Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, this actually makes the issue worse for me as it effectively fills the disk up all of the time.
Here's an example:
1. Disk d:\ has 100GB free
2. Eraser kicks off and attempts to fill this 100GB with files filled with zeroed data
3. During this...
Ok, here's an interesting question that I can't find elsewhere:
Is there a way to configure Eraser to only consume up to a certain percentage of the free disk space on a volume during its erasure process?
e.g. if I point it at e:\, I would only like it to write balloon files up to 90% of the...