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I want to erase what is on the disc but i'm not sure how. What is the easiest way to do this?

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What is tmp

.tmp are temporary files. These files can be cleaned up using disc cleanup in most every Windows operating system. Some .tmp files are erased when you turn your PC off. The easiest way to get rid of them is to use disc cleanup in Windows then if you can, defragment your hard drive. You can manually delete them if you know where to look.

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Howe to erase adisc that I have just recorded?

format disk under windows..if that's what you have as an option..this will not provide the same density, however, as a manufactured disk

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My toshiba will turn on but it will pop up a grey screen for ever with only the mouse apering , I'd like to know if I can totally erase the memory from it . Or how to recover it .

To fix this and totally erase the memory it would require a windows installation disc during this if you still see the toshiba splash screen when you turn it on press the corresponding button to enter boot options now you would insert the disc and in the menu using the arrow keys select the cd drive it will say it is loading the setup files from there you basically click next a few times and let it do its thing afterwards you may need another computer to download the drivers for your specific model usually found at toshiba's website a great and free alternative is to use linux the easiest distribution being ubuntu, hope i could help!

Jan 03, 2012 | Toshiba Computers & Internet

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Format hard drive

To "format C" means to format the the C drive, or the primary partition that Windows or your other operating system is installed on. When you format C, you erase the operating system and other information on the C drive.
However, it's not a straightforward process to format C. You can't format the C drive like you can format another drive in Windows because you're within Windows when you perform the format. To format C from within Windows would be like lifting a chair in the air while sitting on it - you can't do it.
The solution is to format C from outside of Windows, meaning you need a way to format a drive from somewhere other than your Windows installation. The easiest way to do this is to boot to an operating system (with formatting abilities) from a CD/DVD/BD drive, flash drive, or floppy drive.
This might all sound very complicated but it's actually quite easy to format C. Below are 5 completely free ways to format your C drive:
Note: If you're trying to format your C drive because you want to replace or reinstall Windows, you do not need to format C ahead of time. Formatting is done automatically during the Windows installation. Skip this article entirely and instead see How To Clean Install Windows.
Important: Formatting your C drive does not permanently erase the data on the drive. If you want to completely erase the information on the C drive, see Option 5 below, Wipe the Drive Clean With Data Destruction Software.
1. Format C From a Windows Setup Disc
The easiest way to format C is by completing part of a Windows installation. It's not easiest as far as number of steps goes, but since most of us have a Windows Setup DVD lying around, we have easy access to a means to format drives outside of Windows.
Important: You can only format C this way using a Windows 7 Setup disc or a Windows Vista Setup disc.
However, it doesn't at all matter what Windows operating system is on your C drive, including Windows XP. The only requirement is the disc you use to format C - either a Windows 7 or a Windows Vista Setup DVD. Feel free to borrow a friend's disc if you'd like to try this method but you only have Windows XP... or some other operating system.
2. Format C From a System Repair Disc
If you don't have access to a Windows Setup DVD, but you do still have access to a working copy of Windows 7, you can create a System Repair Disc and then boot to that disc and format C from there.
You can only format C using a System Repair Disc if you have access to Windows 7 to create the System Repair Disc. If you don't have access to Windows 7, find someone who does and create the repair disc from their computer.
Note: A System Repair Disc created from Windows 7 can format a C drive that has any Windows operating system on it, including Windows XP or Windows Vista.
3. Format C From Recovery Console
If you have a Windows XP Setup CD, you can format C from the Recovery Console.
The biggest caveat here is that you must also have Windows XP installed on your C drive. However, if you don't have access to Windows 7 or Windows Vista, this option may be your best to format C.
This Recovery Console method to format C also applies to Windows 2000. Recovery Console does not exist in Windows Vista or later, nor does it exist in Windows ME, Windows 98, or earlier.

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I have a used macbook pro and I don't have the

There are two options you have. You can either acquire an OS (Operating System) disc to reformat the drive and reinstall the OS or you can return it to first user using the Single User boot mode.
The first option is easiest and erases their data so you don't have to worry about it being there.
The second option requires knowing some basic terminal commands.Final note: Have you tried just pressing enter on the login screen? Many times people don't have passwords but it will still ask for them.

Jul 25, 2011 | Apple Computers & Internet

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I have a memorex CD RW and i need to kno how to erase it so i can put music on it

The easiest way to do it is to use a free piece of software called "Burnaware Free", which you can download from this link:
One you have this installed, open it up, and choose the "erase disc option", select you disc drive, and away you go. A video of how to do this is below:

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How do I reset diagnostic codes on 2002 ford ranger to make sure repair was successful ? Ron

The easiest thing to try if you don't have a code reader that can erase codes is to remove both negative and positive battery terminals and hold them together for about a minute, this should drain all power from the battery and cause it to erase those trouble codes. If that doesn't work either buy a cheap code reader for $50-$100 that can erase codes.

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How do i rewrite over a disc that is full

If you are using a DVD-RW or DVD+RW, you can format the disc by performing "Format". You can format DVD-RW for either video mode recording or VR mode recording. DVD+RW can be format in order to erase all content of the disc.
You may not be able to reformat a disc that is not previously formatted by your recorder an example would be a. DVD disc formatted by PC or another recorder.
Follow these steps to re-write:
Insert a recordable disc.
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Select "DVD Menu",
then press [ENTER].
3 Then select "Format", and
press [ENTER].
4 select "Start", then
press [ENTER].
5 Confirm by selecting "Yes", then press
Formatting will start.
6 Formatting is completed.
When the disc is ready for you to rewrite to "100%" is indicated.
Formatting 100%

Mar 29, 2010 | Toshiba DR420 DVD Recorder

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Erase music

go in to your itunes or whatever music software that you have and delete them one by one. Theres probably a faster way, but this way is easiest and its sure to work.

Feb 22, 2010 | Sylvania Audio Players & Recorders

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Erases disks

marke sure you don't have it set on continue or continous loop. That should fix it

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