1 Reply Latest reply: Dec 22, 2014 3:17 PM by Limbo Design RSS

    Disk space is insufficient.

    stack.jones

      The target file cannot be created.

      There are two possible reasons:

      1. Disk space is insufficient.

      2. The target file path is too long.

       

      I'm trying to output a Bridge Lightroom Flash gallery.

       

      I get the following error message

       

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      The target file cannot be created.

      There are two possible reasons:

      1. Disk space is innsufficient.

      2. The target file path is too long.

       

      Never had this happen before.

       

      I cleared out the cache. So it can't be anything like that.

      It's the latest version of Bridge.

      I'm on a new iMac with 2g storage, and 16g memory.

      Is there some kind of limitation on how many photos can be used?

      I've used up to 200 before, and this file is 300.

      It's for a major newspaper and I need to get it to the paper, as the file is the 2 year anniversary of Japan's 3.11.11. disaster, and these are HDR photos that have never bee released.

       

      Please, only real solutions here.

       

      Thanks.

        • 1. Re: Disk space is insufficient.
          Limbo Design Community Member

          I've had the exact same issue here as well. Phone support is does not work with this product and I've been in Chat "Hold" for 3 hours now.  I've replaced the output module, checked and verified all permissions, cleared all preferences, with no avail.

           

          I have not had any issue with uploading galleries for the past year, and now, all of a sudden, issues. 

           

          iMac 27", Yosemite, 16GB Mem, 800 GB space, no permissions issues as I've also tried to just save the gallery to my desktop and upload via ftp client, but Bridge says location does not exist, which, ha, it does, because its on the hard drive....