I was going to run Defraggler when I noticed two odd things. I'm running an HP Mini 210-4000 that was purchased last year on W7 Starter SP1, 2GB RAM via an online store.
First, the size of drive C: was in a state of flux most of the time that I looked at it in Defraggler, but the amount of flux is small enough that it doesn't show in Windows Explorer. This seemed to prevent the defragmentation process from proceeding as it stayed at 0% for quite a while after the initial processes were completed. I thought Defraggler was damaged, so I uninstalled it and installed a fresh download (newer, too), but the result was the same.
Second, there is a drive Q: that has 0 space allotted to it. No, it's not the recovery partition, which is D:. and I cannot access it or its properties. I'm wondering if this could be an MBR rootkit or something similar. Spybot free, SAS trial, MBAM trial and Avast free didn't find anything bad on the computer.
Does anyone have any suggestions about these two possibly related problems?