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  1. Solution To Issue: "chkdsk /f" I decided to try Windows Disk Defragmenter (I wish I had been smart enough to use it earlier). When I attempted to use Window's Defrag I received the following message: I have rebooted several times since I 1st started having this problem. Chkdsk was not running at startup. I followed the advise given here: http://forums.cnet.c...102-186480.html. I rebooted, chkdsk ran. I am now able to use the Analyze function in Defraggler.
  2. I was creating a bug report for Defraggler. I used Speccy to generate a text file with my system info. I noticed that the file generated by Speccy stopped in the middle of my HDD info (I have 2 HDDs and it only listed one). I went back to Speccy and generated a XML file with my system info. The XML file appears to contain all of my info. Link to my original Defraggler bug report -> http://forum.pirifor...showtopic=34052 In that post you will find the file where my system data was cutoff (Speccy.myCompy.txt) and the file which appears to include all of my data (Speccy.myCompy.xml).
  3. Hello. I have used Defraggler in the past with no problems. Now the application crashes after using the "Analyze" function. Speccy.myCompy.txt = Log file (text format) from Speccy. Speccy.myCompy.xml = Log file(xml format) from Speccy. I am including the xml file because the text file stopped at line 558. Defraggler.exe.[2_7_346][2011-10-10_18-28].txt = The "/debug3" log from Defraggler. Note: I attached Speccy.myCompy.txt so that I can create a bug report in the Speccy section of the forum (I will link them here). Speccy.myCompy.txt Speccy.myCompy.xml Defraggler.exe.2_7_3462011-10-10_18-28.txt
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