Eraser and Windows "disk full" message

Mia Lisell

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Using Eraser, Windows don't display a "disk full" message at the end of erasing free space. It used to, but not anymore. Does it mean that free space isn't overwritten properly?
Using Directory Snoop (Briggs Softworks) I always get the "disk full" message but not when using Eraser. I have tried versions 5.3, 5.6 and 5.7 and it makes no difference. My OS is Windows 98.

//Mia
 
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Anonymous

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If Eraser fails to overwrite the free disk space, it will give you an error message at the end.
 
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Anonymous said:
If Eraser fails to overwrite the free disk space, it will give you an error message at the end.
OK, thanks. I got no error message, so I guess there's no problem then.

//Mia
 
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