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  1. hi, it is easy to explain what i want: add an option to the setup program to add an defraggler entry to recycle-bin as ccleaner does! i would like to see that
  2. Yeah, i wanted to report this too. This is since the latest release in January(!) not implented, and would take me five minutes. So please, dear team, translate it now! The former post is very correct, i am posting here the rest of the missing entries: Use custom fragmentation settings... --> Benutze eigene Fragmentierungs-Einstellungen stop VSS when defragmenting NTFS volume --> Stoppe VSS während einer NTFS-Volumen-Defragmentierung SSD Detected --> SSD erkannt Disk Health --> Laufwerksgesundheit Good --> Gut Bad --> Schlecht (dont know which other states
  3. Win7 Internal Defrag utility has a command line parameter /M which runs it in parallel in the background for all listed volumes. Its not that hard to find out to which disk a volume belongs. http://msdn.microsof...28VS.85%29.aspx Here is complete C++ sample code to find physical drive names I also hear SetupDiGetDeviceRegistryProperty and SPDRP_PHYSICAL_DEVICE_OBJECT_NAME.are a way to do it. Well, i guess the devs @piriform are competent enough to do it.
  4. i meant physical disks. why donti have the option when windows defrag can do it, and why do people tell piriform defraggler is capable of doing so? i want to save time.
  5. Why doesnt defraggler defrag multiple drives at once? I found a post on the internet saying windows7 internal defrag can do it. I also found a forum post saying defraggler can do it, but i dont see it? Whats going on?
  6. I am pretty sure this was the latest version already, and unfortunately, my drives are all now formatted. I think i don't want to go through the whole procedure again. Sorry
  7. Hi, yes, i formatted with CCleaner, not Recuva. Recuva cannot format from what i know. It gave me for example dll filenames for an old windows partition. It wasnt random at all. They were gone when formatting a single time with windows 7 itself, so i cant say anything about the content anymore. Also as said, they were told to be in excellent condition. Regards, dhhd
  8. Edit: It wasnt off, i was on, of course. I just misread what you wrote in the first place. Recuva's format consisted mainly of three steps when wiping a drive(, if i remember correctly, but i'm pretty sure of it): "Format drive" (10secs) "Erase MFT" (30secs) then followed the final complete format (45mins or longer).
  9. Ok, sorry. OS: Win 7 Professional x64 SP1 I formatted internal-nonsystem (media) drives. Four of them. Attached through the SATA interface. Yes, they were NTFS disks, one had multiple partitions, but two definitley only had a single partition on them. A single format took around 45mins for a 250gb drive. I formatted each of those 3-7 times using the "1x" option, not the Nsa/DoD/Gutmann ones. And in Recuva i did a deep scan. I told it to look for all files, in the options dialog. with the four or five checkboxes.
  10. No, i wiped the full drive, as i said. The one where you have to enter "ERASE".
  11. When running Drive Wiper multiple times over a complete HDD, i can afterwards succesfully use Piriforms "Recuva" to find thousands of files, including their names and reportedly being in "excellent" condition. Howeever, i never tried to recover any of those. I just want to add that for securely wiping entire disks of course also has to get rid of all filenames, so no one ever can read which files i stored on the disk. When i use the windows internal full-format on a disk, Recuva cannot find anything but a few files related to the mbr and the System Volume Information folder. So
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