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In article , Eric Stevens
I have 436 photographs of the front and back of coins. I am trying to
use variables to organise them in matched front and back pairs. Every
thing is going well until I get to apply the data sets when I get the
message "Could not apply the data set because of a disk error".
photoshop passes along the errors that the os returns, so if it says
disk error, then you have a disk error. fix it.
I had already run CHKDSK /F and found no change. There are a multitude
of possible disk errors and in this case it turned out to not be a
hardware fault. I have described it elsewhere.
yep. i saw that. it was indeed a disk error because you didn't provide
an absolute path when one was expected.
But everywhere else it was quite satisfied with a relative path.
that doesn't mean it always will.
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