Secret Goat Fetish
- 9 Jun 2002
what i ment was if you defraged your comp with the built in defragger, then used this program it would work well by preventing it from ever getting defraged again?
that's the only way to use this program, and it doesn't work fast enough to prevent fragmentation, that's my pointHenyman said:what i ment was if you defraged your comp with the built in defragger, then used this program it would work well by preventing it from ever getting defraged again?
perris said:as far as speed, I'm pretty sure dk is faster then pd
Johnny said:I got perfect disk and thought I would try it. I have a couple of issues with it. First let me say that I like it alot, it is a really nice defragger. But what happens is that everytime I reboot I get the problem when loading error, it asks me if I want to start in normal mode or go back to last known good config. Also when I do a scan it tells me to do a smartplacement scan after it is done, I scanned it three times in a row and the message still came up. Why is it doing this ??
Another question is what is the diff between the server version and workstation version ?? The one I had you were able to do network drives as well, in order for it to work you had to have the program on the computer as well ...
ming said:Now I'm asking why do they sell a 'Defrag' software when it doesn't do the job it's meant to do? Putting consolidation of files a top priority just so that it can forget all about the defragmenting of files is silly. It should be doing both things at the same time, or at least doing one after another, not just consolidating and forgetting about the other important task.
Well, here's a screenie of the second time I 'defragged', or should I say the 'consolidation' of files AGAIN. Just look at the fragmented files.