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How to really clean out your hard drive!

Discussion in 'Tech Tips and Reviews' started by kilowatt1, Jan 14, 2003.

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  1. kilowatt1

    kilowatt1 Thread Starter

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    If you really want to clean up your hard drive, follow the instructions HERE .


    Have you ever sat looking (with total disgust) at your hard drive that just died and wondered what to do with it?:p Now you know!!
     
  2. rugrat

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    You are wasting so much time!!! The correct procedure is to put it in the freezer overnight, next morning, hit it with a hammer, then put all of the remaining parts in the dishwasher on the pots & pans cycle!!! Once it has gone through the cycle, wrap everything in a wire (several coils) and touch each end to a positive and negative terminal on a car battery to induce proper magnetism. Once all of this is done, re-assemble and enjoy your newly created drive!!!:D :D :D

    SeeYa
     
  3. $teve

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    WHO`S HE CALLING BILLY BOB?:p
     
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