhere on my desktop?
I've also tried to open it on my laptop from the SSD but it won't open without the ! in the top right hand corner. All other catalogues on the SSD will open. Interestingly, other catalogues that have been updated to version 11 have -v11 at the end of the file name but for some reason, this catalogue doesn't have that file extension? Cheers.
Howdy, Absolutely no idea! I called it Mount Isa Rodeo 2021, it was first imported in LR Ver 10 and when it updated to version 11 it gave it this name. I have no previous version to revert to. I can see all the images, the edited versions. And each file has that ! in the top right corner. It says in properties that there’s 3.51GB, 2934 files in 2865 folders (folder number seems a bit weird and the GB seems low for that many files. The 2019 catalogue for example from the same event is 99.8GB with 7773 files in 102 folders Cheers, Stephen