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Disk error using Photoshop CS2 to save a file on a Novell 5.1 network

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I installed Photoshop CS2 on a new Windows XP computer with service pack 2.

When I try to save any file in Photoshop CS2 to any directory on my Novell 5.1 server I get a “could not save as (file name) because of a disk error” I can save the file on the c: drive without a problem.

What is strange is that I can save to the same directory using Illustrator CS2, Indesign CS2, or by cutting and pasting using Windows Explorer. Therefore, it does not seem to be a network permissions issue.

Please help.
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http://photoshop911.typepad.com/help/2004/04/photoshop_and_d.html

Save locally and then move the psd to a network drive.  If you google "saving photoshop files on a network" you will find a whole host of issues related to saving directly to a network...
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