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Windows 7: Defragmentation Problems

03 Oct 2010   #21
Thorlain

Windows 7 Professional 32bit
 
 

anyone? :S


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03 Oct 2010   #22
eldinv

DOS^
 
 

Yes wipe the drive and do a clean install.
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03 Oct 2010   #23
Thorlain

Windows 7 Professional 32bit
 
 

This was happening with a previous drive, so I don't think that will help :S
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03 Oct 2010   #24
OldMX

Microsoft Windows 10 Professional / Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Disable System Restore, Close all running applications, like messenger, web browser, etc, run CCleaner with everytyhing but the wipe free space option checked, then download Puran defrag free Edition and lt it do its magic.

Good Luck
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03 Oct 2010   #25
eldinv

DOS^
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Thorlain View Post
This was happening with a previous drive, so I don't think that will help :S
So do you believe Windows 7 is at fault or is having a bug, I assure you its not.

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03 Oct 2010   #26
Thorlain

Windows 7 Professional 32bit
 
 

Im hardly getting the warmest of responses from you so I'll take this elsewhere, thanks anyway.
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03 Oct 2010   #27
eldinv

DOS^
 
 

Did you try the previous suggestion?
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03 Oct 2010   #28
eldinv

DOS^
 
 

Two more things to check:

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Open a elevated command prompt.
In the elevated command prompt, type sfc /scannow and press Enter.
Then try to run disk defrag from the command line.
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Open a elevated command prompt.
Type defrag.exe -c -w
To run an elevated command prompt, go to Start, All Programs, Accessories.. Right click on Command Prompt and choose run as administrator.

Let's see if those two things can help. Until someone else's stops by with a suggestion.
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04 Oct 2010   #29
eldinv

DOS^
 
 

Any luck?
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