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That points to a permissions issue with the disk you have designated as your primary Photoshop scratch disk.
Thanks. What's the quickest way to change that designation?
In Photoshop > Preferences > Performance.
But what you should really do is fix the permissions issue on the drive(s). That will give you all kinds of other kinds of grief as well.
It's a pretty intractable problem, with several complex tradeoffs viz a viz the permissions issue.
I can't open the program at all (as you can see by the attached screen shot error message appearing before any PS panels fully load) so you can imagine that the menus have not even loaded yet, which is true.
So trying to access the filepath you recommended is impossible at this nanosecond.
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Back to your issue:
You need to trash your Photoshop preferences by holding down Command+Option+Shift as you launch Photoshop until you get a dialog box allowing you to delete your preference settings.
tks so much ! it works !