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The most secure is in my thread > http://www.overclock.net/t/1221707/acetylene-oxygen-cutting-torch-vs-hard-disk-platter#post_16576869
No kidding lol! I would like to be able to return it if necessary though, and I think they'd object to those methods of doing an erase! lol!
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I know I was just saying thats the only secure delete I know of. I use this to erase stuff just thought I would share > http://eraser.heidi.ie/
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I know I was just saying thats the only secure delete I know of. I use this to erase stuff just thought I would share > http://eraser.heidi.ie/
Haha yeah well thanks lol! =)
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