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Old 03-16-2007, 03:31 AM   #3
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Default Too big a hard drive?

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Photoshop requires quite a lot of scratch disk space and would soon eat up 1GB.

If that's all the free space you have then it would be worth looking at how you can free up more space or get a larger hard disk as lack of disk space is likely to be compromising performance and stability of the system.
My motto on hard disks was once, "Nobody ever bought too big a hard drive," but with really cheap big drives, that might not be entirely true today. Anyway, when getting or upgrading a computer (Mac or Win), go for more hard disk and more memory, never worry about CPU speed.
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