Sometimes a hardware RAID controller or fakeraid (BIOS) can leave RAID metadata that makes it impossible to install Windows or Linux, or it installs correctly, but causes a kernel panic or a 0xb7 blue screen error on the first boot.
The only method we could find to delete the metadata *quickly* is to zero out the last 512KB of data on the disk using the following command:
dd if=/dev/zero of=$YOUR_DEV bs=512 seek=$(( $...
By BIP, September 1, 2016
To securely shred wipe erase scrub data is not as easy as you may think. When you delete a file using the default commands of the operating system (for example “rm” in Linux/BSD/MacOS/UNIX or “del” in DOS or emptying the recycle bin in WINDOWS) the operating system does NOT delete the file, the contents of the file remains on your hard disk.
The only way to shred wipe erase scrub and make recovering of your sensit...
By wen, September 2, 2016