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Lightroom Classic: iMac - Logic Board NVMe images to Internal SSD 2TB

LEGEND ,
Aug 08, 2021 Aug 08, 2021

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iMac with Catalina as OS.

I just rebuilt this machine with a new i7 CPU and a Samsung 870EVO SSD.

I have my OS on the 256GB PCIe/NVMe logic board drive along with all of my apps inc LR & PS.

I have also got the same system on the new SSD as well 2TB. Ya....I'm going after for major throughput.

Here's the deal. When I copy my library of images from my external drive, 108GB to the pictures folder, I get a dialog of that it has run out of space, they're by it must be copying to the 256GB NVMe. hhmmm. I AM booted from the NVMe positively, as I am going for that 3500 speed over the 560 of the SSD.....are you with me? I know....I am doing overkill, but since its there, I thought I'd make the 'best' of it....right. Can anyone tell me why/how to resolve to getting my images to the 2TB SSD.    .........Wait....this just made me think. If I rebooted off the SSD...I could do it....but I did.......or did I?? I will unmount the NVMe and boot from another external and try copying via using its OS.            .....Just a thought.......I think I just worked out....but........what if??  ......

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Aug 09, 2021 Aug 09, 2021

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Please go to Help>System Info… and get us the exact installed version number of your software. 

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