marinbob100 18:28 22 Aug 03

Are there any defragging programs that are worth buying over the the standard windows defrag?
I have a problem with two scsi drives on a sever with raid.



  User-312386 18:33 22 Aug 03

what operating system are you running?

norton speed disk works well for me.

  marinbob100 18:36 22 Aug 03

windows 2000 sever,


  hoverman 18:40 22 Aug 03

The only one worth buying as far as I am concered is Diskeeper 7.0.

  hoverman 18:42 22 Aug 03
  hoverman 18:44 22 Aug 03

Woops!! that doesn't work. Enter Diskeeper on Google for Executive Software's home page.

  mikef. 18:44 22 Aug 03

diskeeper which does it all automatically for you click here it was recommended on this forum and I would say it fully justifies all the recommendations.

  mikef. 18:46 22 Aug 03

Same as hoverman, memo must type and search faster, my link does work :-)

  marinbob100 19:47 22 Aug 03

Just been to their we site ... Looks pretty impressive.

Going to make some more enquires.

The problem is the raid part.
I have two 36gb scsi drives but the computer reports C: as a 10gb then another drive as a large swap file and a third drive,
The c: drve is very fragmented but there is very little space left on it

so little that Windows defrag won't work.
I am going to email them to see what they think

I'll let you know how i get on.



  marinbob100 19:51 02 Sep 03

Just to let let you know I purchased Diskeeper.

Superb product, now in version 8

Thanks all


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