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New I used a program called PageDefrag . . .
. . which does much of what you describe on reboot, but it found little to be done. I can see the MFT, it's right in the center of the disk where it belongs , all in one piece and is about the usual size. This big green lump is right at the beginning of the disk.
New MFT is at beginning of NTFS disks, not middle.
Executive Software's DiskKeeper can defrag the MFT at boot time, too.

It also shows where your pagefile, hiberfile and MFT are.

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Expand Edited by pwhysall June 7, 2007, 01:03:40 AM EDT
     Windows 2000 copy and defrag. - (Andrew Grygus) - (8)
         Could be a couple of things - (bepatient) - (1)
             Nope, none of those. - (Andrew Grygus)
         Raxco's Perfect Disk gives lots of info. - (Another Scott) - (2)
             I used a program called PageDefrag . . . - (Andrew Grygus) - (1)
                 MFT is at beginning of NTFS disks, not middle. - (pwhysall)
         Tis MFT and such. -NT - (pwhysall) - (2)
             So it's the page file that's in the middle then I presume. -NT - (Andrew Grygus) - (1)
                 Ar. -NT - (pwhysall)

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