I'm curious as to why a blank (as in formatted) drive would show it has Movable files and folders or even Unmovable when I run the Windows 7 defrag tool on the drive.
C:\windows\system32>defrag E: /H /A /V Microsoft Disk Defragmenter Copyright (c) 2007 Microsoft Corp. Invoking analysis on 8GB_DISK (E:)... The operation completed successfully. Post Defragmentation Report: Volume Information: Volume size = 7.46 GB Cluster size = 4 KB Used space = 62.96 MB Free space = 7.40 GB Fragmentation: Total fragmented space = 0% Average fragments per file = 1.10 Movable files and folders = 23 Unmovable files and folders = 12 Files: Fragmented files = 0 Total file fragments = 0 Folders: Total folders = 11 Fragmented folders = 0 Total folder fragments = 0 Free space: Free space count = 4 Average free space size = 1.80 GB Largest free space size = 4.27 GB Master File Table (MFT): MFT size = 1.00 MB MFT record count = 1023 MFT usage = 100% Total MFT fragments = 2 Note: File fragments larger than 64MB are not included in the fragmentation statistics. You do not need to defragment this volume.