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Fully clean the drive

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Foxhoundmethena, Sep 5, 2019.

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  1. Foxhoundmethena

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    If im resseting and choose fully clean this drive will windows still reamin when im done
     
  2. Fireflycph

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    What do you mean by "Clean" and how are you doing it?
     
  3. Foxhoundmethena

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    I hit f8 when booting it selected reset and it gives me 2 options 1 is just remove my files and the other is fully clean the drive
     
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    Which type of machine (make and model) and which OS?
     
  5. Foxhoundmethena

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    Dell ispirion windows 7 model P24T
     
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    Fully Clean the Drive: Select this option when you'll be giving away or donating your computer to strangers. This option removes your data and then scrubs the hard drive extra clean.
     
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