Erase Multifunction Printer/Scanner HD

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Erase Multifunction Printer/Scanner HD

Postby Goli » Sat Jan 21, 2012 3:01 am


We are trying to learn how to use Heidi to erase the HD of a Mulifunction Printer/Scanner that contains sensitive patient information before we donate the machine. We searched the forum but could not find anything. Would appreciate any guidance. Thank you!
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Re: Erase Multifunction Printer/Scanner HD

Postby Joel » Sun Jan 22, 2012 3:42 am

You'll have to find a way to extract the hard disk and connect it to a Windows computer; Eraser doesn't currently work with OSes other than Windows.

I'm not sure whether the hard disk is a user-removable part, though. If it is, it should be fairly straightforward. Otherwise, I think this line of thought would be a dead end.
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Re: Erase Multifunction Printer/Scanner HD

Postby william070707 » Mon Mar 05, 2012 12:15 pm

The above post is not appropriate :mrgreen:
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Re: Erase Multifunction Printer/Scanner HD

Postby DavidHB » Mon Mar 05, 2012 12:19 pm

william070707 wrote:The above post is not appropriate :mrgreen:

Agreed. Like other forums, we fight a continuous war against spam. I have administrator privileges, and have deleted the user and their posts.

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