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Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Defrag Not Working by viclud / March 9, 2006 5:56 PM PST In reply to: defrag wont work I use WinMe and have Return code was: 0x80040154" Kyle Thomas 29/11/2004 7:45 a.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter Had the same problem, turns out that in SP2 you have to have "DCOM If that didn't work then go to start => run, type fsutil dirty query c: and tell us about the result (provided you're trying to defrag the volume c). Auslogics - a cleaner and faster PC for you and your family! check over here

replace your dfrgntfs.exe file in system32 with the one in your i386 folder. ( I was getting "Program too big etc etc...") Defrag is off like a gun now. Thanks Justin 15/05/2005 8:24 a.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter Disk Defragmentor could not start. To do this, run System Restore - log on to Windows as Administrator and go to: Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> System Restore. Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists...

Still nothing worked. David H 24/08/2005 2:51 p.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter Great tip! Searched for all instances of dfrg*, found quite a few, specifically some in "windows/servicepacks/i386" and in Windows/(compressed/uninstalldirectories or whatever they're called). The job will run in a fraction of the time and you can go about the business of enjoying your pc.

  • Your advice re regsvr32 dfrgsnap.dll and regsvr32 dfrgui.dll, plus dfrg.inf did the trick.
  • Leah 28/02/2005 12:33 a.m. #re: How To: Fix Windows Built in Defragmenter Thank you very much...didn't know what to do anymore :-) fu&*%ing diskeeper 9.***** everything up Thijs 4/03/2005 2:47 a.m.
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So, I decided to do the Speccy & here are the results: http://speccy.piriform.com/results/GC7a5X6hPZ6tgwcGOSnZdkw Back to top #11 noknojon noknojon Banned 10,871 posts OFFLINE Gender:Not Telling Local time:03:21 AM Posted Reboot, and chkdsk runs a quick test on drive or drives specified, and resets the 'dirty bit' to 0, then diskeeper returns to normal. It worked for me. (note: this was not a recovery from an uninstall of an independent defragger)

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