Originally posted by cichlidkeeper91
Have you done your powermax thing? Does completely erase the hole hard drive? And why do you have to put it on a disk first before you can use it?
You have to put it on a disc because you have to boot the computer from it. You can't be running the computer from the hard drive when you're getting ready to erase the whole thing.
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