I get a message that my scratch disc is full. I cant start photoshop. I have previously been able to use photoshop on this computer. Any ideas how to solve this? (I'm using a Mac).
How much room do you have on your hard drive?
You can change your settings under Preferences/Scratch Disks.
Move some files off your scratch disk onto other drives or externals.
I have about 6 GB left, how much do i need?
I would clear out at least double that space. The issue is Photoshop utilizes disk space (scratch disk) when working so it will drop down temporarily while working as well.
6 GB remaining is extremely low and can also lead to Mac OS failures due to a full HD.
I run my Mac with at least 50 GB free.
I have the exact same problem with my Photoshop, it won't work because it says my scratch disk is full. Problem is, I have 54GB free space. I have a MacBook Air.
Do you think something is wrong with my laptop or Photoshop?
Still might be not enough for big files. However.... does this happen to you specifically when you try to create a NEW document? If so check your units: probably you have inches instead of pixels.
hi, I am getting a scratch disk full error when I try to launch photoshop. I don't know how to clear the scratch disk on my Macbook pro. Can anybody help?