Defraggers that work with Rollback Rx

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  1. firzen771

    firzen771 Registered Member

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    ive noticed lately that my defrags dont seem to do anything and ive heard rollback rx is the probelm. i was wondering if thers are any defraggers that work with rollback rx? or if thers a product similar to rollback rx that supports defraggers?
     
  2. Joeythedude

    Joeythedude Registered Member

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    Have a look at the rollback website.
    The way it works makes other defraggers useless/possibly dangerous
    It has its own built in defragger though.
     
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    are ther any products similar to rollback rx that can work with defraggers?
     
  4. thathagat

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    I am sailing in the same boat...last time i defragged i un-installed rollback....and then re-installed.....
    well there is this up-coming one from paragon but whether it exists peacefully with defraggers is better asked at paragon forum....http://www.paragon-software.com/home/systembackup/
     
  5. firzen771

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    well the uninstall process of rollback rx is pretty tedious and long and i dont see that as a viable option since it also deletes all ur snapshots, ther def needs to be a way to have like an option like defragging mode or something that completely disable the program and maybe then it wuld work?

    or wuld just exiting rollback rx make a defrag work?

    and that program from paragon looks interesting, ill be looking out for it once its released, when it comes to programs like this, i dont trust using non final releases.
     
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  6. thathagat

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    not exactly....if you select your base snapshot and delete other snapshots manually(which are deleted anyway) its over in minutes.......but if you let the snapshots be removed at boot by rollback then its a different story altogether
     
  7. firzen771

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    ahh good tip ther, last time i let it delete at boot and took forever :D btw how often do u do this process to defrag?
     
  8. thathagat

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    once in a blue moon;) when i realise that i am not going back in time.....
     
  9. firzen771

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    ah ok, i was hoping for more regular defrags like once a month at the least, but thats gunna be a pain it seems...
     
  10. thathagat

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    yup...
     
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