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Full format VS quick format

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Internet technology
In theoretically, you can do it by yourself. 
Solution 1:
step 1, full format your hard disk. 
step 2, dump trash data as many as you can into the hard disk to fill it up. 
step 3, reformat it again. 

Solution 2:
A tool called DBAN created by Blancco will rewrite the data on your hard drive with pseudo-random numbers.

Solution 3.
Smash your hard disk into pieces. that's it. Problem is resolved. :)





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Internet technology
In theoretically, you can do it by yourself. 
Solution 1:
step 1, full format your hard disk. 
step 2, dump trash data as many as you can into the hard disk to fill it up. 
step 3, reformat it again. 

Solution 2:
A tool called DBAN created by Blancco will rewrite the data on your hard drive with pseudo-random numbers.

Solution 3.
Smash your hard disk into pieces. that's it. Problem is resolved. :)






Andrew Pelters
Solution 3.Smash your hard disk into pieces. that's it. Problem is resolved. :)

That was what I did to my old hard disk! LOL




# 3
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Internet technology
In theoretically, you can do it by yourself. 
Solution 1:
step 1, full format your hard disk. 
step 2, dump trash data as many as you can into the hard disk to fill it up. 
step 3, reformat it again. 

Solution 2:
A tool called DBAN created by Blancco will rewrite the data on your hard drive with pseudo-random numbers.

Solution 3.
Smash your hard disk into pieces. that's it. Problem is resolved. :)





Andrew Pelters
Solution 3.Smash your hard disk into pieces. that's it. Problem is resolved. :)

That was what I did to my old hard disk! LOL





Tommy Fairbank
Very nice solution!    :=)

No more headache and worry!




# 4
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Internet technology
In theoretically, you can do it by yourself. 
Solution 1:
step 1, full format your hard disk. 
step 2, dump trash data as many as you can into the hard disk to fill it up. 
step 3, reformat it again. 

Solution 2:
A tool called DBAN created by Blancco will rewrite the data on your hard drive with pseudo-random numbers.

Solution 3.
Smash your hard disk into pieces. that's it. Problem is resolved. :)





Andrew Pelters
Solution 3.Smash your hard disk into pieces. that's it. Problem is resolved. :)

That was what I did to my old hard disk! LOL




Tommy Fairbank
Very nice solution!    :=)

No more headache and worry!





Jimmy Browny
Hahaha...I really have fun with you guys.



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