Hi guys, sorry if this has been asked before, but I couldn't find anything related to my problem. I'm on Yosemite and have a 2 TB external hard drive that was formatted as NTFS and have been using Paragon NTFS to write to it. One day, my hard drive just wouldn't let me put any more files onto it even though it showed around 700 GB available. it froze and gave me a -36 error. I tried repairing the drive(which was successful but didn't solve the problem), and using the "erase free space" option to clean up the drive, but that too froze. And by froze, I mean the progress bar it didn't move even overnight. Thinking I had no other options left, I moved my files off the hard drive and formatted it to exFAT. I then proceeded to put my files back onto it, but then I was met with the same problem as before, only now it had 1.21TB free space available. I couldn't even put the same amount of files back on the drive, which means that the unusable free space is growing. What could be the problem? Is it persisting ghost files? I hope it's not my hard drive failing.