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Error in using *CFOPEN command

Error in using *CFOPEN command

Error in using *CFOPEN command

(OP)
Hello everyone,

I am doing modal analysis using Workbench, I added APDL code to extract the first mode value from the text file using the next code:

*CFOPEN,1st_mode,TXT,C:\Users\hp\Desktop\New folder
*VWRITE,Fd1
(F18.10)
*CFCLOSE

Unfortunately, this code didn't work properly, and the next error was reported in the solution information.

"

The program is unable to open file C:\Users\hp\Desktop\Newfolder\1st_mod
e.TXT. If the suggestions in the associated error messages
immediately preceding and/or following this error message do not help
resolve the file issue, please send the data leading to this operation
to your technical support provider, along with the I/O error code of
29 and the system error code of 0, for help in determining the
possible reasons as to why this file could not be opened. "
I tried several times and made the all-analysis option set to "yes," but the error is still on.

Regards

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