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    CS3 - Scratch Disk Full

    While trying to crop an image CS3 has started to tell me the scratch disk is full.

    I currently have 2 120gb internal drives, 1 for programs and OS and the other purely for Photo storage.
    I have bothed ticked as available scratch disks (OS drive has 23gb free and photo drive has 94gb free)
    Ram usage set at 1201mb (max recommended by PS) with 1668mb available overall.

    Any clues?

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    Thanks Kym. As per usual it was the idiot at the keyboard that made the error not the 'stupid computer'.

    For future reference I had the dimensions of the crop set to 1440in x 900in and 300ppi.

    Terry

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtez View Post
    Thanks Kym. As per usual it was the idiot at the keyboard that made the error not the 'stupid computer'.

    For future reference I had the dimensions of the crop set to 1440in x 900in and 300ppi.

    Terry
    lol that would have taken a fair while to process

    We have it happen to some of our computers at work and just point CS3 to the second partition as well
    Cheers, Brad




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