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  1. In the course of a regular defrag, Defraggler will try to defrag $MFT, but it tries several times. While it tries, the UI becomes more and more bugged. The portion of the UI that is affected is the drive map portion, which devolves into strange patterns. After about 10 tries, Defraggler moves on, but $MFT stays fragmented. Is this a defraggler issue, or a problem with my system? I doubt it is my system, because this has happened before and after a hard drive format. Thank you! EDIT: this is a 64 bit system with the 64 bit version of defraggler.
  2. I am also having this problem. I have been using Defraggler for quite some time now, over many versions, and never had a problem with it. This just started last night, and there were no major windows update or anything to prompt this. I tried reinstalling defraggler, but that did not help. Attached is the debug file. Here is what I believe to be the relevant part of the debug file: 2009-05-10] [21:42:39.139] 00f70 1 CVolumeOperationScheduler::ExecuteQueuedMethods#201 ---------------- Long task started ----------------[2009-05-10] [21:42:39.139] 00f70 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#19 Entering CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume[2009-05-10] [21:42:39.139] 00f70 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#27 Analysis of volume C: started[2009-05-10] [21:42:39.139] 00f70 1 Wow64FsRedirectorDisabler::Acquire#50 Wow64DisableWow64FsRedirection failed with error code: 0x80070001.[2009-05-10] [21:42:39.140] 00f70 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#62 Volume C: flushed.[2009-05-10] [21:42:39.334] 00f70 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#247 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 55 7f a2 04 00 00 00 00 ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff [2009-05-10] [21:42:39.334] 00f70 1 CVolume::ReloadMap#260 MftZone: <12553632, 12604864).[2009-05-10] [21:42:39.344] 00f70 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#78 Initialization finished in 0.204 seconds.[2009-05-10] [21:42:39.344] 00f70 1 CNtfs::ReadFileRange#65 SetFilePointerEx failed with error code: 0x00000057 (hVolume: 0x000001bc, offset: 1229026946693312040)[2009-05-10] [21:42:39.344] 00f70 1 CNtfs::LoadMft#32 ReadSector failed with error code 87.[2009-05-10] [21:42:39.344] 00f70 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#89 Analysis of volume C: finished in 0.000 seconds.[2009-05-10] [21:42:39.344] 00f70 1 Wow64FsRedirectorDisabler::Release#59 Wow64RevertWow64FsRedirection skipped.[2009-05-10] [21:42:39.344] 00f70 1 CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume#19 Leaving CAnalysis::AnalyzeVolume[2009-05-10] [21:42:39.344] 00f70 1 CVolumeOperationScheduler::ExecuteQueuedMethods#232 ---------------- Long task finished (time: 0.205s, return code: 0x00000000) ---------------- I run Windows Vista home premium 32-bit on a toshiba laptop. Thank you for your help. EDIT: Strangely enough, when I go to file->defrag folder and select the C drive, it works just fine. Defraggler.exe._1_9_138__2009_05_10_21_42_.txt Defraggler.exe._1_9_138__2009_05_10_21_42_.txt
  3. I did just now. It had no effect. Edit: I have found a way to regain the lost space. Simply disable system restore, and then re-enable it. You will lose all of your restore points, though.
  4. Wow, I saw this thread so I thought I should test it out. freespace before first defrag: 253357158400 Then I ran the new version of defraggler for the first time, but after about two hours i stopped it because I needed to use my computer. Freespace after first defrag: 248954216448 Yeah, that's almost 5GB gone there. So I decided to run defraggler all night. Maybe stoping it in the middle messed it up somehow? Freespace now (After second defrag): 241366081536 So now I have about 12GB missing. No other programs have been running. Any ideas why defraggler is doing this or how to get the space back? I tried using the great program WinDirStat to try to find the missing space, but instead, I have a 42.1GB chunk of "unknown."' You can download the program here: http://windirstat.info/ When you run it, go to options -> show unknown. -Jason
  5. Maybe a way to securely delete files? Maybe people have credit card numbers or SSNs or other sensitive data in the files that are deleted by CCleaner. I know that Eraser is open source. I know its not quite a quick copy and paste, but it is a start. Eraser is the best program when it comes to this stuff. I usually use CCleaner then do a free-space whipe. Identity theft is real, folks, so I think this is necessary. If you could add secure file deletion into CCleaner, it would be a Home Run IMHO. It is an excellent program, and thank you for spending your free time on a project like this.
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