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nonosma

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I went to defrag my hard drive the other day and it seems that my defrag stuff is no longer on my comp.
I have no idea what happened to it, as I am not a frequent user of this thing, but I am now not able to compact my files, and have a need to. Is there somewhere to get this software or to dl it to get it back/ Or could this be a bigger problem? Also, I have some weird stuff staring in my start up of my comp. I have an E-Fat something or other and also I have a cftmon something or other on there as well.
Are they something I should worry about as well?

Thank you!
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Edited by nonosma, 12 May 2007 - 09:34 PM.

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Neil Jones

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The defragmenter program lives in C:\Windows\System32 and its called dfrg.msc.
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You only need firewall, antivirus, anti syware at startup. ctfmon can be removed from your startup list but don't remove from computer.

try other free defrag programs.

http://www.majorgeek...frag_d5266.html
http://www.kessels.com/JkDefrag/
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To simply "turn off" ctfmon Go to :Control Panel>Regional and Language Options>Languages>Details>Advanced, and check the box that says "Turn off advanced text services." If that creates problems, go back and turn it back on. Ctfmon uses a lot of CPU time.
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