I have had major problems with a couple of my machines recently. Problems in which no one can fix and I seem to have a difficult time explaining. I decided to completly wipe the disks with something other than my Windows disk. I have used it several times and the problems return. The program I tried was I believe was something called "Derrick's Boot and Nuke". I did not write it on the disk so I may be a little off. I can re-run it if needed. It is an ISO and it did boot and give me several options. I selected the one that is interactive instead of auto. It was called "Auto Nuke". The one I used showed 2 disks. The first listed was called "Unknown Device" and the other was a normal disk. When I tried to wipe the unknown device it did not even recognize it. It would do nothing when I tried to click on it to start. I then moved down to the other disk. Just to be sure that the app. I was using would actually work I started it and it did work. It let me choose a wipe method and let me start wiping it. I then stopped it and loaded my Linux Disk and here I am. I just wondered if anyone has heard of this before. Any input is welcome and appreciated. Tanks for your time.
Edited by bwrighttwo, 08 February 2014 - 06:35 PM.