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Wipe My Disks

Wipe My Disks Tool
Wipe My Disks – click to enlarge
Wipe My Disks Tool
Wipe My Disks – click to enlarge

Developer: HDDGURU.COM

License terms: Freeware for both home and commercial use

Supported OS: Any (tool is supplied in form of boot media)

Requirements: An empty 1 GB (or bigger) thumb drive; will work on almost any PC

Wipe My Disks is a tool for secure low-level disk wiping. It will erase all partitions and file systems regardless of the installed Operating system and will do that simultaneously for all disks in the system to save time.

  • Supported interfaces: S-ATA (SATA), IDE (E-IDE), SCSI, SAS, USB, FIREWIRE.
  • Big drives (LBA-48) are supported.
  • Supported HDD/SSD Manufacturers: Intel, OCZ, Samsung, Kingston, Maxtor, Hitachi, Seagate, Samsung, Toshiba, Fujitsu, IBM, Quantum, Western Digital, and almost any other not listed here.
  • The program also supports low-level wiping of most FLASH cards (SD/MMC, MemoryStick, CompactFlash, SmartMedia, XD) using a card-reader.

The tool is supplied in form of a boot media image which can be written onto any USB thumb drive (1 GB minimum). After the image is transferred to the thumb drive, simply boot from it and confirm that you want to start the process.

Wipe My Disks does not care about the operating system on drives – it could be Windows, Linux, Mac, or any other OS with any number of partitions (including hidden ones). If your media has a supported interface then it can be securely wiped with Wipe My Disk!

WARNING: After running this tool, ALL disks in your system will be erased.
Data restoration is impossible after using this utility!

Download Compressed Image: wipemydisks1.1.imgc.zip (unzip before writing)
Download Raw Image: wipemydisks1.1.img.zip (unzip before writing)

Installation instructions

Once you download either compressed or raw image, you will need to unzip it. Then you will need a tool that can write images onto thumb drives (simply copying the downloaded file onto a thumb drive will not work).

Compressed image is smaller (around 300 MB unzipped), and you will need to use the HDD Raw Copy Tool (free) to write it onto a thumb drive.
Raw image is bigger (almost 1 GB unpacked) and can be written with any tool that supports writing raw images onto storage devices (linux dd command is one example).

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