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Disque de travail saturé

New Here ,
Apr 01, 2021 Apr 01, 2021

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Bonjour à tous,

 

je n'arrive pas à ouvrir photoshop car ça indique que mes disques de travail sont saturés. Le problème c'est que j'ai plus de 5 G de libre donc je ne comprend pas le problème (sur internet il est marqué que 2G sont suffisants).  Je ne souhaite pas modifier un fichier trop volumineux. J'ai réussi a l'ouvrir une fois par chance et a appliquer 1 changement, puis quand je continue ça indique que aucun changement n'est possible a cause du disque saturé.

 

Merci pour vos retours.

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Apr 01, 2021 Apr 01, 2021

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5GB is not sufficient space for scratch disk. Photoshop will use that on opening before you start working on files. In use the scratch file can easily exceed 100GB.

Either clear space on your existing disk or hold down Cmd + Opt keys during launch to get the scratch disk setting dialogue and set it to an alternative disk drive.

 

Dave

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Jun 04, 2024 Jun 04, 2024

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Salut as tu pu régle le probleme ?

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Jun 04, 2024 Jun 04, 2024

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The solution is what it says above: clear out/get more disk space.

 

The Photoshop scratch disk is not a setting. It is real, physical disk space.

 

For efficient Photoshop operation, you need at least 100 - 150 GB, but if you're working with big files, you may need up to a TB or more.

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