Was Thunderbird running while you were defragmenting
the drive ?
You could try this software :
White [ITA] http://fileforum.betanews.com/detail/SIW/1097934999/1
I have defragged my systems for years and never saw this before, so I'd like some help. Today, after a 'complete' defrag with the XP Home tool, I was left with over 12,000 fragments of files that 'cannot be defragmented'. Only about 10 files are involved, and most of them seem to be related to Thunderbird (Mozilla's e-mail tool)All the files are 700MB or more in size.
I think this must be slowing my system down. Can anyone suggest a fix? For example, if I were to move the files in question to another drive, then defrag, then move them back, would that help?
Thank you for any suggestions