Scratch Disk full bur have 200gb of space available

Community Beginner ,
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Good day guys

 

Please point me in the right direction.

When i try to save my photo back to lightroom with the changes i made in photoshop it gives me scratch disk is full, but i have more than 200GB of space.

 

I have tried -

Disk Cleanup

Temp files deleted 

Purg.

 

And stil it does the same ??? 

 

Please HELP.

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Adobe Community Professional , May 05, 2021 May 05, 2021
The message in your screenshot does not say scratch disk full, it says disk full. What space do you have on the disk to which you are saving your image. Dave

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Please show a screenshot of Photoshop Preferences > Scratch Disks. It's under the Edit menu.

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That's weird. The only thing I can think of is to reset preferences.

 

In case you want to ask why that should help: Resetting preferences is not just about zeroing out your own settings. Everything related to the configuration of the application goes into the prefs file, and if it's corrupted, lots of weird things can happen. Resetting returns the application to clean factory state. Preferences are prone to corruption because they are rewritten on every exit, as opposed to program files that are read-only.

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Still does the same

I am at the point of uninstalling and reinstalling.

 

been at this for 3hours now.

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The message in your screenshot does not say scratch disk full, it says disk full. What space do you have on the disk to which you are saving your image.

Dave

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Not sure, how do i check to where it wants to save the image ?

 

Thanks

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You just pointed me in the right direction !

Thank you DAVE.

 

It wanted to save tiff file where the photo was stored on, That drive was full.

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You're welcome - glad to help 🙂

Dave

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