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This may be the fault of Windows or Iomega. But I want to ask the question here because Photoshop is the only program I have which exhibits this behavior. If I try to "Save As..." to the hard drive (C), no trouble. However, if I try to save to the ZIP 750 USB drive, the computer hangs for a while, and then I get the message that the directory of disk B is full and to choose another destination. The ZIP drive is actually drive G, there is no disk B. This is Photoshop version 6 (with update) running in ...

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    Default Save As... (to ZIP disk) = Directory of Disk B is full?

    This may be the fault of Windows or Iomega. But I want to ask the question here because Photoshop is the only program I have which exhibits this behavior.

    If I try to "Save As..." to the hard drive (C), no trouble. However, if I try to save to the ZIP 750 USB drive, the computer hangs for a while, and then I get the message that the directory of disk B is full and to choose another destination.

    The ZIP drive is actually drive G, there is no disk B. This is Photoshop version 6 (with update) running in Windows XP Pro. I know there were problems with ATAPI ZIP drives being assigned drive letter B in earlier versions fo Windows. But this USB drive on this machine seems to have no trouble being drive G, and the Save As dialog in Photoshop shows drive G, not drive B. Yet attempts to save to drine G results in the message about drive B being full.

    Anyone have any ideas? Could this be a version problem with Photoshop 6 running on XP? (The KB says they are compatible.)

    Thanks for any suggestions!
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    Sally Guest

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    Default Re: Save As... (to ZIP disk) = Directory of Disk B is full?

    Never save to removable media from Photoshop. Always save to your
    harddrive and then copy the file to the removable media.

    Bob

    Bob Guest

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    Default Re: Save As... (to ZIP disk) = Directory of Disk B is full?

    Never save to removable media from Photoshop. Always save to your
    harddrive and then copy the file to the removable media.

    Bob


    Bob Guest

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    Default Re: Save As... (to ZIP disk) = Directory of Disk B is full?

    Sorry about the dupe. A bit of a newsreader problem.

    Bob

    Bob Guest

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    Default Re: Save As... (to ZIP disk) = Directory of Disk B is full?

    Never save to removable media from Photoshop. Always save to your
    harddrive and then copy the file to the removable media.

    dave
    dave Guest

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    Default Re: Save As... (to ZIP disk) = Directory of Disk B is full?

    Is this an automatic reply?
    Sally Guest

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    Default Re: Save As... (to ZIP disk) = Directory of Disk B is full?

    Is this an automatic reply?
    r_harvey Guest

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    Default Re: Save As... (to ZIP disk) = Directory of Disk B is full?

    No Sally, the boys are just playing. (They generally offer good advice in spite of the bad humor).
    Don Guest

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    Default Re: Save As... (to ZIP disk) = Directory of Disk B is full?

    No relation, with what u r asking and Photoshop,,
    u save wer ever u want ,, but I think u have problem with ur pc,, so do it simple,, save in ur hard drive and transfer it to ur zip drive after
    azzamsheer Guest

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    Default Re: Save As... (to ZIP disk) = Directory of Disk B is full?

    azz, i think your y and o keys are stuck.
    dave Guest

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