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Disk Defragmenting

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#1 WindChimes


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Posted 11 October 2008 - 07:38 AM

When i opened the computer disk defragmenter the thing said it was unable to analyze so it said to do

Ive done both and it still has the same error message, i can't defrag my computer it has been crashing for a while and im worried that my computer may ruin

Is there anyway other possibilities that i can defrag my computer?

thanks so much

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Posted 11 October 2008 - 07:51 AM

I would download and run JK Defrag. I never use Windows.
I have used this Defrag program fo 2 yrs and I think it does an excellent job.

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Posted 11 October 2008 - 09:14 AM

Yeah I use JKdefrag too. It can usually defrag when other programs can't. But if you're worried that your computer is failing, now is the time to backup your important files to DVD-ROM and/or CD-ROM.

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Posted 11 October 2008 - 09:18 AM

Tell us exactly what you did...when you ran chkdsk. Running it in read-only mode...accomplishes nothing.

When trying to run defrag prompts advice from XP to run chkdsk...it's advisable to do so, regardless of what defrag product you may desire to use. The hard drive/file system needs chkdsk /r to be run.



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Posted 11 October 2008 - 10:35 AM

How large is your hard drive, and how much free space do you have on it? You need to have at least 15% free space for swap space, if you don't have this it can cause your computer to bog down, and you would have trouble defragging it as well.

How did you run the chkdsk? Start> My Computer> right click on C: Drive> Properties> Tools> Error Checking? Did you check at least the first choice?

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