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    Unidentified drive

    Running a Dell 8.1 and checking around admin tools defrag. Usual drives listed and all are 0 fragmented except this one
    \\?\Volume(0eb961f9-c217-4828-95d5-ba075f2c4afd)\. Its 90% fragmented but before I mess with it does anyone know anything about it? Google has nothing.

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    Hi there and welcome to the forum,

    That long string of digits will be unique to your PC so doesn't help much. would you be able to take a screenshot of your disk setup?

    Easiest way is to run diskmgmt.msc from a command prompt and post a screenshot of that indicating the drive in question.

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    Sounds about right for a SSD but as Browni says, gotta identify the drive much better than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F.U.N. downtown View Post
    Sounds about right for a SSD but as Browni says, gotta identify the drive much better than that.
    If you are running Windows 8.1, Defragment & Optimize won't let you analyze an SSD. Your only non grayed out choice should be Optimize which will run TRIM.

    Jerry

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    Not an SSD does that change anything?

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