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  1. [ATTACH=CONFIG]temp_14522_1423735942952_767[/ATTACH] Hello. First post. How do I remove Boot Time Defrag at startup on my SSD? I installed Win 8.1 on my laptop HDD. I activated SD4 v2 Boot Time Defrag - every boot on the HDD. I later purchased a 240GB SSD. I copied all the partitions from the HDD to the SSD. I did not deactivate Boot Time Defrag - Every Boot on the HDD before I copied the partitions to the SSD. Now every time I boot from the SSD, it begins the Boot Time Defrag process, but does not complete because it is an SSD. When I run SD4 v2 on the SSD, there is no option given for me to turn off Boot Time Defrag. I want to remove Boot Time Defrag from the startup process on my SSD. There is no scheduled task to delete, and no service to disable that I can see. Please advise me on what changes need to be made to remove this from my boot up sequence. Thank you for your help. P.S. - Considering the current popularity of migrating the OS from an HDD to an SSD, this issue may come up with greater frequency. Perhaps a flag could be set in SD4 at program install identifying HDD or SSD. At SD4 program startup, if SSD is detected, but previous flag was for HDD, then there could be an auto-cleanup of Boot Time Defrag options.
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