PerfectDisk question

Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by gracie123, Oct 14, 2006.

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  1. gracie123

    gracie123 Registered Member

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    I am using PerfectDisk (the latest version) and I did a defrag on my computer with this program. However, when I did a "Analyze" using PerfectDisk, I noticed a window pop up. (see screenshot)

    I accepted to do this upon the restart of my computer but I did not notice anything like it did anything to the computer. Only thing I noticed was when I clicked on my username on the Windows logon screen, my wallpaper was showing with no desktop icons or anything loading in the system tray for a few minutes then it all came up like normal. But then when I did another "Analyze" using PerfectDisk, I noticed the same window (see screenshot) pop up again... and so I accepted again and this time upon the restart of my computer, nothing different happened except a normal restart of the computer.

    I decided to uninstall Spy Sweeper and NOD32, the only security apps. I have running or did and still, I get this window (see screenshot) when I did a "Analyze" using Perfect Disk.

    Any suggestions?

    Gracie
     

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  2. WSFuser

    WSFuser Registered Member

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    rather than answering the pop-up, try running the offline scan manually.

    in the perfectdisk main window, select your C drive and click the toolbar button for running offline scans (if there is one). if not, right-click the C drive and see if theres an option there.
     
  3. gracie123

    gracie123 Registered Member

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    Hi, thanks so much for the suggestion. For some reason, it is doing something called a boot time defragmentation and this is what it says it would do.

    Thanks again :),

    Gracie
     
    Last edited: Oct 15, 2006
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