Defrag: Moving HDD during CHKDSK, Moving Vol Overlay, Mounting Drives with Scripts

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Microsoft tech troubleshooter extraordinaire Gov Maharaj and I help walk you through troubleshooting solutions to your tech support problems. If you have a problem you want to send us, you can use the Problem Step Recorder in Windows 7 (see this for details on how) and send us the zip file to DefragShow@microsoft.com. We will also be checking comments for problems, but the email address will let us contact you if needed. 

[01:19] - Is it possible to move the volume overlay. 
[02:23] - Way to copy group policy from W2k8 to W7 PC immediately.
[04:11] - Domain joined PC with old password issues. 
[05:35] - Is it safe to move a laptop performing a CHKDSK. 
[09:37] - Way to mount and dismount a HDD with scripts. 
[10:45] - Systray volume not changing headphone volume. 
[11:50] - Using a flash drive to extend memory to fix mem leak. 
[14:57] - How to boot without touch on broken touch PC. 
[15:30] - Pick of the Week: Guitar Pro 
[16:34] - Pick of the Week: Tobii Rex 

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    jim

    I do think that acceleration is more of a factor on the drive. At constant speed, the drive is in an inertial frame of reference and can't tell if it's moving at Mach 5 or sliding across your table slowly.

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    Philip Saunders

    Worth mentioning you have to have local admin rights when re joining the computer to the network (as mention at 5m - 5.35minutes) I've had this issue several times over the last few years and it happens for no reason at all and coming off the domain and rejoining seems to be the best solution. Wish this would be fixed.

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    chrisbrooki​ns

    In reference to the GPO question, 'gpresult' is a very helpful command to run when troubleshooting GPO issues.  It will tell you if a policy has been filtered along with other useful information.

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    blacqwolf

    "Systray volume not changing headphone volume."

    That's the notification area, not the system tray, silly!

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