file deletion discrepenices

Posted: 07-05-2006, 04:49 PM
while deleting files, the system launches pop ups stating that the file can
not be found and whether i would like to create it.
Haven't seen this listed anywhere, but I have had several occurances when I
would delete a directory, or group of files. If I can take a guess at what is
happening, I would say that when the uac file deletion approval screen pops
up, the files are actually already being deleted. so that when the program
actually catches back up again, due to lag, some are no longer present. When
I deleted my windows.old directory, (pre installed xp just to run thru an
update scenario) I had to skip file creation almost 15 times. I have the
vista beta diskeeper pro 10 loaded and run defrag as needed. Does seem to
make a big difference in how vista runs, tho I do not know if this has any
bearing on the problem. Have included this in bug reports to both microsoft
and diskeeper.

file deletion discrepenices


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Ecat
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RE: file deletion discrepenices
Posted: 07-05-2006, 05:01 PM
Are you saying that Diskeeper makes a difference in a good way or bad way.
Just curious.


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dfeifer
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RE: file deletion discrepenices
Posted: 07-07-2006, 01:42 AM
In a good way.. watching the logs, Currently vista gets fragmented very very
easily. It doesn't seem to copy over existing blocks during file saves,
things are staggered on the drive, and everything you install afterwards
installs fragmented. Right now i have set it and forget it running, as well
as running a daily defragmentation. I'm fairly sure that this will not be the
case come rc1, but currently appears to be.

"Ecat" wrote:
> Are you saying that Diskeeper makes a difference in a good way or bad way.
> Just curious.
>
>
> (¯`·._.·Ecat·._.·´¯)
> HP a1230n
> Athlon 64 Processor 3800+
> 1 Gig RAM
> Radeon X700
>
>
Ecat
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RE: file deletion discrepenices
Posted: 07-07-2006, 08:41 PM
Thanks for the info dfeifer. Now if I could only get the thing installed.
lol. Arghhh!
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HP a1230n
Athlon 64 Processor 3800+
1 Gig RAM
Radeon X700


"dfeifer" wrote:
> In a good way.. watching the logs, Currently vista gets fragmented very very
> easily. It doesn't seem to copy over existing blocks during file saves,
> things are staggered on the drive, and everything you install afterwards
> installs fragmented. Right now i have set it and forget it running, as well
> as running a daily defragmentation. I'm fairly sure that this will not be the
> case come rc1, but currently appears to be.
>
> "Ecat" wrote:
>
> > Are you saying that Diskeeper makes a difference in a good way or bad way.
> > Just curious.
> >
> >
> > (¯`·._.·Ecat·._.·´¯)
> > HP a1230n
> > Athlon 64 Processor 3800+
> > 1 Gig RAM
> > Radeon X700
> >
> >
 
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