I want to defrag my main drive...how can i do this safely without finding missing samples in Abelton sessions after a defrag?

Should I make a duplicate on an external drive of the drive to be defragged? 


Bryan Fratesi 4 years ago | 0 comments

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    No. All a defrag does is rearrange the files on your hard drive so that if a file has been split into more than one section, they are all moved back together. And then it arranges them in a way that allows your computer faster access to them. It does not delete or remove anything, and it will not free any space on the hard drive

    4 years ago | 0 comments

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