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    Simplest wipe all data from drive

    I'm looking for a - stick cd in machine - boots - just asks if I want to wipe EVERYTHING and then just does it.

    Anyone recommend one please ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleSi View Post
    I want to wipe EVERYTHING
    By everything, do you actually mean everything?

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    I want to wipe EVERYTHING
    You might want to add a hankerchief and some toilet paper. I use Killdisk which is free and does the trick.

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    @Arthur - of course not - nobody ever means EVERYTHING
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