as requested here is what I did last night.
The sequence for the night is to image two targets. Fireworks Galaxy, (NGC 6946), followed by the Helix Nebula. For the Fireworks galaxy I guide using the OAG so I select that profile to apply to the sequence. The Run sequence stared at (08/24/22 21:11;07.399). I image the fireworks Galaxy until 08/24/22 approximately 23:46. I had the Helix to start at 00:14, need to wait to clear some trees. during this waiting period between 23:46 and 00:14. I reset the sequence, change the profile from the OAG to a guide scope camera profile and apply that. There are not many stars around the Helix for the OAG to pick up so I found I need to use my guide scope. Once that is done, I unchecked the NGC 6946 and move it to the end so when I restart the sequence only the Helix and the flats are active in the sequence along with the new guide scope profile. All of this happened between 23:46 and 00:14.
as soon as I started the Helix sequence is when those red X’s with the White background appeared. Looking through the log it appears the issue appeared at 08/25/22 at 00:14:11.909.
I hope the attached log file is the correct file. It should be sg_logfile_20220824205121.log
Also, as a side note, I remote into the NUC running SGPro in my observatory via Splashtop Personal remote from my desktop computer.
Hope this helps,
Link to Logs
Approx time of issue: 8/25/2022 12:15 AM
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
Ver: 18.104.22.1687 (32-bit)