Hello, everybody. I'm a quite new Privazer user, however, I came to appreciate it as a very efficient tool for erasing garbage from my drive, and as a tool to help people who come to me with their sluggish systems. However, I've been dealing with an error that didn't bother me until now since I'm usually more interested in simply getting rid of superfluous files rather than achieving high security. In this case, alas, I would like a little more security. When I perform a standard in-depth scan and purge of files, secure deletion of mft traces always fails. The stated error is that I do not have enough free space to perform the operation. I'm trying to do a wipe on a Goodram IRDM PRO 256GB drive that has 2/3 of its capacity free. I'm running Windows 10 Pro x64. There is no error pop-up. Just a short msg right under the progress bar. Could someone shed some light on the issue? I've tried several 2-3-pass methods of wiping and they all failed. I wouldn't really want to try all those extreme options. It's not like I'm dealing with some government secrets; I'll be giving my pc away and I want it to be ready for use and properly configured, but free from any traces of my existence.