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Along with other recent problems encountered , I noticed that Diosk Defragmenter has disappeared.

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Hi. When did this start? What other issues are you noticing? Have you sent a HiJackThis logfile to our malware Specialists? If not, I suggest having them analyze the log, and then coming back to us with the results.
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Most likely you still have the actual .exe file and something in your registry has changed. Have you checked that out?
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Sorry a little off topic, but I think you might want to stay away from the disk defragmenter program DISK KEEPER 10(If thats what you're using, probably not).

I installed it from a disk in my Maximum PC magazine (trial version) and after defraging 2 times, it somehow corrupted my system files and I had to re-install windows. :whistling: Oh well maybe its because mine was a trial :blink: , but I'm sticking with windows defragmenter from now on. Besides, I dont think it's that much worse than those shareware defragers.

OOps, i just moticed you were probably refering to Windows disk defragmenter.
Nevermind that comment then. . .http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=154759&st=0&gopid=945938&#
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Edited by Tim'A, 09 April 2007 - 12:25 PM.

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