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I've successfully been using Photoshop Elements 6 for a number of years now and have recently been getting an error message when I close my pictures in editor. It pops up about 5 times, and after I repeatedly click "continue" it will finally stop. How do I go about stopping this?
I've already tried uninstalling PE6 and then reinstalling it, but that didn't do the trick. I was advised by Photoshop that it must be an OS issue?

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Are you saving them to an external drive?
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Nope, I'm saving them to my computer's drive :confused:
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Do you have any removable drives plugged into your system at the moment?
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No, I do not.
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No external disk drives? I'm assuming you don't.

Can you try and run CHKDSK, please:

* Make sure you are logged in as an administrator *
  • Click Start, open All Programs and then Accessories
  • Right-click Command Prompt and click Run as Administrator
  • Click yes if it asks you to confirm
  • In Command Prompt, type: chkdsk /f /r

Edited by Fustigate, 21 January 2012 - 11:53 AM.

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I did this (took awhile to run). It didn't change anything. :upset:
Someone had mentioned to me they thought it could be a registry error. I'm not savvy enough
to know how I'd even check that.
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And the disk drive you are trying to save to is C:\?
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Yes, I save all my pictures on my C: drive. I can still save pictures, I'm just interrupted by that error code asking for a disk. I have to click 'continue' 5 times until it goes away.
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