03-21-2011 10:02 AM
Hi, I downloaded Smart Defrag 2.0 and after I got rid of some heavily fragmented (and memory sucking) Windows Reporting Errors files, it defragmented my C drive just fine. I should have stopped there. *sigh* My ServiceV002 partition thing-a-majiggie was at 10% and after researching that I discovered optimum is 20% so I did a boot-up defrag. When I defragmented the boot-up files with Smart Defrag, ServiceV002 dropped to 4% space left.. so I tried running Diskeeper on it instead, and there isn't even enough memory left to do that. Help! What happened to my ServiceV002 memory? My system is Vista Home Basic, SP2, Lenovo with Avira, WinPatrol and Superantispyware Professional.
Defragmentation Results for Volume [ServiceV002]
CRITICAL! The computer's reliabiltiy is seriously affected on volume [ServiceV002]
Before defragmentation: 1. The free space on this volume was very low (4%), making it difficult to defragment the volume.
After defragmentation: 1. The free space on this volume was very low (4%), making it difficult to defragment the volume.
Recommendations for volume: 1. Free up space on volume [ServiceV002] by emptying the recycle bin (done!) or removing any unwanted files.
Results of fragmentation analysis:
Volume size: 5068 mb
Cluster size: 4 kb
Used space: 4714 mb
Free space: 354 mb
Percent free space: 6 %
Defrag method: Max Disk Performance
Volume fragmentation: 5%
Data fragmentation: 5%
Total files: 9107
Average file Size: 634 kb
Total fragmented files: 1
Total excess fragments: 3
Average fragments per file: 1.00
Files with performance loss: 0
Paging file fragmentation
Paging/Swap file size: 0 bytes
Total fragments: 0
Total directories: 466
Fragmented directories: 0
Excess fragment directories: 0
Master File Table (MFT) fragmentation
Total MFT size: 9600 kb
MFT records in use: 9587
Percent MFT in use: 99%
Total MFT fragments: 2
Ok, I ran the defrag for "Optimum Performance" instead of "Fast Optimize" like I did the other time. Could that have affected it? i.e. higher performance, higher drain on ServiceV002? And what are the ServiceV002 files that are safe to delete? Where are they?
04-02-2011 10:42 PM - edited 04-02-2011 10:42 PM
Out of curiosity, what is in the ServiceV002 volume? At 5GB, it's way too small for Vista or Windows 7.
04-03-2011 09:31 AM
Thanks for the response! I have no idea what's in it, nor can I find this Volume anywhere on my drive. Additionally, when I do a search on "Everywhere" and "Include non-indexed, hidden, and system files" there are no results.
04-03-2011 01:04 PM
04-03-2011 02:14 PM
Sort of. There's no Volume or File System label, just other details:
Status: Healthy (EISA Configuration)
Capacity: 4.95 GB
Free Space: 4.95 GB
Volume: SW_Preload (C):
File System: NTFS
Status: Healthy (System, Boot, Page File, Active, Crash Dump, Primary Partition)
Capacity: 69.58 GB
Free Space: 18.29 GB
When I originally defragmented a week or so ago there were over 30 GBs of Free Space on Volume C, and only half a GB on ServiceV002, and contrary to what this indicates, I believe there still is only about 4-6% of the 4.95 GB available
I've got some Windows Update now that didn't completely install. Everytime my computer boots up I'm informed that Stage 3 (of 3) is installing. Grrrrr.
04-03-2011 02:30 PM
>> Would that be the Restore partition?
I'm not sure, but Diskeeper lists it in the Volumes that can be defragmented, and I assumed it was what Smart Defrag cleaned up with a boot defrag, but.. After my system started going screwy I figured I'd Restore it to an earlier point, but there were no Restore Points! My last pc (same operating system) created them automaticaly periodically, yet still.. I'm sure that I requested a Restore Point to be made a couple of times on this pc. Specifically when warned I should back up my files before adding something or making changes. There is one Restore Point, but it is for ServiceV002, not my C volume, and it was dated after it started screwin' up... I think.
04-03-2011 02:53 PM
04-05-2011 09:00 AM