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Defragmentation when we defrag. our Drive we see the result . There are lot of log file are ther how we can remove all this file.

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Defrag


i think ther is some bad sector tray to use this prog to test your hard disk http://hdd-regenerator.en.softonic.com/

May 05, 2013 | Prestige Portable 320gb Usb 20 IOMEGA ...

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Maintain Your Hard Drive.


Your hard disk drive is one of the most important parts of your PC. It's where all your system files, applications and user data is kept. Most people understand the issue of security, the importance of making regular backups of your user data as an insurance policy against hard drive crashes. Few people realise and appreciate the importance of having regular hard disk maintenance which is designed to keep it in good working order.

The ultimate way to revitalise and cleanse your PC is to wipe the hard drive, start from scratch and then reinstall the operating system. However, there is much you can do to avoid such a situation arising, simply by using utilities provided within the bundle of your Windows operating system.

Disk cleanup
The Disk Cleanup tool helps you free up space by searching your disk for unwanted files that you can safely delete. It can remove all of the following:

Temporary Internet files.
Files in the Recycle Bin.
Temporary Windows files located in the Temporary files folder.
Optional Windows components that you are not using.
Installed programs that you no longer use.

To launch Disk Cleanup via Start menu go to Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools
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A dialogue window should now appear enabling you to select the drive you want to clean up. Select the required drive and click OK.
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The specified drive will be exampined and the amount of space you can potentially free up is calculated.
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The results, showing the amount of space that can be recovered by deleting files that are not needed are then displayed on the Disk Cleanup tab.
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Error Checking
Chkdsk.exe is a utility which verifies the logical integrity of a file system. In the event of the utility encountering logical inconsistencies in file system data, it will perform the necessary actions to repair the file system data. The same utility in earlier versions of Windows was called to as ScanDisk.

To Launch Chkdsk go to My Computer and right-click the hard disk you want to have checked. Then click Properties and select the Tools tab.
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Click on Check Now.

A dialogue box showing the Check disk options is displayed.
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Select the appropriate options and click Start.

You may get the following message.
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If so click Yes and your computer will reboot and then perform the scan.

Disk Defragmentation
Since files are constantly being written, deleted and over written to the hard drive, files are likely to become fragmented and scattered all over the drive. The disk defragment tool takes these files and puts them in order by eliminating spaces between files.

To start the disk defragment tool go to Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Disk Defragmenter
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Then select the Tools tab and click Defragment Now.
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It should now display the hard drives showing total capacity as well as the free space of the drive(s).
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Now select the drive you want to defragment and click Analyse.
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The drive is scanned and a visual representation of how it is currently fragmented is displayed.

Depending on the the results of the analysis, you will be advised as to whether or not the volume should be defragmented.
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Even if it's not necessary, you can choose to Defragment anyway if you like.

The time it takes to defragment the hard drive is dependent on the size of the drive, how the fragmentation lies and how much free space it has.

As the drive defrags you can see how it is neatly repacking the files by looking at the bottem visual bar.
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Once it is complete you will get the following message
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You can choose to view the report which will show hard drive information such as free space, used space, cluster size and the free space as a percentage. Or you can just lick Close as the defragmentation is now complete.

Doing these checks frequently will prolong the lifespan of your hard drive and make sure it's running at maximum speed.

on Mar 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to defrag your hard drive in Windows XP 1. Open My Computer 2. Next right...


