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If you have a Western Digital drive, then you can use the built in Secure Erase. (it's disabled by default though, so you need to enable it)
I think it's one of the Data Lifeguard tools that come with it (if you bought OEM, you can get them off the website), but I'm not sure.
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use eraser 5.8 if you have a floppy make the bios read the a drive floppy first clean s to dod standards
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