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D: is fragmented (Recovery)
Ihave an HP Model #: a6110n
I ran an AVG free tune-up it said my recovery D: drive was 38% fragmented.
I am a novice pretty much at this stuff.
I believe it is true because, I have had to do numerous reformats due to all the updating you must do with windows. Within a month my pc coughs and moans in torture. If i reformat it is good again.
However, the last few times I reformated different things have been happening like having to sign in twice directly after refort is just one thing that has been happening, I have seen computer when it creashes the big blue screen, What happens to me diaginal stationary screen like an old tve that needs an attena.
So.......oh there is one more situation of interest. My neighbor uses my PC and since then is when my recovery was not a 100%. I asked him if he ever when into th D: drive he said no. But how could my recovery from factory get compromised if I know enough not to ever, ever mess with it. Long story I know. It is just stealing alot of my time in life.
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