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  1. I run out of ideas, je je. Another suggestion might be, you have disk errors, then the recognition of fragmented blocks fails. Run a Complete ChkDsk ( on disk C:\ ) , it takes much longer, but is the best option. { My Computer --> Right-Click on Drive C:\ --> Properties --> Tools tab --> Check Now button } Enable two options, and Click Start. Chkdsk prompts you to schedule it for next reboot, answer Yes and reboot. In a 200 Gb disk may be taken 2 hours. Is the last thing I think. Greetings!
  2. The pagefile.sys file is used when the RAM is full, then the system uses something like an extension of the ram. The defragmented of these files (pagefile.sys and hiberfil.sys), does not cause error, just can not be defragmented if these are in use. Disable System Restore XP 1. Right click My Computer and click Properties. 2. From the System Properties window, click the System Restore tab 3. Turn on Disable System Restore on all drives 4. Click apply and click OK. 5. Reboot. Vista / Se7en 1. Right click My Computer and click Properties. 2. From the System Properties window, click the System Protection tab. 3. Select the drive for which you want to disable System Protection and click Configure. 4. Click Turn off system protection. 5. Click apply and click OK. 6. Reboot. Disable hibernation XP 1. Open Power Options in Control Panel 2. Select the Hibernate tab 3. Clear the checkbox for enabling hibernation 4. Click apply and click OK. 5. Reboot. Vista / Se7en 1. Search cmd on Start Menu 2. Right-click on cmd and select Run As Administrator. 3. Click Continue when the UAC prompt appears. 4. Type powercfg -h off and then press ENTER. 5. Reboot. note: Enable hibernation command: powercfg -h on Disable Paging XP / Vista / Se7en 1. Open System icon in the Control Panel 2. Select the Advanced tab 3. Under Performance, click Settings 4. Go to Advanced 5. Under Virtual Memory, click Change 6. Select No Paging File and then click Set 7. Click OK in all the menus 8. Reboot. After defragmenting, re-enable paging, hibernation, and System Restore. You can disable the three systems, and then restart, instead of every time you disable one. So to activate them. Greetings!
  3. No, Jamin4u said http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/builds . There are other options to download, alternately with the parsing error.
  4. Clone again the original virtual machine, Open your CC, analyze, and then in the result list do right-click --> Save to text file... Attach the "Saved log" in your next message. That's too weird, unless the system variables in your virtualized system were changed. Run my attached cmd for view your current System variables in the Virtualized SO. My result (Spanish Windows XP) HomeDrive = C: SystemDrive = C: SystemRoot = C:\WINDOWS WinDir = C:\WINDOWS ProgramFiles = C:\Archivos de programa CommonProgramFiles = C:\Archivos de programa\Archivos comunes AllUsersProfile= C:\Documents and Settings\All Users HomePath = \Documents and Settings\Familia UserProfile = C:\Documents and Settings\Familia AppData = C:\Documents and Settings\Familia\Datos de programa Temp = C:\DOCUME~1\Familia\CONFIG~1\Temp Tmp = C:\DOCUME~1\Familia\CONFIG~1\Temp Current Folder = C:\ Current Drive = C: Variables.zip
  5. They are only Microsoft excuses. The functionality of the Start Menu System is slow by itself, then when you have fewer icons, will be faster. The start menu system every time you open it, check ( for each shotcut ) the existence of the file, extract the icon and resize it, and then it shows. A stupid mistake is that if for example a shortcut (points to a file or folder) and that is on a network drive "not available", the start menu is delayed 30 seconds or more, for every time you open the menu.
  6. MacPadana: Try --> http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/download
  7. A very nice feature is show the defrag percent for the current file. Very useful if for example we want to stop the defrag, when actual file is large. Then possible to expect to finalize this file if percentage is great, or cancel if only just beginning. Would be very interactive. Greetings!
  8. Apparently not exist: http://docs.piriform.com/defraggler/advanc...line-parameters It would be pretty good schedule at Windows startup.
  9. I'm not clear if the problem is a flash drive or a disk. But if a flash drive, copy the files you need and format it. Flash drives are quite prone to errors if you unplug without disconnecting properly. If not format it, run a chkdsk on the flash drive, will greatly help. Run Complete Chkdsk. But the best option, if you can, is format. Greetings!
  10. What you say is something strange. After analyze the drive, at least click on the blue scuares should display files in Highlighted list... Blue scuare Red scuare May be free space fragmented. Try right-click on Drive List -> Advanced -> Defrag free space (allow fragmentation).
  11. I join the suggestion! MFT, bootfile, pagefile, are files that are always used, so more fragmented. Please ...
  12. I think it would be good, If we carried out an explanation of how and why the files are fragmented. And the factors which depends. The number of fragments depends of the number of files, the size of files, if whether or not contiguous free space, the frequency with which they move, copy or delete files to disk, the cluster size of the partition. If you have never defragmented the drive, can not presume to Defraggler or another, be able to fix everything in one hour. If you would like to apply a perfectly defragment, for each new file, copied, moved or deleted from disk, you should defragment. But people do not realize something, if for example defragment drive "C:\", and while we are surfing the net, downloading files, watching youtube videos, chatting, all that occur in these programs, as a temporary file is downloaded to disk " C:\ ", so while defragment, we are creating more fragments. If you are defragmenting a disk, does not use that until you finalize the disk defragmentation. The first defrag take some time, and if you defragment once a year, always take a long time. If in that unit, you copy and delete many files all the time, always have a lot of fragments, which is then translated in time when defragment. It is a process that must be maintained and learn. ---- If we talk about hardware, Other issues to consider, which makes the difference is, the size of the disk buffer memory (2Mb/8Mb/16Mb/32Mb) and size of physical ram. Obviously transfer speed of the chipset is included. If you have 256MB of RAM, I wish you patience, also with a disk of 60GB. For instance, today I did a full defragmentation on a machine with AMD 2400, 512MB ram and 80GB drive (40% free) took 5 hours. It seems that the unit was never defragmented. Before I defragment the free space, allowing fragmentation, but I do not remember the time. Greetings!
  13. Well, sorry for my bad example, you're right. That's what I meant. x86 applications do not see the x64 Windows Registry. After translating and correct, and try to maintain consistency, my brain goes crazy. Just pointing that Defraggler, being new on x64, may have some errors in the detections. Just a possibility. Programming is a sum of successes and failures, we are all human, and however you work as a team, the mistakes always happen.
  14. If you have never defragmented, I recommend that you first do a Chkdsk. Chkdsk corrects disk errors if any. It is always recommended, run a Complete ChkDsk before defragmenting, it takes much longer, but is the best option. After the chkdsk. In Defraggler you have to defragment the free space [Right click on drive -> Advanced -> Defrag Free Space (Allow fragmentation)]. And After, have to do Defrag the drive (not Quick defrag) That has to solve all... Greetings!
  15. Hi! I have XP too, and exept Pagefile, almost all files are de-fragmented. You may have to do with the Services or applications you have running. Could you list the files that are not defragmented? Clik on the disk map (left click), after analyzing the drive, and you will be shown below in the file list, the files corresponding to that square, and its corresponding size and fragments. Greetings!
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