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I have a pc with a small SSD and Adobe is feeling my Drive with +60GB of media files
from the adobe cloud. (to Users\username\AppData\... adobe ... Creative cloud libraries\LIBS)
I tired deleting the folder, but it keeps downloading again after every restart!
It's filling the drive so much windows can't keep working (13MB! left) is there a way to prevent
that of make it download to a diffrent drive??)
Already Disabled Sync and changed the Folder to another drive. Didn't help.. HELP?
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yes, open your cc desktop app on the problematic pc
click file>preferences>synching and select the folder (cannot be a drive root) you want to use:
if you've done that (and selected an allowable folder), show a screenshot similar to above.
Thanks for the Quick answer!
I already changed that in the same place.
the folder's location ther is D:\Adobe
but still it saves it to C: User's folder.
I also Paused the Sync, with no effect.
did you create the Adobe folder on your d drive?
and again, if you've done that (and selected an allowable folder), show a screenshot similar to above.
Yea, the folder exists. (empty)
I'm not near that PC right now, but I asure you I double checked
the setting is right (sync = off, folder @ D:..)
Any other setting else where controls that download of assets ?
* Is there another setting that controls that auto-download of assets ?
that's just your sync folder do you have other cc files? ie, open your cc app, click the cloud icon at the upper left and then click cc web. check the various folders (including deleted) and lightroom.
There's a lot of libraries filled with graphical assets.(about 60GB worth)
That's what's auto-downloading and filling the HD till it's end.
I'm looking for a way to prevent that.
i don't believe you can do what you want.
Are you sure this is normal CC just blindley fill the Hard drive with no regards to free space?
It only stops when the disk has 14MB!! left, and windows starts showing errors and crushing.
Sounds like a bug of somthing
i'm not certain.
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