|28 Apr 2010||#1|
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Clean install - wipe ssd
I need to reinstall Windows 7 on to my SSD (128g Torqx) and from reading various sources it may be best to completely wipe the ssd.
I'm curious what would be the best way to do that. Would just removing the partitions during setup work or is there software that will do a complete wipe of all the flash memory in the drive?
Thanks in advance....
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