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disk defrag problem

Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by dhawald, Mar 7, 2006.

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  1. dhawald

    dhawald New Member

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    I have win xp sp2
    and a samsung 80gb hard disk
    my computer restarts when I try to defrag dhe drive with xp in it.
    it happens after some time of the defrag.

    I olso have win 2k in another partition.
    is it ok if I defrag the winxp partition from win 2k.
     
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    rk New Member

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    no problem defrag from anywhere
    but first run chkdsk
    restarting shows some problem in drive
     
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    ::vicky:: New Member

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    there is some problem wit ur ram sir
     
  4. Vyasram

    Vyasram The pWnster

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    run scandisk b4 defrag and try stuff like diskeeper 10 or O&O defrag
     
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    run this chkdsk c: /F
     
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    mediator New Member

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    try perfect disk instead
     
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