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Old 11th May 2005, 21:08   #1
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When you delete a file or format your hard drive your data isn't really deleted and can be recovered. If your have sensitive data, you must learn how to really erase data from your hard drive.

A lot of people don't know, but when we delete a file from a computer in fact it isn't really deleted. The operating system simply remove it from the file list and makes the space the file was using ...

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