Re: deleting a hard drive

From: andy smart (anonymus_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: 10/11/04

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    Juergen Nieveler wrote:
    | "David H. Lipman" <DLipman~nospam~@Verizon.Net> wrote:
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    |>I like what Jim Watt stated -- "...shred it." However, I have yet to
    |>come across a 1/8" cross-cut shredder that does hard disks ;-)
    |
    |
    | Sorry for the late reply :-)
    |
    | I HAVE come across a shredder that could also do hard disks, but it was
    | years ago - it was used to shred whole binders full of paper, including
    | all the metall parts, so if you feed it only the HD platter, it would
    | probably work.
    |
    | Recently, I've also seen a commercial shredder (priced around 100EUR,
    | IIRC) in an electronics shop that would eat paper and CD/DVD media...
    |
    | Of course, if you REALLY want to destroy a hard disk with all the data
    | on it, thermite is your agent of choice - much more fun than a
    | shredder, and you won't get any data back from the lump of
    | iron-with-assorted-other- metals that is left over after the fire is
    | out :-)
    |
    | Juergen Nieveler
    I've often wondered about taking one upstairs to the science technicans
    as asking for some hydrochloric..........
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