How to crash newly Hard Disk

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  1. raj.mca

    raj.mca New Member

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    Dear All
    I wanna know that How to crash a new Hard Hisk & then to recover that and install OS on that Hard Disk.
    :roll:
     
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    icecoolz Active Member

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    errr....kind to enlighten us as to why you wanna do that ? !!!!
     
  3. sunnydiv

    sunnydiv Guest

    raj take a hammer, and boom boom, baam baam

    for recovery ask dex :D
     
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    NikhilVerma Member

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    Lol that's wired......

    To crash your harddisk...

    1) Install Windows... or
    1) Use Disk defragmenter .. and in the middle of it reset your system... Do It 20 times or
    2) Remove all anti-virus and then goto all the worst sites in the world that screw your OS and your HDD .....

    To recover....

    Boot in DOS mode using Bootable diskette
    Type format c:\
    Press enter
    then install the OS using a bootable CD
     
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    navneeth_snr New Member

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    :lol: GOOD IDEA :D
     
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    krazydude New Member

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    Follow me and I shall set u free
    Or take the HDD out and drop it on the wet floor
     
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    alib_i New Member

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    lots of fun here ..

    well it seems you want to keep all your data but completly remove your operating system.
    if this is so .. then i wudnt suggest crashing the system ..

    but instead make different partitions for data and OS ..
    keep all your important data in other partition and them simply format your c: drive and freshly install your new OS
     
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    theraven Active Member

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    ummm.. i think the guy wants to know how to format and reinstall an OS
    lol .... guess he took it too far ..
     
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    xenkatesh Bewitched!

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    Hamerring!!! ahhh good solution!!! lol
     
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