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wanting so far deleted files not to be revovered


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nurujem

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i have deleted many files and i have empited them from the recycle bin.my fear is
that if some one use undeleting tools he might recover the files which i have deleted and i don't like that.please tell me what i have to do because i do not want my files to be recovered by some undelete tools.please know that i am not talking about shredder.because shredder utilities are useful for the files i will delete in the future.but what i want is to make my deleted files not to be revovered by some undelete tools.
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if you dont want to use the harddisk anymore, you can use a magnes from another harddisk, and that will do a good job.

you can redo a LowFormat, depenting on what company the drive is from you can do a LowFormat. Some you can use there diognostic tools to do this. it writes only ZERO's to the HHD and if you re do it many times it should become more perminant.
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israel_guy

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Hi,

You just try to Delete appilications form the "Add Remove Programs" Menu. This can't be recovered.
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they actualy can with the right recovery program. part of the thing i do is recovering data on HHD and that include removed software amongst other things.
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