So I asked this question and received an answer that pointed me in the right direction. After a little bit of research I found some additional information including a program that potentially fixes the error. But additionally, the answer solves a general class of problems, not just the specific instance that I found.
I renamed the question to indicate that it answers the general question.
Does etiquette dictate that I add the research to the question or as a comment to the answer (since it was the answerer who did the hard work)? I indicated that the answerer was responsible for leading to the research in the edit to the question.