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PerfectDisk 9 causing BSOD??

ming

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#1
Trying out PD9 on Vista but seems like I'm getting BSOD every time I try to defrag a driver that has less than 5% free space. Can't remember the details of the BSOD, but it mentioned something about 'physical memory dump 100%' whatever that means.

Anyone experienced the same thing on their machines?
 

Perris Calderon

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#2
Trying out PD9 on Vista but seems like I'm getting BSOD every time I try to defrag a driver that has less than 5% free space. Can't remember the details of the BSOD, but it mentioned something about 'physical memory dump 100%' whatever that means.

Anyone experienced the same thing on their machines?
thanx for the heads up, contact raxco, see what's up
 
#3
Sounds like it may be overflowing the disk using the pagefile.

Definitely let RAXCO know. They will want to fidn and fix it.

You mgiht try and set a fixed pagefile size and see if it works then to confirm it's a problem with virtual memory allocaiton.

Speaking of perfect disk. They have Version 8 on sale this weekend so I downloaded and tried their XP Suite and it wouldn't do anything on my laptop. It just did an analysis and then sat there. I finally uninstalled it.

Anyone else see this problem? It is not like the Raxco (V6) I know and love to have problems like this.
 

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