Solved: disc defragment

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mojo50

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Hello to all, not sure if im in the right spot here. I am trying to defragment my system when I hit defragment I get this message: Snap in failed to initialize Name <unknown> CLSID:43668E21-2636-11D1-A1CE-0080C88593A5
can anyone help me here! I don't know what to do :eek:
 
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click start, run and type cmd, press enter.

type cd \windows\system32

then type

'regsvr32 dfrgsnap.dll' and press enter
'regsvr32 dfrgui.dll' and press enter

Post back with results please.
 

mojo50

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The system cannot find the path specified
snap in failed to initialize

these are the messages that I get
 

mojo50

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I have tried the command prompt the message that I get is:
Load library ("regsvr32") failed the specified module could not be found
my windows file does not have a dfrg.inf file
 

mojo50

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I have tried the command prompt again. Im not that familiar with the way to type the command. It worked the second time and now the defragmenter work :D
Thanks so much for your help. It's amazing how these things work.
Joanne (y)
 

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Yes the dos syntax can be confusing with all of the different flavors of it in use!

We're happy to hear all is well!!
 
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