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Wiping Drive for New Mobo

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what is the best way to do it?

i've already backed up all my data on another drive
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WD 80GB + WD 250GB Vista Home Premium - 64 Bit ASUS VH222H 21.5" 650W Corsair 
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Hi.



When you install a new OS the system will give the option for a HDD format.

This seems to do the trick each time.
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C300 (OS), Velociraptor (storage) Lite-On W7 64-bit Pro Samsung 275T 
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Black Widow Ult. Silverstone DA750 Lian Li T60 R.A.T. 7 
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