Question about IBM HARD DRIVE 30GB 2 5" 4200 RPM Thinkpad X30 13N6703
One way: take the "System Restore" set of CD-ROMs that were originally shipped with the computer, and boot from the first CD.
If you have lost those CDs, there may be a "recovery partition" on the disk-drive -- when you turn the computer on, look for a "Press F11 to enter Product Recovery" prompt. Press F11.
Contact IBM. For about $60, they will ship a replacement set of those "System Restore" CD-ROMs to you.
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