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[Win98SE] Defrag problem

Discussion in 'Bits & Bytes' started by BigDeputyDog, Jun 7, 2003.

  1. midranger4

    midranger4 Banned

    I had to take the upgrade path :(

    So far I've been rather lucky, the only drawback is my NTFS clusters are 512kb in size rather than 4096kb.
     
  2. bruzzes

    bruzzes Truthslayer

    http://www.xteq.com/products/xset/index.html

    This proggie will let you change your cluster size.

    Xteq X-setup has many more tweaks also.
    Download only the plug-ins you need. The program has an update tab to the plug-ins.
     
  3. midranger4

    midranger4 Banned

    Bruzzes,

    Thanks much !
     
  4. bruzzes

    bruzzes Truthslayer

    Well, it seems that X-Setup does not have a plug-in to do that, the plug-in enables a change size for I/O.

    However, this microsoft article shows it can be done.

    http://tinyurl.com/1dca
     
  5. Paladin

    Paladin Have Gun -- Will Travel

    shameless SETI Group plug

    It works on the concept that many hands make light work. What is does is download data from Berkley, chew on it for a while, and send it back. We are analyzing radio data for any patterns that might indicate non-natural source.

    You just head on over to <a href="http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu">The SETI@home website</a> and download the program. I have run it on some real clunkers. I am currently using a laptop with a AMD-K6-366 and I pump out about three work units a week. A P-200 should do something better than one a week.

    Which may be sneered at by those with overclocked super computers -- but a hundred machines doing a WU a week each is WU every 100 minutes. I use the DOS driver version and I have not noticed any slowdown/speedup in the computer if SETI is running or not. It uses the CPU on a last priority status.

    Once you've started crunching you can join a team. You can join a big team and not be noticed, or you can join a <a href="http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/stats/team/team_150073.html">little team</a> and be the third most productive member.

    You can also write up a <a href="http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/stats/team/team_150073.html">profile</a> for others to read your bio and thoughts on crunching.


    http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/fcgi-bin/fcgi?cmd=view_feedback&id=33492
     
  6. ditch

    ditch Downunder Member

    Matrix and Mid, I note your commets on ME. It has to go.
    I have XP on the kids machine so should do myself the favour, I know.
     

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