disk defragment

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by visuelz, Dec 7, 2003.

  1. visuelz

    visuelz Guest

    Hey. I use diskeeper to defrag my computer but when i defrag my computer restarts on its own. When i reanalyze it, the hd was barely defragged. I turned off all programs using enditall and it still wont defrag. Safe mode won't help because diskeeper only runs in normal mode. It wont even let me do boot up defrag! Can someone help me?
  2. cpugeniusmv

    cpugeniusmv Computer Genius

    how much free space do you have?
  3. visuelz

    visuelz Guest

    137 gigs
  4. punkandacoke

    punkandacoke eat me

    at the end of the rainbow
    have you tried reinstalling it?

    who knows...it might help...
  5. visuelz

    visuelz Guest

    reinstalling windows? if i do where do i put my stuff hah. I have about 100 gigs of data =)
  6. cpugeniusmv

    cpugeniusmv Computer Genius

    try reinstalling diskeeper before installing windows.

    and for future installs, i'd recommend making a separate partition for important data...that way you can install windows without having to worry about losing any.
  7. visuelz

    visuelz Guest

    this happens even if i use the windows defragment after i uninstalled diskeeper and it shouldnt be window's fault. on my last computer that i owned i had the same problem but i didn't know how to fix it.
  8. Perris Calderon

    Perris Calderon Moderator Staff Member Political User

    new york
    try downloaing a free trial of perfect disc...see if it's an app issue
  9. Hendrik

    Hendrik Guest

    before defragging try a scan with spybot. do a disk clean. boot to recovery console and try a chkdsk /r. if all goes smoothly then do your defrag.
  10. Taggert_LOA

    Taggert_LOA Modding Addict Political User

    sounds like a virus
  11. TheBlueRaja

    TheBlueRaja BR to Some

    Virus - sorry, i dont think so, try Perfect disk as dealer suggests.

    The MS Defrag tool is pretty weak, which is why your defrag loks so poor. Norton Utilities also has one, but Norton products are a bit flakey and come with lots of unnecessary additions you may not want.

    Doing a chkdsk before a defrag is a good idea though, but it wont make the built in windows one perform any better.