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Hello all,

If uve seen my other posts u'll know that apple are giving me a replacement machine for my faulty imac.

I want to know how I can wipe completely all my personal info before I send it back.

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Pop the install DVD in and reboot from the disc. Go to Utilities>Disk Utility and select Erase. Click Options and do a zero of the HDD to be doubly doubly sure.
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Pop the install DVD in and reboot from the disc. Go to Utilities>Disk Utility and select Erase. Click Options and do a zero of the HDD to be doubly doubly sure.
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