When I attempted to run SeaTools for Windows it appeared to start although quite frankly the SeaTools display shows little information so I waited a few minutes to see what happend. When I came back to the computer after 15 minutes or so I moved the mouse as I normally do to see that it is working but it stopped where it was. From that I assumed that SeaTools had stuck so I clicked the up and down arrows and did a number of other things but the computer seemed to be well and truly jamed and I had to switch it off. Does anyone know how long SeaTools should take to do its disc check because my thoughts were that a DeFrag can take hours so I wonder if SeaTools had jamed or could it have been working?
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