But I do see it pay off for those with DMA issues.Remember that Windows does not report this accurately so do that flip.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Good Luck ,NicRic A suggestion. It is annoying to have any unresolvable fragmentation in the report. The "report" pane was always empty, and it was mystifying. http://deftmag.com/some-files/some-files-on-this-volume-could-not-be-defragmented-fix.html
Anyway, apologies to all concerned for naming the wrong paper in the first place. « Blue Wallpaper in backround!! | Corrupt User Profile, cannot copy data to new one » Checking with > PageDefrag again, I found the same list of 10 files (page file and nine > from System32) all showing the number "1" in the right column. > Here's Related Resources solved My external hard drive free space after deleting files Deleting files from Hard Drive but not showing any extra free space solved External hard disk shows up as Some programs, like firewalls, protect their own files to prevent ANY program from modifying them. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/solved-some-files-on-this-volume-could-not-be-defragmented-294668.html
It got to be one of the reasons why the laptop is sluggish IMO.I can't install any SW that is not approved/purchased by the company I work for. I like it because it is fast, trouble free and easy to use. Sign Up Now! Now you > should be able to find > pagefile.sys.
I've no idea how important its being fragmented is. Removing only the My Documents - 2.5Gb - ‘island' and the huge 20Gb file leaves me with 46Gb free space. Delete it and Windows won't boot. It starts, gets to about 3% then a window pops up saying "Defragmentation is complete for: (C:)Some files on this volume could not be defragmented.Please check the defragmentation report for the
If you run into problems often, simply get a fully automatic tool that does th job effortlessly even in less free space and while other programs run. Click OK then Yes in the next little window. Solution - Update existing Anti-Malware software or install if there are none.a. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-performance/how-to-defrag-disk-d-error-some-files-on-this/e16639d7-2898-4d99-b06f-7907c63d10f9 I am using WinXP sp3.
VERY IMPORTANT: comments that do not add to the discussion - typically spammy, off-topic, or content-free comments - will be removed. Mike, I'll check out Piriform. At 3%, it starts on INFO2, then a few seconds later it gives me the same message you got. I helped him put on an external HD, we moved all of his My Documents to that drive, removed all unused programs, ran chkdsk and defraged.
Reboot Windows and verify pagefile.sys is really gone. > > 4. http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/files-hard-drive-defragmented-windows/ Find it at auslogics.com. Does it catch all the threats? It's a good idea to do this from time to time, but bear in mind that Windows is much slower in this mode so the process will take a lot longer.
Even with the problems you've identified my computer is running a little faster. this content I have used Ultradefrag ( http://ultradefrag.sourceforge.net/ ) to consolidate all "smaller files" to the "start" of the HD, leaving a free space area larger than the "large file" to be copied. This is completely normal and is not a problem. Do you have any of those files on your system?
ok, ill try freeing up some space and see if it will run. I ran PageDefrag, then Windows Defrag, but the result was the same as before. If you want to try to defrag them, just shut down the firewall program, and any services associated with it, and then try the defrag operation again.Ron Flag Permalink This was weblink Take care now.
This is a free download at http://www.auslogics.com/disk-defrag/index.phpI use it on a W2000 system and an XP system. Go to "Start", "Settings", "Control Panel", "System", "Advanced" tab, in the "Performance" section select "Settings", "Advanced" tab, in the "Virtual Memory" section select "Change". Write all this down as it may be needed later.c.
Windows will often report that a file is in use without telling you what program is using it. I ran it overnight and from the report it took 3.5 hours to complete. They are useful for pinpointing the cause of > the BSOD, so if you have no interest in them, they are expendable. I am also unable to find the INFO2 file.
If there is not enough space in a drive that is large enough to store the space of the larger files, they won't defragment right, and that's what I got. I run in safe mode. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - An alternative defragger by UKposter / October 27, 2007 7:27 AM PDT In reply to: Need help with Windows XP defrag. check over here This is my first post.
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / October 24, 2007 4:07 AM PDT In reply to: haha it sure does... I dont really know any other good anti virus to replace it with though. Let me explain what I mean.If you have a drive with two large 50MB files (thusly taking up 100MB of space), there needs to be a whole single space in that However, if files that are accessed frequently are fragmented, then the time taken to read those files will be longer as compared to the unfragmented condition.
Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? Once it is over, the encryptor would have to be turn back on.Thank you all for your help! I went back to the article so I could quote the exact words, and what I know I saw earlier is now not there - strange. 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.
What do I do to correct this? 5 answers Comments are Closed suri August 24, 2010 at 2:45 pm The Windows defragger has many limitations, it may not defrag properly if Can't go wrong with that. 0 #5 Mac2011 Posted 19 May 2011 - 10:37 AM Mac2011 New Member Topic Starter Member 6 posts Hi Guys, I'm not sure what time it
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