(Adobe) Scratch and Windows primary paging file?

Alright, I reinstalled my Adobe this afternoon. The installation went through normally, except when I brought the program up after installation. Before it started loading the components, a message window pops up.

“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 you set Adobe Photoshop’s primary scratch volume to be on a different volume, preferably a different physical drive.”

“Hell”, I thought, thinking it was nothing. It begun loading the components after I had ok’ed the message window, and after everything was loaded, another window came up.

“Unable to continue because of hardware or system error. Sorry, but this error is uncoverable.”

Now this is a problem, I presume completing it’s first request could probably solve the second problem. But, I’m having trouble on what to do about the primary scratch volume, I have never even heard of such a thing before.

Any help would be appreciated.

Well, the scratch file is like the windows pagefile, a temporary merrory that is used when your real ram is full. So, if you get into Photoshop again, then try…