Solved: Need Help Defragging
The Win 7 defragger is ok, and took about an hour on my friend's 500 GB drive with 100 GB full. It was probably found out by someone who makes the software, posting the info or just people playing with the box trying to get it to do other things.I don't think In a word no. You sure?
Losing the Album Artwork is merly a small price to pay for a fully functional and satisfactory ipod....thanks once again for your input bob and i will sure to take a A really good defragger will do all this, plus try to leave some empty space at the end of each file, so it can remain defragmented even if you edit it When the computer is in use, running defrag will dramatically slow performance, yet defrag must run during system uptime. The other thing you might try is Settings>Personalization>STart toggle on and off the full size menu option.
Yep, things are being moved around. Wireless Android Apple BlackBerry Windows & Other Devices Network & Coverage Mobile Internet Pay as You Go™ OS Upgrades Internet, TV & Home Phone Internet TV Home Phone Account Support, MyRogers You weren't downloading torrents to the drive or something were you? Basically I've done that.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I once defraged my ipod. Related Resources solved Do I need to defrag my secondary HDD? popatimAug 27, 2013, 10:10 PM depends on how often you write an delete stuff as defrag just fills the spaces left in the middle of your files. SSD is NEVER RUN also.
I never thought of looking there. I mean apple say not to do it, at risk of ruining your ipod, so it therefore make sense to heed their warnings seeing that they make the product. I agree that it is probably not a good idea to try to run AusLogic Defrag AND Diskeeper at the same time. http://www.computing.net/answers/hardware/disk-defrag-reducing-hard-disk-noise/86564.html However, when I open All Apps in the desktop start menu, the Windows Administrator folder is not there.
Flicks through all 3135 songs with ease. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I leaned my lesson. Talked to one of the helpers at the store and apparantly restoring the ipod is pretty much like defragging it....apparantly.....i believe that apple as a whole company made that "insipid and
I keep a backup on an external drive as well. http://communityforums.rogers.com/t5/forums/forumtopicpage/board-id/PVR_settop_boxes_remotes/thread-id/1022 by IR0NRAV3N / October 23, 2007 12:01 PM PDT I can't get defag to run properly. Don't know if this will help try launching an elevated command propmt (right click - run as admin....) SFC /SCANNOW exit That has put things back on the menu (things I United States Copyright © Apple Inc.
Thank you LH. When the file later expands, this doubling effort has to repeat itself—a reactive Band-Aid to a never- ending problem. Run defrag it will tell you how fragmented your files are and if you need to run the actual defrag step. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion
I finally decided to defrag the iPod and now I have no problems with it skipping songs. SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. I am also unable to find the INFO2 file. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Need help with Windows XP defrag.
Who at Apple has the nerve to make that insipid and inane claim? Mobo wI'll recognize optical drive.. SSD's still need a PCI-Express card?
You might want to try AusLogics Disk Defrag, available from CNET Downloads.
This morning I noticed the ipod was freezing/stuttering on some tracks but would comfortably fling through others so i looked up your VBR tip and started converting to aac....hopefully this should Instructions often seem to be so explicit about using Power Off on the font panel.I too expereince the super-annoying spin up / spin down. i'm using win 7, and yes, torrents were on that backup, only few tho. I've used the Auslogic defragger suggested here and been happy with it, but I prefer O&O Defrag, I think that it's a more powerful program and might get to those files
I won't bother risk ruining my ipod, instead i have restored it and deleted all the album work. More Like This Retrieving data ... Defragging a hard drive causes physical DAMAGE to a hard drive?That's a new one. This is a free download at http://www.auslogics.com/disk-defrag/index.phpI use it on a W2000 system and an XP system.