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Windows 7: Volume Dirty Explained Please

02 May 2010   #1
WheelChair

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit
 
 
Volume Dirty Explained Please

Hello Nice Persons!

I am getting a poor rating on my HDD in "disk data transfer rate" and when I do a System Health Scan it comes up with System Diagnostics Report that reads for the HDD (Please Note: this is a VelcoRaptor 10K RPM Drive) "root\cimv2:SELECT __Relpath, Name, Description, FileSystem, VolumeDirty FROM Win32_LogicalDisk Where DriveType = 3 and VolumeDirty = true"

I know you are all cussing me out right now becuase there are 10 threads with Volume Dirty on the forums but none of them explain what that is what does the volume diirty mean?

Attempting to understand so I know what to do.

Any assistance would be most helpful!

Wheels

In case it is needed I have Win 7 64Bit, i7 2.93 Quad, GTX 480 DirectX 11, Killer Xeno...

Thanx again,

W__


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02 May 2010   #2
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by WheelChair View Post
Hello Nice Persons!

I am getting a poor rating on my HDD in "disk data transfer rate" and when I do a System Health Scan it comes up with System Diagnostics Report that reads for the HDD (Please Note: this is a VelcoRaptor 10K RPM Drive) "root\cimv2:SELECT __Relpath, Name, Description, FileSystem, VolumeDirty FROM Win32_LogicalDisk Where DriveType = 3 and VolumeDirty = true"

I know you are all cussing me out right now becuase there are 10 threads with Volume Dirty on the forums but none of them explain what that is, what does the volume diirty mean?

Attempting to understand so I know what to do.

Any assistance would be most helpful!

Wheels

In case it is needed I have Win 7 64Bit, i7 2.93 Quad, GTX 480 DirectX 11, Killer Xeno...

Thanx again,

W__
WheelChair.
See if this links helps you understand what it means.
Let us know if you have any further questions.

Fsutil dirty
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