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how to bypass boot time defrag on windows 10

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I think piriform just trashed my computer. Safeboot still runs boot time defrag. And it never completes. Actually never really starts.

 

How do I uninstall or bypass boot time defrag????

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Did you set up the boot time defrag for a one time operation or did you select every time?

 

Was this the first time that this had ever tried to run?

 

Is it an upgrade to Windows 10 or did you do a clean install of Win 10?

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hazelnut,

 

I am having the exact same problem.

 

I am on a Windows 10 upgrade and I did a one time boot defrag and defraggler hangs on the c:\pagefile.sys [         ] 0%

 

 

So the question is, how do we bypass the one time boot.  I looked through the document you suggested and it does NOT address the question in anyway!

 

However, I did find out that if you let it sit there long enough (about 4 minutes in my case), defraggler  does eventually finish and the machine finally booted. I looked in the list of files to defrag and the pagefile.sys did not appear in the list so I am guessing the boot time process works, but the screen work in progress display part does not work.

 

 

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