i get this error message immediately when i try to access the filter gallery.
this only happend after the dreaded NOVEMBER update of photoshop.
im on windows 10 64 bit.
nvidia gtx 980 (latest drivers)
32 GB ram
as i wrote it worked before the latest update.
but on drive I (the SSD and first scratch disk) is 155 GB free.
don ́t know why but with E active it works now.
even when E is not used as it seems (space on E is not reduced when i work).
thanks for the hint.
i disabled E again and it still works.
im 100% sure i had drive I enabled all the time as scratch disk.
is it possible that when the drive is send to sleep (energy saving in windows) this could produce the error?
but then i never had this issue before and all i have done is installing the photoshop november update.
possible the update has messed with my preferences?
The easiest answer is to "run as administrator." The problem is that all versions of Photoshop seem to want to get extra temporary space in the root of the C:\ drive. Windows doesn't let applications do that unless they are running with higher privileges. Photoshop seems to have never heard of the "Temp" directory and doesn't look for it.
I know this problem was reported back in Photoshop Elements 11 and has appeared in pretty much all later releases as well.
Conclude that the update prevented access to the scratch disc and simply changing the allocation resets. OS is Windows 7. Hope this helps.
I have photoshop CS5 , Windows 7. When selecting the Filter Gallery Option , an error window appears stating. "No more virtual tiles can be allocated.!" What happened to the filters? How can I retrieve them?
Whenever I click Filter--> Filter Gallery, I get the following error message "no more virtual tiles can be allocated".
Version of Photoshop CS6: 13.0 x32
Version of Filter Gallery: 13.0
Installed RAM: 8GB
OS: Windows 10 Home
Intel i5 Processor
I am not the admin user, maybe that is the problem?
There are several ways around it. One is to use "Run as Administrator" when you start it. I don't personally like that, but it is a quick way around.
Another one that is easy is if you have any other disk drives. You can't tell Photoshop to use the Temp/Tmp directory (apparently Adobe never heard of that). However, if you Edit | Preferences and choose the "Scratch disks" option, you can add your other disk drive and then delete the C: drive from the list. That is an excellent permanent fix until Adobe learns about Temp folders.