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Formating the hardisc

ERASING AND FORMATING

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  • Reman111 Jun 11, 2008

    got computer free, previous owner had not a clue, it has 3 os's
    none work but it gets to the select an os screen. would like to
    do a low level format and install just one os. can not find utilities
    for fireball please help! Thanks

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