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I reinstalled Texsudio on a new SSD yesterday. After that I only encounter problems, Nothing changed to my actual MikTex installation, which has always been on my boot disk.

E.g. when I import my preamble located in a different directory, texstudio tells me the "file is not found" despite compiling withouth showing any error messages

In the structur, I am told the file is not found although the path is scorrect and TexStudio utilizes the commands provided in the preamble.tex file

The syntax highlighting is also all over the place in the Preamble. Can someone please help me fix the problem?

Kind regards!

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  • Welcome to TeX.SX! Is the file PreambleEN.tex still on drive C: in directory Users/Manuel/OneDrive.../Master? The sample document compiles without errors, because it doesn't use any of the definitions from PreambleEN.tex.
    – gernot
    May 29 at 11:10
  • Yes it is, but it actually uses the commands defined in the preamble. It is so weird May 29 at 12:39
  • If you want to clarify the situation, post the relevant part of the log file (error message together with some lines before it). Moreover, create a copy of the document and minimize it, but retaining the error message.
    – gernot
    May 29 at 14:57
  • That‘s the weird thing. The error is not reproducible. It seems to be down to my TexStudio installation. I checked it on my laptop and everything's fine, as it was before reinstalling TexStudio on my new SSD. There are no error messages either. The syntax highlighting is a pure mess in the 'PreambleEN.tex' file & occasionally, the program tells me the file is not found in the directory, although the stated directory is clearly correct. May 29 at 19:24

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