Audacity failed to read from a file in F

Hello. I have a question about the above error.
One day when I open an AUP3 file, I get the above error and can no longer open the file.
The data had been editing continuously for about 3 weeks.
I have not moved the file location or anything.
I have been using Audacity for about 3 years and this is the first time I have had this error. I posted this because I could not find the same error in the forum. I am having a very hard time…

Audacity 3.2.1
Windows 10

Problem detailes
“timestamp”: 1669683330,
“event_id”: “cc4db561cf0a84498d98adeff8131110”,
“platform”: “native”,
“release”: “audacity@3.2.1”,
“contexts”: {
“os”: {
“type”: “os”,
“name”: “Windows”,
“version”: “10.0.19045”
“exception”: {
“values”: [
“type”: “File_Error”,
“value”: “Audacity failed to read from a file in .”,
“mechanism”: {
“type”: “runtime_error”,
“handled”: false,
“data”: {
“sqlite3.rc”: “11”,
“sqlite3.context”: “SqliteSampleBlock::Load::step”

See here:

Audacity doesn’t do well with drives other than the one inside the machine.

It’s not being a delicate flower. Audacity has to be able to do all of its jobs with whatever drive you give it. It can’t, for one messy example, do critically timed, rhythm-matched music overdubbing with a cloud drive on the other side of the state.

You can push data, projects, songs, and other production stuff to whatever drive you want. Just do it while Audacity is off.