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Step 1: Back up data
Back up any data you wish to keep using a USB flash drive or your computer's recordable disk drive.
Formatting the drive will erase all the data permanently, so be sure to save everything you need or want.
Step 2: Insert CD
Insert the installer CD and reboot the computer. You may need to enter a username and password upon startup and then select your language.
Step 3: Select Disk Utilities
Click on Menu and then Ulilities, and then select Disk Utilities.
Step 4: Choose disk to erase
Choose the disk you wish to erase and click on the Erase tab. Select a format from the pop-up menu and then enter a name for the new drive.
You may also click on Options and select Additional Security Preferences.
Step 5: Finish Format
Finish formatting the drive by clicking Okay and then hitting the Erase button. A full format of a primary drive may take several hours to complete.
Did You Know?
On March 30, 1858, Hymen Lipman filed a patent for the first eraser by attaching a piece of rubber to the end of a pencil.
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