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Incidentally I found that older drive PCBs have value for data recovery companies, removing and shredding just the 8 pin flash chip is good enough. These can also be recycled if destruction of the data on them can be assured they were previously wiped. Newer hybrid drives are a problem as data can be stored on the PCB as wellwell though this is normally obvious upon removal.
Incidentally I found that older drive PCBs have value for data recovery companies, removing and shredding just the 8 pin flash chip is good enough. These can also be recycled if destruction of the data on them can be assured they were previously wiped. Newer hybrid drives are a problem as data can be stored on the PCB as wellwell though this is normally obvious upon removal.

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Incidentally I found that older drive PCBs have value for data recovery companies, removing and shredding just the 8 pin flash chip is good enough. These can also be recycled if destruction of the data on them can be assuredassured they were previously wiped. Newer hybrid drives are a problem as data can be stored on the PCB as well.
Incidentally I found that older drive PCBs have value for data recovery companies, removing and shredding just the 8 pin flash chip is good enough. These can also be recycled if destruction of the data on them can be assuredassured they were previously wiped. Newer hybrid drives are a problem as data can be stored on the PCB as well.

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Incidentally  I found that older drive PCBs have value for data recovery companies, removing just the 8 pin flash chip is good enough. These can also be recycled  if destruction of the data on them can be assured. Newer hybrid drives are a problem as data can be stored on the PCB as well.

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