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Can I defrag a SCSI drive?

Can I defrag a SCSI drive?
Yes, you can. There is no difference between a SCSI and an IDE drive, from Windows' and defragger's point of view. The only difference that would matter is the file system (FAT or NTFS). SCSI usually provides better performance, so you should be able to get the defragmentation done even quicker.
This was last published in March 2002

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