A process called dfrgntfs.exe likes to run on my system every so often when I let it idle. Its something to do with windows defrag, I know this much. HOWEVER, It does it randomly, does not actually defrag my HD, and will NOT shut itself off. The only way I can get it off is to reset my system which takes a good 5-10 minutes as it tries to consolidate the defragmenting process that it thinks is happening. Now I wouldnt mind an idle process, if it a) stopped when I came back from being idle and b) didnt take up nearly all of my system's resources. coming back from a shower and discovering that its damn near impossible to do anything is unbelievably annoying. does anyone know of any way to disable, or prevent this process from running at random intervals? and before anyone suggests that I defrag my system, I run it regularly and have had dfrgntfs.exe run itself mere hours after a full defrag. please help.