Hard Drive Death And You

Hard drive destruction is an unfortunate truth of modern computer technology. Even with the most careful use, any hard drive will eventually fail, rendering it a brick of metal and the data stored therein as good as gone. However, some people deliberately attempt hard drive destruction for their own ends. Perhaps data stored on the drive is too important to risk access by a virus. Criminal activity can often be recorded to a drive in ways that even a full reformat can’t remove entirely. On rare occasions, though, it is just a frustrated reaction by a user who has had one too many problems with their computer system.

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