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Old 05-26-2011, 10:47 PM   #4
Benwiggy
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Why won't they return the drive? It's your property. You bought it, and you bought its replacement.
I would question this practice in the first instance. A failing drive may not be much use to you, and you may prefer them to get rid of it for you, but that's different.

As for the contents: I would wipe the drive.
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