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Active KillDisk

License: Free for Windows
202 downloads
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Version
14.0
Updated
Compatibility
Windows95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Size
104.69 MB
Language
English
Website
www.killdisk.com

Description

Active KillDisk Active KillDisk is a free utility designed to completely and irretrievably destroy any data on any storage device. The program can be launched from a bootable DOS-disk, a flash-card or a CD-drive. The data is accessed physically through the underlying Input/Output System (BIOS), bypassing the structure of logical disks. Regardless of the type of operating system (DOS, Windows, Linux and Unix) and file system, Active KillDisk will completely delete all data without the possibility to recover it.

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8 years ago
danil
Hello. I am booting from a bootable flash drive. I don't get any menu info when i login through dos (i have everything set up correctly in my bios), only the inscriptions: Welcome to Active KillDisk Loading.... Invalid opcode at 000B 0000 0046, etc. C:\> My notebook acer aspire 5562wxmi What should I do?
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8 years ago
danil
Hello. I don't see this menu (everything is configured correctly in the bios), but only the inscriptions: Welcome to Active KillDisk Loading.... Invalid opcode at 000B 0000 0046 etc. C:\> My notebook acer aspire 5562wxmi What should I do?
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11 years ago
Anonymous
does it delete everything or can you choose which drive?
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11 years ago
Aleksandr
Have you zeroed from DOS? If yes, before the drive has a SMART function and apparently on your drive appeared BEDS and SMART abandoned them, i.e. marked them as broken clusters, that's why the disk volume read less, no big deal.
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14 years ago
Igorʹ
Please advise! Before formatting used this program, the hard drive was 120GB, after using it, it became 111GB. What I tried, nothing helps. Does anyone know how to restore the old drive back to its original size? Thank you.
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