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over 400% defragmentation and I cant do a thing about it


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Dexter0

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Well This time I realy let myself go..I have 4.18 avg fragmetns per file now and the bad part it defrag wownt work, its goonna compatc 1 file and move it but It wownt change anything, not even .01 of fragmentation. I have a hunch its cause I have only 17% free disk space. If thats soo, how much free space do I need to get a clean defrag and if not than any ideas on how do defrag it ?

Thank you in advance :whistling:

Edited by Dexter0, 16 September 2006 - 10:39 PM.

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Run disc clean up, click more options, click clean up restore points, click OK

Reboot to safe mode then run disc defragmenter
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WOW, didnt know about system restore...that was like 4GB, thank you, so far the defrag is looking good :whistling:
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