defrag

Discussion in 'A+ Certification' started by melmark, Jan 12, 2004.

  1. melmark

    melmark Guest

    I have been cleaning up the unnecessary files and desktop of one of our
    neighbour's computer to make more space and to speed the start up. After
    running disk cleanup on the C drive ( Windows 98 second edition ) I ran the
    defrag program when it stopped because of faulty file indexing. I ran
    Scandisk and found 14 errors ( all temp download references ) which I
    deleted to restore space ( 163.5 Kb ). When I ran defrag again it stopped
    because of faulty file indexing but when I ran Scandisk again the dialogue
    box reported that there were no problem segments. Do you know of any way of
    diagnosing the problem with C drive so that the defrag can be run. ?
    melmark, Jan 12, 2004
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