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Old 03-29-2007, 01:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i have a HD of 160g partotioned in C:,D:,E: and F:.
i can defrag C: and D: but when i tried to defrag E: and F: it says that it was detected that the command CHKDSK was planned for that volume(same thing for both,E: and F and that i should execute chkdsk /f.
i have to say that the first time i defrag D:,it said the same thing.i did execute chedsk /f.after that i could defrag D:,but it did not change nothing for E: and F:.always says ''detected that the command CHKDSK was planned for that volume. execute chkdsk /f.''
can somebody tell me hot to fix that?
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Old 03-29-2007, 05:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Right click on the drive in my computer. Under proterties go to system tools. In there you will see the option to check disc. Run that and see what it comes up with. A reboot might be necessary.

Also might want to google for O&O Defrag. It is a much better defrag application that the built in Windows one. That along with Diskeeper.
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Old 03-29-2007, 02:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i will check that.
and i defraged it with paragon partition manager.
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Right click on the drive in my computer. Under proterties go to system tools. In there you will see the option to check disc. Run that and see what it comes up with. A reboot might be necessary.

Also might want to google for O&O Defrag. It is a much better defrag application that the built in Windows one. That along with Diskeeper.
+1 on O&O and Diskeeper.
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what do you have to say about paragon?
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