When loading Auslogics Disk Defragmenter, I get the following message box:
Auslogics Disk Defrag 9
An error occurred while loading Library.dll.
Error code: 0x0000007E
Error message: The specified module could not be found.
I've tried to uninstall the program, but get the message box:
Runtime error at (180:3568):
Exception 'EAuslogicsIntItException" at address 0049E613
I have installed a new 1 TB SSD on my laptop. Your program initially set up to optimize and defrag it. I researched online, and no one recommends doing this as it will dimish the life of the SSD. Questions:
1. Do I need to enable this option?
2. Will using this program to clean up the registry do any damage or shorten life of the SSD?
3. I found online that it is not recommended to shred files on an SSD. If I have sensitve files that I deleted, on a SSD, is it permanently removed/unrecoverable by deletion or I should still use your shred operation?
In all of the above, I just want to make sure your program doesn't damage the life of the SSD. I also want to know if your features affect the SSD negatively or if it is needed at all. What is the positive impact of it on my SSD and operation?
I have both the boostspeed 11.5 and the defrag ultimate
It seems like the integrated defrag in boostspeed 11.5 is the old version not the new ultimate
What would be the advantage of getting the ultimate version if it is not integrated - what does the integrated version NOT do that the ultimate version does?
Can you explain this? I downloaded the "free" defrag version last Saturday. It worked perfectly. On Sunday, I dod my usual maintenance, which includes defragmentation and back-up. Again, it worked perfectly. Today, when I was working I got a message indicating that a "defragment" was urgently needed. So I did yet another defragmentation. Then, for some reason which
I cannot explain, I downloaded the "pro" version of your product. Once it was completed, I did yet another defragmentation. To my surprise, there were files that required yet another defragmentation. My question is, why? Should I really trust that your software is actually doin what it is supposed to?