Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Take your pick:
(Note that "Format" or "Delete Partition" will not erase the data)
1. Remove the hard drive. Discard computer w/o hard drive.
2. Purchase "Wipe Disk" utility ($30 at OfficeDepot) or trust a similar, but free utility at download.com
3. Have a machine shop (or get brave) and drill several holes in the hard drive... impossible to recover data.
4. If someone suggests a magnet, it will only weaken the magnetic charge on the hard drive "platters" and not completely erase the data.
Hope this helps!
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