But I believe they will replace the hard drive and keep my old one. Perhaps to fix, or diagnose the problem. But someone having access to everything I have ever done on my computer makes me uneasy. I have purchased many things online with credit cards, and communicate a lot online with people, so is a huge loss of privacy. Is there anyway to wipe out my hard drive's memory(esp email/aim logs/credit card info, but a full wipe out would be best) so as not to open up my personal life to best buy employee's?
I actually did a system restore, which wipes out everything to try to fix my HD, but that can be undone can't it?
Edited by blurblur, 11 August 2005 - 01:11 PM.