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See file fragmentation (and defrag it)

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#1 steve6375


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Posted 06 June 2012 - 03:07 PM

Passmark have a free 'Fragger' utility. This utility will fragment or defragment a single file.
This could be useful if you receive the dreaded ' file is not contiguous' error from grub4dos when trying to load a large ISO.
The utility is nice in that it shows you graphically the position of the fragments on the disk.
It may not be as effective as WinContig and it does not move other files around the disk to make enough contiguous space for the file you want to defrag. However, it is nice to see just where the file clusters are situated on the disk...
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Posted 06 June 2012 - 03:19 PM

Nice to see that the tool is free for personal use. This is indeed handy to keep around when needed.

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