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Normally, hard drives don't require drivers (mine doesn't) and can be erased by overwriting (random) data or physically destroying it. I think you don't want option 2, so you should go with option 1. You can do this through software and that is what that tool does. If parted magic secure erase doesn't work, try a different tool like CCleaner Drive Wiper of ...


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