3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 23, 2014 11:36 AM by Noel Carboni

    The disk copy was changed since you last opened it. Why? Revisited this bug in 2014

    pstraus141

      There's a long thread about this problem in 2012.  I haven't seen any fix since then. Does anyone have the current information about this Photoshop problem?

       

      The basics: I open a raw NEF Nikon file. I save it as a .psd file. I make a few changes, and then save again. I often, but not  always get  the message

       

      The disk copy was changed since you last opened it.

       

      Of course, I can just ignore it, make the extra step of getting rid of the dialog, and save the file. However, sometimes I run an action on a stack of files, and I'd like to walk away from my desk for the time the action takes. I can't do this if I have to deal with Photoshop's useless warning.

       

      Has anyone found the reason for this warning? a work around?

       

       

      Thanks,

       

      Phil