10 Replies Latest reply on Feb 14, 2018 2:17 AM by Mobius Strip

    Photoshop complains scratch disks are full, gives no way to fix it?

    Mobius Strip Level 2

      For some reason, Photoshop won't start on my system; it quits after complaining that the scratch disks are full.  There are two giant problems with this.


      1. It doesn't say what the current scratch disks are, or provide any way of changing them. There's no excuse for this; even if it's somehow too burdensome to provide a UI to change the disks, why does the dialog not tell us the current scratch disks so we can do something about it?


      2. The fullest disk on my system has 6 GB free.  If Photoshop can't start with 6 GB, then it needs serious work.


      Is this a reported defect?


      Thanks for any insight.