Scratch disks are full?
March 23, 2009 1:38am CST
Does anybody know what the error "Scratch disks are full." means? I'm trying to install and run Photoshop on my laptop and this is the message I keep getting. I would really like to use Photoshop rather than Paint.Net but until I figure this out I'm stuck. Any help is appreciated.
16 Apr 09
You needed to upgrade or add memory/RAM. 1GB would be fine. And you needed to adjust Photoshop memory usage. To do this, Go to File Preferences Performance Then adjust the memory usage, make it 70% or more. I hope your problem will be solved. Happy myLotting!
3 Apr 09
Check the disk, where you have installed your Windows has enough space for Photoshop to work (min 1.5 GB). As Photoshop require large amount of space for Scratch disk you must clean up your disk drive by uninstalling some software or something to make the enough space.
11 May 09
I used to get this kind of error too. It occurs really often when I have too many programs running. What I did was freed up some disk space by deleting unneeded files then restarted the laptop. The trick did it :)