The location is D:\Data as well as the converted file. I did not mention in my previous messages, but I tried with other locations like Desktop, and with other computer. In both cases (2 different locations, 2 different computers) I have the same error message. Our computer work under Windows XP.

Apparently another user had the same problem in 2012 (http://sourceforge.net/p/proteowizard/mailman/proteowizard-support/?viewmonth=201204) but I did not find the solution.




On 6 June 2014 17:34, Chambers, Matthew <matt.chambers42@gmail.com> wrote:
That looks fine. What directory is the file located in? And where are you trying to save the converted file?

-Matt



On 6/6/2014 2:38 AM, Nha Thi Nguyen Huynh wrote:
Hello,

The name of the file is "LC_060214_VL956_01_SagaXlink.mzML".

I also tried to use MSConvert by changing the name to "LC_060214.mzML" but I still have the same error message.

Best regards,
Nha Thi Nguyen Huynh.


On 5 June 2014 18:23, Chambers, Matthew <matt.chambers42@gmail.com> wrote:
Can you give us the name of the file that caused the problem?

Thanks for the report,
-Matt



On 6/5/2014 4:01 AM, Nha Thi Nguyen Huynh wrote:
Hello,

I used MSConvert of ProteoWizard 3.0.4743 to convert .mzML files (data obtained from an LTQ-Orbitrap Elite (Thermo)) to .mzXML files. It worked very well and I did not have any problem.

However, I have currently the error message "Illegal characters in path". Therefore I downloaded the more recent version 3.0.6318 but I still have the same error message. Please find attached the error details.

Please let me know how we can fix this problem. Thank you in advance.


Best regards,

Nha Thi Nguyen Huynh