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Thanks and what about my OS?
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Thanks and what about my OS?
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Thanks and what about my OS?
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if you cant find the download link on that page go here

http://www.knoppix.com/
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Ok it works(the link) But I dont want my OS deleted! Is there alternative?
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OK I have just read back over your POST and you do not need to perform a zerofill. I repeat do not perform a zerofill.

There are several programs which will permanently remove files from you PC. and Ccleaner might be your best bet.
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Ok Can you name some other programs?
Thanks!
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but, If I use Un-delete in TuneUp! and this software in this other site I can retrieve those files!!
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I read this topic on Geek News and WarriorScot advised me on Nuke Boot Disk! Maybe you should check it out!!
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Thanks RockyIV but I dont want to re-install in OS.
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Absolutely, anything which is on the drive will be gone, sounds like you need to think about doing a backup of some kind

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It wouldn't destroy everything PERMANENTLY? It is still recoverable? :tazz:
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It wouldn't destroy everything PERMANENTLY? It is still recoverable?


I dont know of any way of recovering data from a disk that has been zero filled (other than lab) and would love to hear all about it.

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Edited by WhatThe, 22 September 2005 - 05:13 AM.

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Oh yeah! I meant the lab. LOL!
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There are several programs which will permanently remove files from you PC. and Ccleaner might be your best bet.

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No it doesn't? :tazz:
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What do you mean ? I think that it removes it but is recoverable .

Can someone please back this up ?
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