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If i remove the hardrvie is there any data somewhere else?


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Insane Guy X

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If i get rid of my computer, and it has no harddrive, is there any data still on it anywhere? Like on the ram or somewhere im not sure how ram works but i know it does store temp data and it is like a gig i think (roughly) which is a lot of room).....so i dont know and is there anything else that holds data in a pc? , because i dont want even one line of text to be accessible, (because im paranoid even no one would want anything on it, the point of the matter), so how would i clear the ram or anyting else if there is anything, (assuming need to clear the ram at all)

Edited by Insane Guy X, 05 April 2007 - 12:02 PM.

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Nothing is stored elsewhere.
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Turning the power off on your computer off "clears" the RAM.
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