Adobe Photoshop 7.0

  Michael-240508 09:42 01 Jun 2003

Hi all
Anybody know about scratch disks.
I've been using photoshop for about a year with win 98.Kept crashing so I installed win 2000 because it manages memory better.
Had no real problems for about a fortnight now every time I open photoshop it tells me my scratch disks are nearly full.
I am now also getting crashes in photoshop.
Hard drive is defragmented and ram is optomised

  AndySD 10:17 01 Jun 2003

If you havent set the primary scratch disk to a different drive or partition then its on the C Drive..... either your drive is almost full or badly fragmented. Go Start/Programs/Accessories/System Tools and defragment the drive...If it badly fragmented it will take a while.

  Michael-240508 10:35 01 Jun 2003

Thanx for the reply. As I mentioned my hard drive is fully defragged and I have 65gb free space.

  Morpheus© 10:37 01 Jun 2003

sorry to jump in on your thread, but this time i could not help it...."scratch disk" could you tell me what it is, only i have the same thing come up.. i have adobe photoshop ver 6.1.. not knowing what it is, i just click OK, and it goes till next time...

thanks......and sorry again

  AndySD 10:37 01 Jun 2003

can you set the scratch dist to a different partition/disk?

If not uninstall and reinstall

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