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You only have 42GB free space left on your system drive. That's not much. You really should free up some space - not just for Photoshop, but for your entire system's present and future performance. A system drive should never be allowed to fill up beyond 60% or so.
Thanks for the advice, i've been through my Imac storage yesterday and everything I need is on. Should I look into getting a external hard drive, Do you have any in mind if so?
Hello! I have the same problem. But as you can see, 281 GB is also not enough. I have 10k image open, one layer, no blend modes just retouching with stamp tool. It's a bot ridiculous situation, when "only" 42GB is not enough for your photo editor. Not 42 MB, but 42 gigs! 42 000 MB!!! My original jpg is 21MB only?!
But when it comes to 281 GB, i don't know what to think anymore. Is it.. normal? Any help would be nice.
I'm having this issue too - whenever I open photoshop or try and do even a little work on a file I get the dreaded 'scratch disks are full' response. Can someone please help??
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Exactly how much space do you have for the scratch disk, can you please provide as much information as possible, saying "I'm having this issue too" without giving any details is not going to help us to help you.
If you're on a MAC take a look here
Hello, I'd like to know which dot version of Photoshop you are running?
Try to update to 19.1.4 to see if it fixes the issue.