Configuring Your VAIO
This section provides information about maintaining your computer's hard
disk drive performance, connecting a compatible i.LINK® device, and
enabling an Ethernet connection.
Hard Disk Drive Partition
To maintain optimum system performance, you should defragment your
computer's D partition regularly.
To improve the performance of Sony audio and video software applications, the
hard disk drive on your computer has been formatted with two partitions, C and
D. Some Sony software applications save files to the D partition. This prevents
large video captures from consuming the available space on your C partition.
Defragmenting your hard disk drive
If you encounter frame dropping while recording digital video onto your hard
disk drive, defragmentation may be necessary.
Deactivate your screen saver and close other open applications, if applicable.
Click Start in the Windows Taskbar and select All Programs.
Point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then select Disk
The Disk Defragment dialog box appears.
Select Action from the menu bar and click Analyze.
It may take more than a couple of hours to complete defragmentation, depending on
the data capacity and current utilization of your computer's hard disk drive(s).