<span> How to defrag your hard drive in Windows XP<br /> <br /> 1. Open My Computer<br /> <br /> 2. Next right click and select Properties on the drive that you want Defragment.<br /> <br /> 3. Click on the Tools tab<br /> <br /> </span><img src="issken_16.PNG" /> <br /><span> 4. Click on the Defragment Now button<br /> <br /> 5. Select the drive you want to defrag if you computer has more than one drive and click on the Defragment button.<br /> <br /> </span><img src="issken_17.PNG" /> <br /><span> 6. When the Defragment complete you will get a message that states "Defragmentation is complete for:". At this point you can click ether on the on the View Report button or the Close button.<br /> <br /> </span><img src="issken_18.PNG" /> <br /><span> If you click on the on the Close button you will be taken back to the Disk Defragmenter Window. However if you click on the View Report button this will open of the Defragmentation Report. This report will show the stats on the drive after the defrag and any files that were not defragmented fully.<br /> <br /> </span><img src="issken_19.PNG" /> <br /><span> You can print the report or save it you a text file your future reference. After you are done with the report click on the Close button.<br /> <br /> 7. When done with Disk Defragmenter utility click on the "X" in the upper right to close the utility.<br /></span>

on Feb 10, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Does Mac defragmentation help to speed up performance?


Defraging the hard drive will speed up file access because the files will be contiguous and the hard drive read/write head/s does not have to skip all over the disk to retrieve the files.
As for speed increase there will be some imrovement.
Installing more RAM will also speed up your computer.

Feb 06, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Cann't defrag


If the built-in defragmentation does not work, try 'Defraggler' (Google it), a much better defragmentation program (free).

May 11, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Speeding up a computer by Defragmenting Hard Drive


Is your computer running slow? Have you tried running anti-virus, anti-spyware, and anti-malware software to speed it up, but to no avail?

Perhaps cleaning up your hard drive could help. This tip will explain, in step by step instructions, how to defragment your hard drive.

To Defragment your hard drive:

1) Go to My Computer.
2) Right click on your C drive.
3) Click Properties.
4) Click the "Tools" tab at the top.
5) Click "Defragment now..." in the middle of the window.
6) In the window that pops up click "Defragment disk"
Defragmenting your disk physically moves files that are similar or
fragmented into an area that will more efficiently use your space.
5) The Disk Defragmentor will analyze your hard disk.
6) After analyzing it will move and defragment the information appropriately.
Disk Defragmentation is complete. You should see noticable improvements in your computer's speed and preformance.

on Dec 21, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Laptop shuts down begining dump of memory runs check disk


Hello,

Your hard disk has developed errors.
This might be caused due to damaged files on your hard disk, or a program you recently installed which may have some errors.

If you recently installed a program, that does not work well with your computer, you might consider uninstalling it.

You should also consider performing a disk defragmentation to reorganize file on your computer.

To perform disk defragmentation, go to your "My Computer"
Select your Local Disk drive, then right click and select Properties.
Click on the "Tools" tab, then click on "Defragment Now"
After that, select the Local Disk C drive, then click on Defragment.

Thank you for using Fixya,
Kenneth

Feb 15, 2010 | IBM ThinkPad T30 2366 Notebook

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4.0 GB of Spyware errors taking up space in my computer


Yes! it is the log of previous antispy ware scans.

Nov 14, 2009 | Dell Dimension 8200 PC Desktop

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C:\windows\system 32\lvfydjiu.dll file whats it


Well, a google search didn't return any results. Sounds to me like a minor piece of malware tried to embed itself into your system and got removed by an AV or AS machine. If your system is starting just fine, I wouldn't worry about it.

You might be able to rid yourself of the error message by checking your registry for errors. You can use CCleaner to do just that. Just make sure to make a registry backup before cleaning the files it finds. After the registry cleanup attempt a disk defragmentation. You can use either the default windows defragmentation tool (Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>Disk Defragmenter) or a more advanced tool with a 30-day free trial. O&O Defrag is great at defragmenting your hard-drives and will do an exceptional job at cleaning up and organizing your drive.

Sorry I can't give you an exact answer. I mean it's rare when not even Google can return results on a, "system" .dll. So this is obviously some form of registry error or malware that was erased by an AV or AS machine.

I hope you get your issue resolved.

Feb 19, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Partition external hard drive


Yes a 1 TB externald hard drive can be partitioned. Yes its safe to store files on the drive and remove them from the computer as long as they are not files that are part of the windows system. Its not necessAry to have them on the pC and on the drive but of course its safer if you do.

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