> Example: disk is faulty and will no longer work. How do you guarantee
> that nobody will be able to read it after you toss it out OR return it
> to the manufacturer to claim for warranty?
I'm told people do actually buy dead hard-drives that are returned for
RMA purposes. I wonder that they do with them? :)
if it's bad you should think nothing of taking the dewalt cordless, and
putting a hole through the platters and the case...
A hole wouldn't suffice, you would best destroy the platters
completely (grid off the surface or melt them down). Or better still,
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