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So... I finally downloaded the "diskeeper Lilte" and now I get this message... Any idea whiy/suggestions?

Findings on C:

Diskeeper has completed a defragmentation run on this volume and there remain 2 fragmented files and/or directories and 2 excess fragments. (There were 1223 excess fragments before the defragmentation run, and now there are 99% less.)

The average number of fragments per file is 1.00.

On average, you have 0% excess fragments per file on this volume. This is a slightly fragmented volume. You should schedule Diskeeper to run at least once a day (if you haven't already done so) to keep fragmentation at a low level.

ALSO.. Someplace during the process, it states that I should set it or put it(the defragmenting) on a schedule but does not give ANY idea as to where or how...
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It means that the program finished defrag successfully and everything is ok. You don't need to set defragging schedule. Once in a while run it manually.
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Thanks much... this new defrag is MUCH faster than the one that came with the Dell
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