Photoshop 7.0 error message!

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Dale789

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Howdy Everyone...!

I have a question on Photoshop 7.0 that I don't know how to resolve.
If anyone is an expert with Adobe Software? Your input would be helpful.

When I load my photoshop 7.0, it loads up fine, just like it always has.
However...when I OPEN the program for the very first time?
I get the following warning:

YOU CURRENTLY HAVE ADOBE PHOTOSHOP'S PRIMARY SCRATCH AND WINDOWS' PRIMARY PAGING FILE ON THE SAME VOLUME, WHICH CAN RESULT IN REDUCED PERFORMANCE. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU SET ADOBE PHOTOSHOP'S PRIMARY SCRATCH VOLUME TO BE ON A DIFFERENT VOLUME, PREFERABLY ON A DIFFERENT PHYSICAL DRIVE.

Anyone know what this means?? I really hate to plead ignorance, but I have no clue.
I originally thought that maybe the CD-burner I installed was not set-up as master or slave correctly, but all is well there.
Any Ideas? Thanks, Dale.
 

cybertech

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Scratch is like windows temp, look at help in Photoshop and it will guide you to resetting the scratch.
 
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