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    indianmobossak47 is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default What does defragementing ur hard disk do?

    What does defragementing ur hard disk do? Does it erase ur hard disk memory or does it clean up errors on ur hard disk.i am just curious.

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    It corrects the errors in most file systems in which they place the data in whatever physical spot on the hard disk that is available, and organizes like data together.

    For example. | = Data 1 * = Data 2 - = Blank space

    Now our HD before Defrag...

    |***--***|-**-|-|****||---

    After defrag

    ||||||***********---------

    Makes the computer more efficent and info is accessed faster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Volvogga
    It corrects the errors in most file systems in which they place the data in whatever physical spot on the hard disk that is available, and organizes like data together.

    For example. | = Data 1 * = Data 2 - = Blank space

    Now our HD before Defrag...

    |***--***|-**-|-|****||---

    After defrag

    ||||||***********---------

    Makes the computer more efficent and info is accessed faster.
    Don't count on a big performance increase though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinigamiX
    Quote Originally Posted by Volvogga
    It corrects the errors in most file systems in which they place the data in whatever physical spot on the hard disk that is available, and organizes like data together.

    For example. | = Data 1 * = Data 2 - = Blank space

    Now our HD before Defrag...

    |***--***|-**-|-|****||---

    After defrag

    ||||||***********---------

    Makes the computer more efficent and info is accessed faster.
    Don't count on a big performance increase though.
    Not really, your right. Not anymore anyway. However, when your low on HD space and you consider Window's shitty page file design, you can tell.
    Vol~

    thanks to Silverwmoon!

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    well it does help.. it reduces the access times of a file and significantly helps transfer rates. Look at your harddrive specs or run a test between sequencial reads and writes vs/ random reads and writes.

 

 

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