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Windows defrag does not see C: drive after I used Defraggler on it

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what do you mean with your question?

 

can you not start windows defragmenter and instead defraggler started?

have you another hdd drive/partition and this can also not defragmented with windows defrag?

 

perhaps you have defraggler set as default defrag - in this case make this:

 

defraggler -> settings -> options -> advanced -> untick replace windows disk defragmenter

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No, I explicitly did not tick that option when installing.  I can launch the default windows defragmenter just fine--it just doesn't show the C: drive as an option.

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perhaps try this:

 

open your windows-explorer -> with your mouse on your c-drive click right -> kontextmenue -> properties -> tools -> optimize

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Let's start with some information that will help troubleshoot.

What version of windows?

What version number of defraggler, and from where did you download it?

When you ran defraggler I assume you used it to defrag the c drive, did it finish the job? or did it error out?

Can you still defrag the drive in defraggler?

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1. Windows 10

2. Defraggler free downloaded from CCleaner.com

3. It started off at 10% fragmentation, I noticed that C drive is missing from the system defragmenter while it's running.  I Stopped the defrag when it was down to 1% fragmentation (reckoning it's good enough and wanting to see if that brings C back into the list on the system defragmenter) but C remains missing there.  I've tried rebooting and also clicking into defragment from C drive's context menu.

4. Yes, I can still use defraggler on C

Thank you in advance

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