Using Deep Freeze Standard 7, it is my understanding that files are still potentially recoverable unless you wipe the free space while thawed. My question is this... Where is deep freeze running in the unallocated space while frozen? My hard disk is split up into multiple partitions and I only freeze the C operating drive, and leave the others unprotected to save wanted files. With that said, when I wipe the free space, do I just need to wipe free space drive C, or does each and every partitioned drive need to have it's free space wiped as well? To sum up, does deep freeze's virtual image ever leave the operating system drive which the program is installed on, or does the entire drive and each of it's partitions need the free space wiped while thawed as well, to completely and thoroughly erase a deep freeze frozen state?