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"no more virtual tiles can be allocated"

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Nov 19, 2019

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Since upgrading to Photoshop Elements 2020 (from 2018) yesterday, I have been getting the error "no more virtual tiles can be allocated." I am running on Windows 10 (64-bit Pro) with 16GB of RAM.

 

I never got this error in any previous version of the program, and I have been using PSE for well over 10 years.

 

I have set two scratch disks and have exited and restarted Photoshop.

 

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"no more virtual tiles can be allocated"

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Nov 19, 2019

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Since upgrading to Photoshop Elements 2020 (from 2018) yesterday, I have been getting the error "no more virtual tiles can be allocated." I am running on Windows 10 (64-bit Pro) with 16GB of RAM.

 

I never got this error in any previous version of the program, and I have been using PSE for well over 10 years.

 

I have set two scratch disks and have exited and restarted Photoshop.

 

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Could be permissions.

 

Have you tried running Elements using Run As Administrator?

https://www.itechtics.com/run-programs-administrator/

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The problem has continued even after giving my Elements 2020 shortcut run as admin rights. The error is actually coming from Elements Auto Creations 2020. I've seen a thread from another user reporting the same problem. I don't see any way to give this process admin rights.

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