Thank you. I checked the previous post, and tried the solution and check if the file is empty (*.meg4 size). I still go the same error message. It was not about the size or if the setting is continuous/epoched (the data is continuous dataset).
Please let me know if you know other way to fix it.
Thank you for posting the data. After analyzing the files, it seems the issue was either at the recording session or when copying the data files.
The resource file (.res4), which contains the header indicates a 14-minute recording file (meg4), which should be a file of 1.3GB (850s * 1200Hz * 324channels *4bytes/sample), however, the available recording file weights only 595 MB, i.e., contains only ~6-minutes of data. Thus it cannot find the #1 epoch (entire recording)
Thank you for checking! I am not sure what happened during data transferring, we will further investigate the size of original data in the acq before data transferring. Hopefully this is just a one-time case.