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If you're trying to learn as much as you can, GeekU would be an extremely valuable experience for you, imho. That's the main reason that I'm doing it - for the experience (tho I certainly want to help as many people as I possibly can in the process!)
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how do i get to it?
i definitely want to do it...oh, and just out of curiosity, if you "nuke" something, using linux i believe, do you have to run another software to make the formatted drive usable again?
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Click here to read about and join GeekU. It can take a few days to get processed, so be patient.

Are you talking about the Boot and Nuke program? I don't believe you need anything special...I'm pretty sure that just the Window's setup will format it (although I can't recall if I have actually ever setup Windows on a drive that's been nuked.)
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um...i filled out the application, but i kinda think it might be over my head...but, you never know till you try...
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The teachers here at GeekU are excellent. They know that you will make mistakes, and they will help you. Follow the instructions and you'll be fine. :)
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i hope so...im always bored, so this would give me somethin to do...not that thats all i want to do it for, i mean, i do love computers...

Edited by drmoneejd, 03 December 2008 - 05:45 PM.

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