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defrag problem, stays at 0


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meeshagrl

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Per title, I have a used system that i purchased from local comp. sales individual. I do a lot of surfing so thought i would do a defrag. system is 6-9 mths old. I have always put on defrag and walked away, this time however i was home for a week so thought i would try it thru day. After 4 hrs i came back and it still reg. at 0. Does anyone know why this would happen, it has probably been doing the same thing all along but never noticed.

System says powered by asus
256 ram
pent 3

I don't seem to have a my comp. on selection when i go to start to bring up info, and when i reboot it goes to fast for me to write info down. I am very new so don't know a lot.

It was suggested to me to download a prog. called defraggler, i did this but cannot access because of error message saying i have no kernel 32dll or something like that.
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What Operating System?
How much total space on hard drive.....how much free space

Download Auslogics Defrag from my signature below. It does a better job then windows defrag in my opinion. It will show you how much space you pick up free and how much speed also. Please reply with the above requested info
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Download Auslogics Defrag from my signature below. It does a better job then windows defrag in my opinion.


I also recommend Auslogics Defrag. Try using it and see if it works. You should also make an Everest Report. Click on "Everest Instructions" in my sig, and follow the steps.
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rshaffer61

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to get system info go to Start>Run Right click on My Computer>Properties
All info except register stuff. Personal info not needed

Please download CPUz from my signature below
Save it to your desktop.
Click on the icon it creates and let it run
I need two bits of information from it. First click on the Mainboard tab at the top of the window and give me
Manufacturer and model number it shows
Second click on the Memory tab and give me the Type and Size of memory it shows.

To find hard drive info go to
Start>My Computer>Right click on C drive>Properties
need total drive space and free space

If you run Everest it will give us all this info I believe
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If you run Everest it will give us all this info I believe


Yea it will. You can get the info needed by following rshaffer's steps, or you could use Everest. It's a matter of personal choice. Also post the model and make of your computer.
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