incorrect parameters with eraserd -disk ?

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Anonymous

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Hi!
First, thank's for this soft. I use eraserd but I don't know the difference between "eraserd -disk c" and "eraserd -disk c:".

In the first case, deleting take about 1 min for 1 Go, I see for example :
|========================================| 99,99%

In second case, I don't know the time necessary because it's too loooooooong and I see something likethis (with the "=" running from left to right, again and again) :
| = |

What is the difference? What is the good command?
Thank you.
 
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Anonymous

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If you want to erase the unused disk space, then you must add ':' after the drive letter, i.e. "eraserd -disk C:".
 
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Anonymous

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hyphen or not hyphen

Anonymous said:
If you want to erase the unused disk space, then you must add ':' after the drive letter, i.e. "eraserd -disk C:".
Well. But what's append without the ":"? I see something like a wiping, which take several minutes, with a 0 to 100% bargraph. What's wrong whith this?
 
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