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Hi Garrett !!

Thank you for your fast reply !
Cant I even remove the swapfile from Dos and then
do a free space clean on C: ?
If not, do I just boot with eraserd disk ?
Any comman I should type in Dos ?
Can I change the number of passes ?

Bye from Mowgliman
You can do a freespace wipe with Eraserd, after you have erased the swapfile.

I suggest you play with eraserd by testing it against a floppy. That way you can get used to using it and create your own batch files etc.