I always do my maintenance on weekends, and I've just done a defrag of my "C" drive.
It completed fine, but said that there was only 1 file that could not be defragmented at:
C:\windows\system32\V_C12M.mpeg. It's 192MB and contains 1664 fragments.
Now this was obviously a video so I played it and it's simply a Sony Vaio screensaver!!
My question is, to get a perfect defrag can I either delete this or say, move it to my "D" drive?
After all, it's only a screensaver that I never use. I know that this folder contains very important files, but surely it's safe for me to delete this?
After the defrag I clicked on "analyse" again, and it still said that the volume needs to be defragmented.