I'd need some tips on how to unformat a hard drive. Presently, it is used as a slave drive--there is no partition with an operating system, and is currently formatted for Windows.
All data has been moved or deleted and now I would like to "wipe it clean" so to speak and reformat for use in my new Mac.
I still have my PC and run Windows XP.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance!
I'm not familiar with Macs or their OSes, but simply deleting the partitions and/or logical drives is enough to prepare it for new machine, giving that Mac's OS bootable CD/DVD is capable of creating partitions and logical drives.
I suggest that you leave the formatting to Mac.. Not PC.
You can use disk management in your current machine, if the drive in question is set as slave.
Can't wipe them much cleaner than that.