Scratch disk on a laptop is full

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Celcius
Aug 7, 2009
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Hi all!
I recently had to use my laptop with CS2 installed to get a number of RAW photos processed.
After a while, I could not crop any longer because my "scratch disks were full", so was phtoshop telling me.
I only have one disk (320 meg), but search me if I know how to emty it… I don’t even know where the so called scraatch disk is located. I looked up the term in the help file, but theyre’s nothing on this subject. Please help.
Thanks,
Marcel

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JD
Aug 7, 2009
Celcius wrote:
Hi all!
I recently had to use my laptop with CS2 installed to get a number of RAW photos processed.
After a while, I could not crop any longer because my "scratch disks were full", so was phtoshop telling me.
I only have one disk (320 meg), but search me if I know how to emty it… I don’t even know where the so called scraatch disk is located. I looked up the term in the help file, but theyre’s nothing on this subject. Please help.
Thanks,
Marcel

On Windows XP:

CS3: Edit > Preferences > Performance Should show you where your scratch disk is located.

My scratch disk appears when I start CS3 and disappears when I close CS3. I’m not sure if there is any other way to clear the scratch disk. I’ve never seen the error before.


JD..
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Celcius
Aug 8, 2009
"JD" wrote in message
Celcius wrote:
Hi all!
I recently had to use my laptop with CS2 installed to get a number of RAW photos processed.
After a while, I could not crop any longer because my "scratch disks were full", so was phtoshop telling me.
I only have one disk (320 meg), but search me if I know how to emty it… I don’t even know where the so called scraatch disk is located. I looked up the term in the help file, but theyre’s nothing on this subject. Please help.
Thanks,
Marcel

On Windows XP:

CS3: Edit > Preferences > Performance Should show you where your scratch disk is located.

My scratch disk appears when I start CS3 and disappears when I close CS3. I’m not sure if there is any other way to clear the scratch disk. I’ve never seen the error before.


JD..

Thanks JD.
I don’t have "Preferences > Performance" in CS2. However, although I had tried to open and close Photoshop before to no avail, this AM, I turned it on and it worked. I guess I should haved re-booted Windows.
Marcel
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JD
Aug 8, 2009
Celcius wrote:
"JD" wrote in message
Celcius wrote:
Hi all!
I recently had to use my laptop with CS2 installed to get a number of RAW photos processed.
After a while, I could not crop any longer because my "scratch disks were full", so was phtoshop telling me.
I only have one disk (320 meg), but search me if I know how to emty it… I don’t even know where the so called scraatch disk is located. I looked up the term in the help file, but theyre’s nothing on this subject.
Please help.
Thanks,
Marcel

On Windows XP:

CS3: Edit > Preferences > Performance Should show you where your scratch disk is located.

My scratch disk appears when I start CS3 and disappears when I close CS3. I’m not sure if there is any other way to clear the scratch disk. I’ve never seen the error before.


JD..

Thanks JD.
I don’t have "Preferences > Performance" in CS2. However, although I had tried to open and close Photoshop before to no avail, this AM, I turned it on and it worked. I guess I should haved re-booted Windows.
Marcel

I went from PS7 to CS3 but PS always has a way to set various preferences. Click on Edit, and it’s at the bottom of the list.

Oh well.


JD..

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