You may not have asked the right question.
Plate Solving is, by definition, something done to a picture.
However, I see you are using Sequence Generator Pro. If you are trying SGP for the plate solve, you do not need a picture before starting your session. You can tell SGP to slew the scope to wherever you want (by telling it the RA and Dec.) That does not require an image. SGP will do what is necessary to move the scope to the target area, and take a picture. It then PLATE SOLVES that picture to determine where it is. If it is where it belongs, fine. If it is not, it figures where it is, and moves again to where it should be, takes another picture, and Plate Solves again, and again, until it is in the right place, or runs out of tries (which you have specified.)
Before trying the slewing and Plate Solving, though, you should be reasonably well polar aligned, and your mount should be able to do a goto all by itself. If it cannot do that, then SGP will not be able to do it for you. (In addition, have your scale set before trying this if at all possible. )
Edited by Alex McConahay, 21 April 2017 - 03:08 PM.