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  1. After a full defrag with defraggler, I notice my pagefile still has many fragments in it. Almost 500 fragments were detected in the post analysis. I have heard elsewhere that in order to fully defragment the pagefile, I have to disable it first. Will that be feasible on my system or has defragger got an efficient way to defragment the pagefile? My pagefile size is currently managed by my system and the size is around 768MB, with 196223 clusters & 493 fragments(reported by PageDefrag by Sysinternals) thanks. System Specs: MS Windows XP Home 32-bit SP3 Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/ HT 512MB Dual-Channel DDR @ 199MHz 80GB HDD (10GB Free)
  2. alright thanks for clarifying. just did a chkdsk to play safe!
  3. I was in the midst of a full defrag using defraggler and my power accidentally tripped resulting in cutoff of power to my PC. My question is will this have any side effects on the defragmentation process should i run it again?
  4. Under graphics section, it doesn't report the memory size for ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4330. (512MB, etc)
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