|05 Jul 2011||#2|
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Defrag recovery drive!? Leave that drive alone!
See, defrag helps speed up things on the drive that has the OS/programs/games installed. A recovery drive is just meant to recover your computer to factory state should something go wrong on the current windows install. Theres nothing you need to speed up there.
Create your recovery disk set before you do anything else.
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