When installing Defraggler,i had not enabled the option to replace windows defragmenter with defraggler.
I have ran the windows defragmenter with adminstrator rights and it is telling me that my drivers are not fragmented but i am 100000000% sure that my drive is fragmented and it has very very little storage.The other defragmenters say that my drive is almost 17% fragmented.
I don't think that i have system image backups.
I will delete the system restore points and tell you how it is going.
The trick of enabling the option to replace Windows defrag, quitting Defraggler, restarting Defraggler and disabling that option was a trick that someone had to use for Defraggler to exclude restore point files from being seen by Defraggler and thus included in Defraggler's fragmentation % report. If excluding restore points in Defraggler (Settings | Options | Advanced | Use custom fragmentation settings | Define) doesn't work, then try that trick.
Since I have System Restore disabled on all my drives, my problem with Defraggler seems to have been caused by having System Image Backups on my drives. However, your similar problem with Defraggler may have been caused by having System Restore enabled. As Willy22 mentions above...
'Defraggler has an option "Stop VSS ....... ". (Settings > Options > Advanced > .....). Tick it and rerun Defraggler. Perhaps then Defraggler won't increase the amount of used free space. The Service VSS is used for creating, among others, those System Restore Points !!!!'
So, if you both exclude restore points and stop vss , you may be able to use Defraggler with no further problems of it causing Windows to eat up your drive space by creating unneeded restore points and also reporting that your drives are fragmented due to it including restore points in its report on your drives. I have done all of the things above, but I haven't yet enabled System Restore or made another System Image Backup to test if that fixes my problem with Defraggler. As for the unneeded restore points, those should be the ones that correspond to a Defraggler usage, so you may not need to delete all of your restore points.
With respect to your being sure that your drives are fragmented, if your problem was like mine, the fragmentation is probably almost entirely due to fragmented restore points. You can check that by first analyzing the fragmented drive in Defraggler, then left-clicking on a red-colored square. If you see many "\System Volume Information" folder addresses in the "file list" of the red squares, then System Restore is your main culprit for Defraggler reporting high fragmentation.
That being said, and if I understand correctly, it is no great hindrance on normal, daily-use drive performance for restore points to be fragmented, because your system really only needs to read them when a restore is needed. So, it seems to me that it is actually not a big problem for restore points to be fragmented, and it is not worth the system resources and wear and tear on your drive to defragment them. So, you would probably be better off ignoring what Defraggler and other defraggers report for frag % and just accept what Windows defrag reports if you can't get your other defrag programs to ignore restore points.