Hi, I have window XP pro version 2002 service pack 2, Dell 8400
I got a little computer problem.
I lost defrag in my start, all program, accessories, system tools, defrag.
Also lost it in start, my computer, right click local disk (c:), property, tools defrag.
When I click on the defrag in either area this is what I get in a pop up blue box..
Microsoft Management Console
MMC cannot open the file c:windowssystem32dfrg.msc. This may be because the file does not exist, is not an MMC console, or was created by a later version of MMC. This may also be because you do not have sufficient access rights to the file.
But if I go to Start Run type in, Compmgmt.msc Then click on, Disk Defragmenter
Then it'll run this way. My question is, how in the heck can I get itback and recognized in those first two areas that I mentioned? It hasalways worked in there, and I haven't a clue as to why it is no longerbeing recognized. Can you help me out????
I HAVE WINDOWS XP. For months now I have been unable to disk defragment thru - START - THEN CLICKING ON DISK DEFRAGMENT. When I try the following pops up?!?!?
MMC cannot open the file C:WINDOWSsystem32devmgmt.msc.
This may be because the file does not exist, is not the MMC console, or was created by a later version of MMC. This may also be because you do not have sufficient access rights to the file.
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Re: Defragment does not work
I would suggest you to go for Roll Back PC on previous date. Do a System Restore to the date you think system running better. Otherwise it would need repair installation of Window with the Recovery or Installation CD of win XP.
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You can use CCleaner. This software is very handy and removes the junk and useless filesfrom your system. You can also defrag your Drive C. Simply right click on drive c, Properties>Tools>Defragment now...>Defragment. Hope this helped :)
Do a Disk Cleanup and a Defrag of the hard drive to get all the TMP files and Cookies out of the system. You find these under the Accessories tab in XP and then go to System Tools. Then you need to clean the Registry with a registry cleaner. Here is a good free one I use all the time.http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner. Today with all the surfing on the Web you get massive amounts of clutter and weekly need to do the above steps to keep the system clean. Phil Let me know if I can help you more. firstname.lastname@example.org
may in service pack 2 there is no LAN but you have to reinstall to he your original service pack that you to contact dell and one more thing for you have to install drivers of connection or internet because your service pack2 has not installed drivers
If your hard drive is more then 50% full it will severly slow a computer down, try uninstalling things you don't need. Defragment you system. You can also try this free software it will clean up your system http://www.iobit.com/advancedwindowscareper.html?Str=download
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To be honest, I am not sure if your post/query was intended for me. However, it shows up in my queue so i couldn't escape it. I will take a shot at the last part.
Sony DSC-W130 has 15MB Integrated Memory and support for Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo cards. Generally unless you install the software for the CybershotDSC-W130, Windows XP/Vista will pick it up as a Mass Storage Device.
The Mass Storage Device emulation allows you access to pictures/video taken; copy, move, delete etc. If you can do these, then the DSC-W130 is working as designed.
However, if there pictures on the DSC-W130 but you are unable to access it, then that is a worry and a poblem. Note if you have a memory stick installed. The internal memory will be inaccessible. You will have to remove the memory stick before the internal memory initialises and is accessible
I am afraid I am not an expert on Sony DSC-W130. My response is best effort