Defragmented files

By nino
May 26, 2007
  1. HI there,

    When I'm running "defragmentation" on my drive C with Windows XP Professional, I got a pop-up with the following information:

    Some files on this volume could not be defragmented.
    Please check the defragmentation report for the list of these files.

    (defragmentation report)
    Volume (C:)
    Volume size: 149 GB
    Used space: 13.66 GB
    Free space: 135 GB
    Total files: 97, 757
    Average file size: 196 kg
    Total fragmented files: 1
    Total excess fragments: 327
    Average fragments per file: 1.00
    Total master file table size: 154 MB
    MFT record count: 106,098
    Percent MFT in use: 67
    Total MFT fragments: 3

    Does anyone know how to fix it? I do appreciate for your help.

  2. tipstir

    tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,383   +105

    You need to run Check Disk

    1. Open My Computer on the desktop
    2. Right Click on Local Disk C:
    3. Click on for Properties
    4. Click on Tools from the Menu
    5. Select Error-Checking
    6. Select and check the two boxes
    7. Click on Start
  3. zipperman

    zipperman TS Rookie Posts: 1,179   +7

    Error checking is a different process

    But do it first.
    What you got is normal.It can't defrag files that are being used.
    eg: It can't Defrag Disk Defragmenter.
    Some use safe mode,but i don't feel it's necessary for Defrag.
  4. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 8,945   +584

    know when to quit! Only the MFT would be of any concern and you can't fix it
  5. MMDominator88

    MMDominator88 TS Rookie Posts: 119

    Don't worry about it, lol !!
  6. nino

    nino TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thank You!!!

    Thanks to TIPSTIR for your valuable information. I'm gonna try it.

  7. zipperman

    zipperman TS Rookie Posts: 1,179   +7

    Running Chkdsk is a necessary regular check.
    It tests your hard drives condition or if it's failing.
    It won't change what is defragged though.
    Then Use Defrags Analyze first too.
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