We have 100 decommissioned computers. We want to wipe all of their hard drives. Can this be automated? We have been looking at dban. Can this be automated.
Answer Question | October 19, 2010 4:31 PM
Automation, dban, HARD drive, Hard drive erasure
We are donating 100 PCs. How can I quickly and effectively wipe all their hard drives? I have looked into Mban and it looks promising but would I be better doing that or pulling all the drives and formatting multiple ones at the same time? What are best practices for doing this?
Answer Question | October 13, 2010 2:22 PM
Backup hardware, Backup storage, HARD drive, Hard drive erasure, Security in 2010, Storage, Storage management
I cleared the hard drive of my macbook, and inserted the install disk. Now it won’t reboot. Any advice?
Answer Question | November 2, 2011 8:59 PM
HARD drive, Hard drive erasure, iMac, Rebooting mac
My hard drive (Vista, 450GB) occupancy is 99.8GB and yet the sum of the individual folders is only 33GB. At one stage (with much the same content) it was around 45GB. I have destoyed all data, reformatted the disc and reloaded everything from scratch to no significant effect. I have also performed the usual disc [...]
Answer Question | May 1, 2010 1:33 PM
HARD drive, Hard drive erasure, HP Pavilion, Windows Vista, Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit
I have an iSeries 600 (I think…it’s in storage right now, so I’m not sure the model). I would like to consider selling it for parts on my own, or to a company that handles that. It is not entitled so I assume that I can’t just sell it to a company to use. (My [...]
Answer Question | August 1, 2010 12:17 PM
Hard drive erasure, iSeries 600, V5R3, V5R4