|I took one of my server hard drives for backup and maintainence to my stand alone desktop machine. I put Vista Ultimate 23 bit and I installed Paragon Partition Manager Enterprise Server 8.5. Now, I decided to do a defrag of that drive overnight and when I came to look at the machine, it was at sleep. When I turned it on, it came back from sleep mode, but the defrag is less half way done and displayed an error message saying the program needs to close.|
I am defragging the volume again, this time while Vista is restarted before starting up.
Now, here is my risk. Did Vista's sleep mode CORRUPT my hard drives data when Paragon was STILL defragging the drive? Should I cancel the defrag and do a scandisk instead since Vista's sleep mode corrupted the drive? What should I do?