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Defraggler -after a finite Defraggler defragmentation does not always show proper graphical representation of the partition

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after a finite Defraggler defragmentation does not always show proper graphical representation of the partition. We must re-examine

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after a finite Defraggler defragmentation does not always show proper graphical representation of the partition. We must re-examine

 

 

I have noticed the same thing. After a defrag there are a number of Red blocks on the graphical display. The report says 0 fragmented files but according to the display there are still some fragmented files. What do I believe ?

 

This was not a problem in earlier releases.

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I saw this too. The color map does not match to what I get when hovering the mouse over the squares.

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I saw this too. The color map does not match to what I get when hovering the mouse over the squares.

 

 

I saw this and used "Analyse" again, the display cleared up to match the results.

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Even after the defragmentation of free space, you need to re-analyse to see the real result of this operation

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Hi Guys,

 

can you verify if the issue is still present in version 1.20?

 

Thanks!

 

Best regards

Romanoff

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can you verify if the issue is still present in version 1.20?

Yes, unfortunately it is. But I think I saw it only after defragging a single file. But I'm not absolutely sure about a complete run.

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