- Restart your computer.
- Open LR and then check again.
- If that does not work try providing complete read and write permissions on the all adobe folders.
- C:\Program Files\Adobe*
- C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe*
- C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe*
- C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe*
- C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe*
- /[startup disk]/Library/Application Support/Adobe
- /[startup disk]/Library/Preferences/com.adobe
- /Users/[user]/Library/Application Support/Adobe
Thank you for the quick response, the problem still occurs after restart. And I have no idea how to set the permissions as you suggested. One thing I have noticed, since the update LR is using more memory than ever before. CPU running at 40%+ and Memory at 700 - 2,600 MB, and slows the whole pc down. This was not the case before the last update.
I am running Windows 10
Thank you Rohit.
II have unchecked the box and restarted LR but the problem still exists. There is no change.
- To provide permissions, navigate to each of the folders and then right click on the folder - click on security - Edit - add and type everyone, click ok , click apply and keep clicking yes every time it prompts you.
Thank you again, sadly after doing all that, I am still unable to move a file within LR. :-(
I am still unable to move any file, whilst the cpu usage goes through the roof. Is it possible to go back to a previous release ie before the last update?
Is it possible to go back to a previous release ie before the last update?
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Thank you John. I will revert and await a bug fix.