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* [http://hddguru.com/content/en/software/2007.07.20-HDD-Capacity-Restore-Tool/ HDD Capacity Restore], a reportedly Free utility that removed the DCO (to give you more storage for your hard drive!)
 
* [http://hddguru.com/content/en/software/2007.07.20-HDD-Capacity-Restore-Tool/ HDD Capacity Restore], a reportedly Free utility that removed the DCO (to give you more storage for your hard drive!)
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* [http://www.tableau.com/pdf/en/Tableau_TD1_Product_Brief.pdf Tableau TD1] can remove the HPA and DCO.
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* [http://www.mp3cdsoftware.com/blancco---pro-download-292.htm Blancco-Pro 4.5] reportedly removes the HPA and DCO to completely obliterate all of that pesky information which might get in the way.
  
 
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Revision as of 00:10, 17 December 2008

Tools

  • SAFE-Block, claims the ability to temporarily remove the HPA and remove the DCO and later return it to its original state.
  • HDD Capacity Restore, a reportedly Free utility that removed the DCO (to give you more storage for your hard drive!)
  • Blancco-Pro 4.5 reportedly removes the HPA and DCO to completely obliterate all of that pesky information which might get in the way.

References

  • Hidden Disk Areas: HPA and DCO, Mayank R. Gupta, Michael D. Hoeschele, Marcus K. Rogers, International Journal of Digital Evidence, Fall 2006, Volume 5, Issue 1