[access-uk] Re: Diskeeper

  • From: Douglas Harrison <harrison1d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 08 Aug 2007 20:59:54 +0100

Thanks for the suggestion Chris, but it had not been treated as Spam.  Still 
remains a mystery because when I repeated the process with a different e-
mail address the message came back within a minute or so and all is 
downloaded ready to install and test tomorrow.

Just one query to which you, or some other list member, may know the 
answer.   For reasons known only to the person who sold me this laptop, 
the c: partition is FAT 32 and the other two are NTFS.  Hope that this does 
not present a problem to Diskeeper.  I intend to convert the FAT32 to 
NTFS, but thought that a thorough defrag would be advisable before I did 

Another point which has occurred to me.  As this is a lap top I tend to shut it 
down more frequently than I would on a desktop.  If I choose to have 
Diskeeper doing its work in the background, would any complications result 
from shutting down whilst a defrag was in progress?

  On 8 Aug 2007 at 18:13, Chris Hallsworth wrote:  

> Douglas, I would first check that you've entered the correct e-mail
> address during sign up. If you have, then check your
> junk/spam/bulk/whatever folder to see if it's gone in their by mistake.
> When I signed up using my old Fastmail address I got the e-mail in
> minutes, so can't understand why yours hasn't arrived, hence the above
> suggestions. Good luck! ----- Original Message ----- From: "Douglas
> Harrison" <harrison1d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 


Douglas Harrison

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