How to Fix Fragmented Files?

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Fragmented files can easily be fixed on any Windows machine by simply running a built in tool. From the start menu go to Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Disk Defragmenter then click defragment now. Let this run through completely and it will fix any fragmented files.
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When your computer saves information on your computer, it scatters it all over your hard drive. This is called fragmentation. In Windows XP, go to accessories in the start menu, and then under system tools, select disk defragmenter. Select the drive you want to defragment and hit the defragment button.
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