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  1. Any updates? Been over a year and this issue still hasn't been fixed.
  2. This is a known issue and it looks like they're not going to fix anytime soon (considering they only update this program one or twice a year). I reported this same issue a few months ago: https://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=46938&do=findComment&comment=277268 and still no fix, so good luck.
  3. Thank you very much for all this help. Will have to wait until this issue is fixed I guess. Cheers.
  4. Thank your for the quick reply. So I downloaded and installed Speccy and it does indeed recognize my SSD. It is a LITEONIT LCS-256M6S, just a random 2.5" 256GB SSD I took out of a laptop. (238GB LITEONIT LCS-256M6S 2.5 7mm 256GB (SSD) according to Speccy) Windows' built-in defragmenter (also considered a competitor?) also recognizes it is an SSD, so I thought it was a bit strange.
  5. Tom, since you're here may I ask you a couple of questions? First question, how come Defraggler detects my SSD as an HDD? (There have been quite a few posts about this and none with a definitive answer, seems to be an ongoing issue) Second question, as Ramzy said. How come Defraggler has extremely low CPU and HDD usage causing it to defrag very slowly? I used competitor and competitor just to see if it was my drive, but they both finished in around 1/4 the amount of time that Defraggler did. And when it comes to Defraggler taking 24+ Hours to defrag a partition and only around 5-10 for the others, it's a pretty irritating thing to experience. I tested these a few weeks apart to make sure that Defraggler didn't do all the work which may have made the defragging faster for the other software.
  6. I completely agree, having this exact issue among many others. Gonna switch from Defraggler, it's nowhere near as good as it once was. Thanks Piriform for pushing away your loyal customers...
  7. Just created an account to say this. I have the exact same symptoms as DanDar3 (although I'm not using Intel anything). Windows' build in defragmenter recognizes my SSD as an SSD, but Defraggler thinks it's an HDD. Is there any fix or a way to force Defraggler into thinking my SSD is actually an SSD? It's a bit irritating that I'm missing out on some features and that Defraggler wants to defrag my SSD...
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