Defraging computer that has lots of Frgmented file

  sunnynick 02:03 06 May 2009
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No mater how many times or with 3 extra defrag tools installed onto my laptop, I can't seem to get rid of the red fragmented files, any idea's as to why, and how I can get rid of them.

  smokingbeagle 04:34 06 May 2009

1 in safe mode
2 Defraggler
click here

  sunnynick 03:02 07 May 2009

Hi Smokingeagle, I can't get the progam to open so I can have a look, sorry, it times out for me.

  birdface 08:03 07 May 2009

After defraging I have the same amount of defragmented as fragmented files so maybe that is normal.

  birdface 08:49 07 May 2009

Did what smokingbeagle said and ran a defrag in safe mode.Total was 43.defragmented files and 43 fragmented files.Now I am almost sure in normal mode it used to be over 120 in defrag and fragmented files.

  Technotiger 09:02 07 May 2009

I use click here paid for version. I never have to defrag, just set it and forget it.

There is a free trial version - I highly recommend Diskeeper.

  FinsGrandad 21:01 07 May 2009

You could try Auslogics Defragmenter

  bluto1 21:47 07 May 2009

Are you telling us that you have red fragmented files after you've defragged? Which defrag programme(s) have you used?

  sunnynick 00:45 08 May 2009

Technotiger, I use click here paid for version. I never have to defrag, just set it and forget it.

There is a free trial version - I highly recommend Diskeeper.

Sounds really good but what one would I need to buy if I buy it ?????????????????????

  sunnynick 00:52 08 May 2009

Technotiger, I use click here paid for version. I never have to defrag, just set it and forget it.

There is a free trial version - I highly recommend Diskeeper.

Sounds really good,

Diskeeper 2009 Home * - $29.95
This one for my home computer then, thanks

  sunnynick 01:33 08 May 2009

Technotiger, will it get rid of all my fragmented files for me?I lowth paying out £20 if it don't do what I am hopeing for?.

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