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See More Friends Photoshop Forums EMERGENCY ROOM Submit Tutorial Design Center Photoshop Tips & Tricks Photoshop Emergency InfoManager About Blog powered by Typepad « FAQ: Joining Images for Montage | Main | Washed out prints... » Photoshop and Disk errors Iris from NY USA, using Photoshop 5.5 with Mac OS9.2, writes in with: [Quote:] I suddenly cannot open Photoshop because of damage to a disc. Was working on a file that I chaged from RGB to CMYK without flattening. Disk errors are actually not a Photoshop problem... but they are a problem If the error said "Disk Error" that means any number of things: * The disk is full * Part of the file was written over a corrupt block * Something interrupted the flow of data * The recipient disk speed is too variable or slow (as in Zip Disk) This error really has nothing to do with Photoshop. If you can help, just comment below! Thank you! PLEASE don't post new questions here! GET ANSWERS at the Photoshop 911 EMERGENCY ROOM Also remember: you probably wouldn't have to ask this question if you picked up any of these excellent training aids. ---------------------- 2004.04.05 | Permalink Comments Photoshop 7 will not work on a hard drive over 1 terabyte. I just installed a 1.5terabyte drive and it continues to tell me it cannot initialize because the scratch disk are full. It runs perfect on a 300gig, 200gig and 120gig hard drive. Hope this helps someone having SCRATCH DISK ERRORS on newer larger hard drives. Posted by: rudyt | 2010.04.06 at 17:32 I had the same problem. I couldn't intialize because there was not enough RAM. Having 12 gigs of RAM I knew this wasn't the case. I had three versions of Photoshop installed (4.0, 5.5 and 6). I uninstalled 5.5 and now it works fine. Thanks to the poster above. Posted by: Tom B | 2009.11.16 at 18:17 Thanks alot for the help..I was getting Error Number: -113 and now it worked fine Posted by: ash | 2009.10.18 at 14:16 hey guys hello to all of you...i had the same problem regarding "cannot open .... because the scratch disk is full". i tried to find the answer to solve the problem here...but i didn't find anything here so i will say what i did and worked for me... I deleted useless things from the disk that contained photoshop, and so freeing about 4gb of space and now i can use it as i did before. i hope this post helps you too...good luck with your work! Posted

seem to span entire CS, including installerCOW Forums : Adobe Photoshop << PREVIOUS • VIEW ALL • PRINT • NEXT >> • "Cannot save due to disk error" on Photoshop - problems seem to span entire CS, including installer by Nick Andert on Feb 4, 2012 at 6:44:01 am So, this one's a doozy. First, system specs: OSX 10.6.8 2.4GHz Intel Core i5 15" Macbook Pro 4GB 1067 MHz DDR3 RAM 320GB Internal HD with 46GB Free So, I'm running nice old outdated Adobe CS2 (can't tell you the more specific version of PS as it's currently uninstalled and won't reinstall), and out of the blue, it starts giving http://photoshop911.typepad.com/help/2004/04/photoshop_and_d.html me 'cannot save due to disk error' when I try to save a new file (pretty average size). This happened on every file of any size, whether it be a new file or an existing file. It doesn't allow me to go to the save dialogue, but comes up immediately after choosing 'save' or 'save as' from the menu. 'Save for web' gets me through the normal optimization window, but https://forums.creativecow.net/thread/244/863942 when choosing to go forward into the save dialogue box it simply crashes. Tried simple rebooting, prefs deleting, disk permissions repair, none of it worked. Everything else on my computer works fine, BUT I tried Illustrator, and then InDesign, and they simply refused to acknowledge that I chose 'save' or 'save as', but didn't give me the error message. Same thing happens for 'save for web' in Illustrator that happened for Photoshop. So, I figured uninstall reinstall was the best bet. I uninstalled PS and tried reinstalling it from the disks (before I realized the problem was across all CS programs), and the install program on the disk goes through until I need to enter the admin password, and then just stops doing anything. It remains open and responsive, but with no windows open, and a useless menu up top that doesn't allow me to get anywhere. Then I figured out it was across all of CS and figured Bridge might be the issue, so uninstalled that, but I'm still getting the installer problem. Soooo at this point I'm pretty much out of ideas. Anyone have any way to tackle this? Side note, I did install the latest OSX security update last night, but I ran PS succe


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