Files not defragged

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by EdP, Jul 31, 2007.

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  1. EdP

    EdP Registered Member

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    Using Win XP Home SP2 and NOD32 2.7

    After using Windows defrag, there were two files/folders that did not defrag. One is the Outlook Express folder containing email folders, but that's a question for another forum.

    The other was the 1GB file, ESET\infected\2TXHS2DA.NQF.
    1. Is this because NOD32 is running in the background?
    2. Should I be defragging in Safe Mode?
    3. Perhaps the real question is should I be using a third-party defrag utility?

    Thanks
    EdP
     
  2. DavidJMT

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    Your 1st option sounds about right to me.

    When you defrag you really shouldn't have any programs running, even the screensaver will 'truncate' your work
     
  3. Marcos

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    That's odd. Could you send the file ESET\infected\2TXHS2DA.NQI to support[at]eset.com along with this thread's url?
     
  4. EdP

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    >Could you send the file ESET\infected\2TXHS2DA.NQI to support[at]eset.com along with this thread's url?<
    DONE.

    Marcos - what is it that seems odd to you?

    Thanks,
    EdP
     
  5. flyrfan111

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    Most likely the fact that it is a 1GB file. That would be hard to send though.
     
  6. Thanasis159

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    Use O&O Defrag... You won'y believe your eyes!!!
     
  7. EdP

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    flyrfan ...

    The requested NQI file is only 1KB; it's the NQF file that's 1GB
     
  8. flyrfan111

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    ooppsss, sorry, didn't notice that.
     
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