seaegg wrote:Yeah it's not bad at all. I was beginning to despair with my Pio and was going to sell it and get another BenQ but I think it's now a keeper. I should also note because I burn a lot I sometimes defrag 2 to 3 times a day. I buy a lot of old school Kung Fu and Cricket DVDs remaster them using TMPGEnc and then sell the originals. My copies look better than the originals and have way better quality scan scores for one thing. This takes a lot of time I know and it frags my drive so I'll never have a situation where I burn with a fragged drive because I'm a defrag nut. My sole aim is best quality so time doesn't matter to me. I really should build a dedicated system for this but my wife would kill me, especially since we're starting a whole slew of home renovations right now.
seaegg wrote:Now you have to excuse my choices because I'm barbadian and born in the 50s but here goes. Sir Gary Sobers greatest cricketer to walk the planet, Viv Richards, Brian Lara, Lawrence Rowe, Alvin Kallicharan, Michael Holding (named my son after him), Sachin Tendulkar, Majid Khan, David Gower, Greg Chappell, Rameez Raja, Dennis Lillee, Gordon Greenidge, Aravinda De Silva to name some.
seaegg wrote:I should also note because I burn a lot I sometimes defrag 2 to 3 times a day.
MediumRare wrote:Another OT question- do you use the standard Windows defragger? I defragged a 32 GiB partition over the weekend and it took 6 hours.
MediumRare wrote:First time. It's on a drive I've had for about a year. I've kept big images on it and moved some elsewhere, so I expected that defragmentation would be necessary. But 6 hours?
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