defragment tool missing

  tricia321 09:36 05 Nov 2005
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I have windows xp pro and when I try to defrag it comes up with a message saying, "snap in creation failed" with a big red cross by the side, can anyone help?

  AndySD 10:01 05 Nov 2005

click here and have a look, I will keep looking though.

  tricia321 10:12 05 Nov 2005

hi andy, thanks for your response, I have added a few which I think will be helpful but is there a specific one which would do the trick?

  Splork 10:14 05 Nov 2005

Not a fix for the snap-in problem but you can type `defrag < driveletter >:` at a command prompt to accomplish the same task.

  tricia321 10:28 05 Nov 2005

hi andy,
not sure how to do that, can you explain, thanks

  Splork 10:32 05 Nov 2005

Start Menu/Run, type `defrag c:` minus quotes, for example.

  tricia321 10:39 05 Nov 2005

am tryin it now, a black screen has come up with an analysis report which is still running, will let you know the outcome, thanks

  joseph K 12:06 05 Nov 2005

You could try Roxios Defragger. O.K. it's not free, which is a bit of a drag, but it can either do an ordinary defrag, or it can do one that actually optimizes the disk depending on your usage patterns. I found it great when I used Microsoft software.

  tricia321 12:27 05 Nov 2005

thank you Joseph, I have downloaded a free defragment tool as I couldnt get mine working and thanks to splork and andy for all you responses

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