As you are receiving a disk error could you please let us know which version Photoshop are you using and on which operating system?
Thanks for your reply, I am using the latest version of Photoshop CC on Windows 10.
Thank you for the information, please check your recycle bin and make sure that it's not full.
I've checked, it's empty.
Do you have any updates for this issue?
It seems that even a newly created file is also having this problem, likewise, I've created a new Photoshop file yesterday, saved it in our shared drive, tried to open it today and the same 'Could not complete your request because of a disk error' message came up.
i am on high sierra, macpro
Creative cloud photoshop opening RAW files from Nikon D750
getting this error many times now
adobe tech support replaced the RAW plug in and it helped for 5 minutes and now problem even worse. over 10/100
Surprised Adobe personnel haven't answered this. I found a solution on another forum, and even though it makes no sense, it worked for me:
- Open Photoshop
- Go to : Edit-> Preferences -> Type
- Go to : Choose Text Engine Options
- Change radio button selection from : East Asian - to - Middle Eastern
- Press OK.
- Close Photoshop and reopen it.
It worked for me too! Thank you so much!
Switching the Text Engine should have zero impact on hard drive errors or usage. Moreover, many users cannot switch engines due to language usage (none of the Japanese-specific features, for instance, are available with the Middle Eastern engine and vis-versa). If the problem disappeared after this switch then either a) it was coincidence or b) some setting file got reset with the switch and if you switch back, the problem should not return.
Hope that helps,
Thanks, I'll reset it, but those steps were the last thing I tried. I only tried this after everything else you would normally do - as anyone who has used Adobe software for 20+ years would know.
So, I can't write off the solution and the problem being solved as non-causal.
Also, positing only these two options on a thread where others are finding the solution to work seems sort of counter-productive, considering the purpose of this forum and thread.