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Britt Griswold <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 18 Sep 2006 10:35:04 -0400
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Installing a second internal HD or partitioning a portion of that 47+
free space into a "scratch" volume is the best advice I think. Then
pointing Photoshop to that as the Primary and your Startup as the
secondary.  The best thing you can do for speed is to add more RAM. 2
Gig is good.  I have 8 Gig in mine.


>There is 47+ gig of free space on the hard drive, and it's the only
>internal drive I have.   Are you recommending changing  the scratch
>disc to C: for both primary and secondary?  Or leave primary as
>startup and change secondary to C:  ?
>Virtual memory.  There's a rather long procedure suggested by Adobe
>to insure virtual memory is up and running, but I didn't go through
>same.  Is there a way to dump this manually or is restarting the
>only way?  Funny, restarting yesterday didn't help remove info from
>the scratch, but it was ok on startup this morning.  There's
>obviously something I'm not understanding here.  And it would be
>quite the pain to have to shut down in the middle of some project.
>A defrag is my C: drives immediate future.
>Thanks, Bruce

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