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Old 07-18-2010, 03:46 PM
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Default SSD, is it disabling defragmenting on all drives storage HDD included?

I currently have my OS on a F120, and am using a 10k RPM HDD for storage, the thing is, I can't defragment my HDD. I know you shouldn't try to defragment a SSD, but I want to defragment my HDD as I put internet Temp files on it.

When I click on the defragment program, it won't start up, simply nothing happens at all, is this because of something related to my SSD? If so how can I be allowed to defrag my HDD?
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just defrag the drive you want and ignore the SSD
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Old 07-18-2010, 05:17 PM
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Ah I got it, when I was doing the tweaks for windows 7 in the sticky I disabled disk defragment, I changed it to manual, so it shouldn't start on it's own, but I can still start it when I want to.
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