The running times were 60 seconds, 30 seconds, 20 seconds, 18 seconds, 20 seconds, 18 seconds, 17 seconds and 17 seconds. Edited by devper94, 23 May 2011 - 08:18 AM. 0 #14 happyrock Posted 23 May 2011 - 08:44 AM happyrock Tech Moderator Retired Staff 9,285 posts I just use PageDefrag once If you think they are an issue, figure out what they are and decide if you can delete them or not. Is there anything I can or should do > > to > > "fix" this defrag process? > > PageDefrag will fix you up. > > http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897426.aspx That report looks pretty his comment is here
Check to see if there is a registry cleaner already on the system;b. kamallMay 18, 2011, 10:56 AM For a thorough defrag (even alonside other programs running) download the free trial of a good automatic commercial defragger and let it run in the background. Perhaps Leo could tell you how to check this. Bill R TechSpecMay 19, 2011, 2:17 AM oztom said: I ran the XP's defrag GUI tool on a fairly new Dell's e6410 laptop and bellow is the result.- Is the fragmentation
Question: How does Auslogics hold up against the others as far as time to run and optimization? I couldn't figure out how to upload the screenshot of the Disk Defragmenter display. The disk has to work a lot harder to save files in pieces and then to find them again and this really slows your computer down. At that point maybe I could just copy the .exe file to the USB drive?
Google Will Pay You $20 to Do… Ben Stegner December 19, 2016 19-12-2016 4 Android Anti-Theft Solutions Compared: Which Is the Best? Reply « Older Comments Leave a reply: Before commenting please: Read the article. I just use the > XP defrag and PageDefrag, and rarely. I have about 25% free space of 60GB on my :C hard drive partition where the defrag is not working (running too quickly and not defragging much).
You have to install it, then run it, like most programs. Defraggler http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?s=e4b4b699ff295c10219c924df2c3da5d&showtopic=26586 "JD" <> wrote in message news:... > Jose, I appreciate your patience with me in this matter. I don't know what that >> means (perhaps someone will enlighten me), but might they be the villains >> of >> the piece? >> I'm really stumped, and in need of https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-performance/disk-defragmenter-says-some-files-did-not/20259a65-afc1-47e2-824a-75bdb9465a64?auth=1 in 2003 as a place for answers to common computer and technical questions.
You'll need to run a boot-time defrag after a conventional defrag. (3) Large fragmented files and insufficient contiguous free space for placing defragmented files . How to transfer those external hdd results to this XP's hdd might be a challenge for the future, if I understand you correctly? Mine defragged completely the very first time leaving no fragmentation. This is happening on my second drive which is not the boot drive.
The page file also seems to be very very badly fragmented.To clear up the fragmentation quickly, my suggestion is to first do a disk cleanup, and then download a free trial Otherwise it's difficult to suggest a solution. Could Not Defragment Some Files Change the values to System managed sizeor whatever they were from a manual setting. Start with search, at the top of the page.
Running in safe mode did not help either. this content Next, ensure the Registry is clean.Solution: Get and run a good registry cleaner.a. I couldn't figure out how to upload the screenshot of the Disk Defragmenter display. My recommendation is to simply do the normal defrag "every so often".
Ask Best Of Forum Glossary Members Only Facebook Podcast on Business Books My Library Free Newsletter Making Technology Work For Everyone Loading Why won't some files defrag? It reported it clean, with no files that "could not be defragmented." We've been assuming all along that it was the page file that was fragmented. They are useful for pinpointing the cause of the BSOD, so if you have no interest in them, they are expendable. http://deftmag.com/some-files/some-files-on-this-volume-could-not-be-defragment.html Ensure the Hard Disc Drive is not damaged or faulty.
It will not defrag files that are in use - like the pagefile.sys and hiberfil.sys, but they can be defragmented with 100% certainty by removing them and recreating a new file. Sir, your windows will install files system that lock from being open by users and this files will shows green colour when you defrag C: partiton or partition that you install Defragmenting your computer can be a good way to get some performance back, but you're going to experience some issues as time goes on and your computer gets older.
The only changes made to my system prior to this occuring are the removal of CA Anti-virus and the installation of Microsoft Security Essentials. Some will disagree with me however I feel now that defragmenting to often can do more harm then good. On Jan 21, 6:53 pm, "JD" <> wrote: > Here's the message after running Defrag: > Defragmentation is complete for: (C > Some files on this volume could not be defragmented. The most common reason files do not get successfully defraggedÂ is simply that there's not enough free space on the hard disk to do so.
It's likely your drives are not in their best DMA mode. Thanks, Mac2011 Attached Files JkDefragCDrive.log 999.47KB 128 downloads 0 #12 arborman Posted 23 May 2011 - 07:25 AM arborman Member Member 15 posts Pagefile fragmentation Pagefile size = 768 MB Total Auslogics Disk Defragwww.auslogics.com - it's free and it does a really good job. http://deftmag.com/some-files/some-files-could-not-defragmented-xp.html The OP is complaining about the defrag completing early due to, what I said earlier, about files being too big for the amount of free space available.This thread has bloated a
At 3%, it starts on INFO2, then a few seconds later it gives me the same message you got. The XP defragmenter cannot defrag these normally, you'll need a third party utility. This is completely normal and is not a problem. The real issue is that so many files are being accessed that it's not always as globally useful as one might think.17-Mar-2012 Reply Tom August 26, 2014 at 8:54 pm
I also don't want anything > extra running in the background "monitoring" my system cosuming CPU > ticks or memory that I can use someplace else. > > Here is a Needless to say the Registry files contained nothing which resembled the files which ‘they' were ostensibly referring to. I ran PageDefrag, > then Windows Defrag, but the result was the same as before. Solution - Run CheckDisk:a.
When it's so heavily fragmented, it will definitely affect performance. You can guess where we stand on this issue. How do I unzip it to get it installed on a USB Drive so that I can run it in Safe Mode? This is my first post.
I always receive a prompt that some files could not be defragmented "see report".Then when I view the report it does no list any files that where not defragmented, go figure? oztomMay 25, 2011, 12:50 AM The issue was caused by a software that encrypts the content of the hard drive for security reasons.Once this SW was removed, the defrag started to
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