Log on and defrag


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Jarret O'Boyle

My hard drive is full and i am trying to defrag my files
to clean up and make moor room. I am being told by my pc
that i need to be an Administrative user. How do i sighn
on as an administrative user i do not know any passwaords
for the sighn on window
 
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Greg Hayes/Raxco Software

Jarret,

Defragmenting your drive will NOT create more free space!

The built-in defragmenter requires that you have Admin rights. If you do
not know any Admin usernames/passwords, then you are out of luck and will
have to ask whoever built or manages this box for assistance.

If free space is low on this drive, then I'm very doubtful that the built-in
defragmenter will even be able to do anything for you anyway.

- Greg/Raxco Software
Microsoft MVP - Windows Storage Management/File System

Disclaimer: I work for Raxco Software, the maker of PerfectDisk - a
commercial defrag utility, as a systems engineer in the support department.
 

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