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Please do the following :

  • Analyze
  • Check all files in the File List tab, click Defrag Checked
  • Analyze again
  • Post a list of the fragmented files (there shouldn't be much of them)

That way it'll be possible to see why some files are still fragmented :)

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Please do the following :

  • Analyze
  • Check all files in the File List tab, click Defrag Checked
  • Analyze again
  • Post a list of the fragmented files (there shouldn't be much of them)

That way it'll be possible to see why some files are still fragmented :)

I did what you said but it said that no files were not defragged.

 

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Those files are System Restore Points. They can't be defragged. Add C:\System Volume Information\ to Defraggler's Exclude list (you'll have to enable system files/folders view in Windows Explorer's Folder Options first) ;)

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1) Exclude not only the folder, but also its subfolders, and sub-subfolders, and so on.

2) Well, because some SRP became fragmented. There's no other answer, really. Sometimes SRP are fragmented as soon as they are created, and in most case they aren't.

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Try to do a SRP before defragging and then use the windows cleanup utility to clean up everything but the latest SRP. Your fragmentation level should decrease.

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However, remember that the total fragmentation level has no influence at all on your drive's performance. I think you should leave all SRP, you never know when you might need them ;)

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Yes, but...it also means that if you have problems, you won't be able to restore your computer.

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