Scratch disk

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Can someone advise me what I need to do to stop photoshop stating scratch disk are full? I don’t understand what it means and have no idea how to fix this. It’s making it unusable. Thanks 

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LEGEND , May 12, 2021 May 12, 2021
Forget the word "scratch", your disk is too full. Take control and make sure you lots of free space - tens of GB at least. 

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May 12, 2021 May 12, 2021

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Hi

How much free space do you have on your system drive, Photoshop requires space for the scratch disk, if you're on Windows it will be the C drive and for the MAC I think it's the startup disk.

 

 

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Forget the word "scratch", your disk is too full. Take control and make sure you lots of free space - tens of GB at least. 

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Thanks. I’ve now deleted loads of files a couple of apps and did a purge on temporary files. Seems to be ok and I’ll just have to regularly do this to make sure I have enough space.

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