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  1. No need to free up disc space. Thank you.
  2. Hi Johnccleaner... not sure you saw my answer to your post. I could use some direction as to what to do from here. Should I do the optimize procedure again?? I'm pretty sure that you are correct that the ERROR message came because of my moving and deleting files in the middle of the process. Pausing it for a couple of hours probably did not help it any either. Just restarted... Disk Health GOOD... Analysis Complete... Disk Health GOOD. 1,422 fragmented files (23.7 GB) (this is better than it was 2 days ago. the fragmented files were 1,
  3. I'm not sure I've solved the problem. I am still waiting for johnccleaner to indicate if I should proceed with the optimizer one more time. But thanks for the suggestion. I would be better to do it in smaller bites now that i know what I'm dealing with.
  4. I'm pretty sure that you are correct that the ERROR message came because of my moving and deleting files in the middle of the process. Pausing it for a couple of hours probably did not help it any either. Just restarted... Disk Health GOOD... Analysis Complete... Disk Health GOOD. 1,422 fragmented files (23.7 GB) (this is better than it was 2 days ago. the fragmented files were 1,547 (164.7 GB) 10,776 Total fragments ( was 15,330 Total Fragments) 23% Fragmentation (was 48% Fragmentation)
  5. I had started the optimize function on my Sony Vaio laptop (windows 7 prof) and when it filled the C drive to the point that only 3GB or less was left... I paused it and posted my question. I didn't get a response for hours, so decided I better clear some space off the C drive. I was going on the knowledge I had which at the time was that if the C drive runs out of space, it crashes the computer. I moved 200 GB of photos and video's to external drives and then deleted those files from the laptop. I then allowed the optimizer to resume. I watched it fill the C drive, eating up all the unus
  6. I am using Defraggler - professional edition. I have paused Defraggler because I am 85% finished and I'm down to 2 GB of space left on my C drive. I had 160 GB unused on my C drive when I started but I'm down to only 2 GB of space now. Should I "STOP" Defraggler? What are the consequences of stopping the defrag process? I already moved all the photos and music off my C drive. All I have left would be programs. I've emptied the recycle bin. I have a windows 7 professional vaio laptop. ( I got into this mess because I did not realize that optimize mea
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