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Windows Xp Defrag Not Working Properly
I copied the one from the ServicePackFiles\i386 folder over, and restarted the Defragmenter, and it worked!
16/02/2006 11:55 The answer is always "out there", youve just got to find it Terry 12/12/2004 12:42 p.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter I also have tried everyhting, but still Method 1 Defragment in Windows XP 1 Open the Disk Defragmenter utility. Grab this deal! 28 hours 16 minutes LIMITED TIME OFFER Crazy Monday Sale BoostSpeed Premium Reg. $59.95 now $39.57 Grab this deal and save $20.38! his comment is here
Your solution was so easy, even I, a computer illiterate, was able to do it, and within seconds.
I can get to my defrag and it starts, but at 4% my computer reboots. In general, Vista's defragger is designed for the average user and is thus tuned for automatic behind-the-scenes work: by default, the defrag utility is scheduled to run weekly. YOU RULE!!!!! re-booted pc, diskeeper boot time defrag started then stopped saying chkdsk is set to run on this drive, cannot defrag a dirty volume.
- It's "chkdsk(space)/f", right?
- At last!
- To get Vista's defragger to give you some information about your hard disk, and to control which hard disk or partition it defragments, you will need to use the command line
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6/01/2006 7:24 a.m. #re: How Click the Windows button (previously the Start button in earlier versions of Windows), the All Programs menu item and the Accessories menu item. It's the second hard drive, ( designated as the "F" hard drive ), that no longer defrags on command, as it used to. System restore and defrag don't work!?
You can find this by clicking the Start menu, selecting All Programs, then Accessories, then System Tools. YOU RULE!!!!! Using the site is easy and fun. if you've ever installed some third party disk defragmenting utility (diskeeper, perfectdisk, ...) then check this link.
YOU RULE!!!!! After this, of course, I no DID have an instance of the DFRGNTFS.EXE in that System32 folder. Here are my MiniToolBox results: MiniToolBox by Farbar Version: 18-12-2013 Ran by HP_Owner (administrator) on 23-12-2013 at 02:07:46 Running from "C:\Documents and Settings\HP_Owner\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\B6FS4XKW" Microsoft Windows XP Home MS TCP Loopback interface 0x2 ...00 11 09 47 f4 4e ......
A disk check has been scheduled. A error window opens saying that "Windows can not open this file" "To open this porgram windows need to know what program created it" do you have anyother suggestions. YOU RULE!!!!! Loading...
USB drives will not recognize..."Disk is not formatted. http://thumbd.net/windows-xp/how-to-defrag-windows-xp-step-by-step.html David H 24/08/2005 2:51 p.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter Great tip! Thanks much. Make sure that the Paging File Size for selected Drive for the Drive partition you want to Defrag has either a custom at least 2 times the amount of installed RAM
Sheree 30/08/2005 12:21 a.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter defrag does'nt work pauline eells 30/08/2005 9:27 p.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter My defrag problem To defragment a particular drive, say C:, type: defrag c: -v -r The "-r" option tells the defragmentation utility to treat files that are fragmented with 64 MB fragments or larger any other ideas? weblink This is posted as a last step as a fix for the problem you just described. ---------- Just wanted to say...
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29/01/2006 4:05 p.m. #re: How
Thanks for this board and all the input though, because it is what gave me the idea and the courage to experiment!
My good old Windows Defrag is now working with its former gusto. Thanks, Lindsay Lindsay 5/11/2005 11:19 a.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter A very pleasant site which made me passed an owl moment. Disconnect additional hardware If you have an external hard drive connected, disconnect it before trying to defragment your main hard drive. 8. but nothing happens then either.
Check that you have enough free space to defragment You will usually get a separate defrag error if you don’t have enough free space to defragment. Manual Defragmentation There are of course reasons why you might want to override this default mechanism. YOU RULE!!!!! check over here Please try again later.
Again many thanks - priceless!