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Hi,

Sorry I do not understand how this relates to my post above.......

You need to put SeaTools on a DOS floppy disk or on a DOS CD (read all links in my post above) and then connect your blank SATA HD to your PC MOBO and disconnect all other HDDs from the PC MOBO......then boot the PC from the DOS floppy disk or DOS CD.......and do a zero fill on the SATA HDD.......

I don't have the option zero fill :s

I do have it with other harddrives but not with my sata HDD

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I don't have the option zero fill :s

I do have it with other harddrives but not with my sata HDD


Do you mean via OS X, or via SeaTools DOS floppy disk or CD.......? Please clarify.

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SeaTools DOS cd !

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SeaTools DOS cd !


Does the SeaTools DOS CD give you any formatting options for the SATA HD.......if not, it sounds like a "badly" messed up HDD........





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