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Windows Cannot Connect To The Disk Defragmenter
How does one fix this? I also have SP2 installed, I tried you method and still the same message pops up? I been tryin' to fix defrag for months. So I do allow Chkdsk /f to run at the next startup, but that doesn't clear the problem, and it does not allow my defrag to be initiated afterwards. weblink
then nothing under status, then fat32 under file system.
There is only this one line and when I look at the picture above there are at least 3. What's wrong? Anybody > here familiar with this problem or had a similar eXPerience who might be able > to help?> Thanks, ziggy ziggyJul 10, 2005, 4:56 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More Ok so ... 1- I tryed use the executive software instructions to original defrag work again but without sucess 2 - I tryed re-register the ".dll" files but i always get
my defrag has finally returned insted of that crappy diskeeper software... Shall I get one if this problem cannot be solved? How to Fix the Environment Variable?How to Add a Custom Folder in Explorer Navigation Pane under "This PC"?How to Copy Command Prompt Output Text to Clipboard or Save to File?How to Joeups247 1/10/2005 5:09 p.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter What a dork I am!
Searched for all instances of dfrg*, found quite a few, specifically some in "windows/servicepacks/i386" and in Windows/(compressed/uninstalldirectories or whatever they're called). i remove all but the last then defrag, my system. so did that and still nothing. Windows leaves no clue as to what or where these files are.
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THANK YOU! John B :) John B 10/02/2005 11:02 p.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter John B You are a gentleman and a scholar. In other words, the hard drive is not dying, and there's no corrupted data on it. Ron 30/11/2004 9:39 p.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter Plz,could you help me?
Once I did this Defrag started working again. have a peek at these guys Please help. Solution The solution is actually quite simple. Get the answer ziggyJul 10, 2005, 4:56 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)Problem solved (duh)!
Thus they cannot be defragged. thanks Brian Marshall brian marshall 21/09/2005 7:19 a.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter You rock so much... by riversr_work / January 3, 2008 8:39 AM PST In reply to: The usual fix is I'm going to have a really tough time gettting to 50% free space, but I check over here I think it's free!
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I had forgot about using Install on the dfrg.inf file.
And to think I was actually going to reformat my machine! when i press dfregment then error is coming c:/windows/system32/dfrag.msc access is denited. jfmenna 27/03/2005 4:22 p.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter I am banging my head against the wall right now...I have read over ALL the comments and tried ALL now i can't defragment.
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Your fix worked. Thanks again for the assistance! lsl 18/02/2005 4:52 a.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter THANK YOU, O WISE AND POWERFUL FIX-IT PERSON.