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[Request] Shredder eraser program

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi. Can someone here make a script that can delete files and clean harddrives(delete deleted files that still are in the harddisk) with the shredder function?.

Forexample: if i select some files and right click on them and select "delete with shredder".

And i would like to have an option menu that i can choose how many "rounds" shredder is going to erase the file.

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Several of these have already been made. Try searching the forum. If you need code written for you, please check out Rent-A-Coder in my sig.

If you want help writing a script (what the forum is for), post your code that you have so far, and we can help you with it.

We prefer to not write scripts for people, but rather, teach them to script for themselves.

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I have searched around in the forums, I found one script that i have to have autoit to use it. and i want a script that doesn't need autoit installed.

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I have searched around in the forums, I found one script that i have to have autoit to use it. and i want a script that doesn't need autoit installed.

Compile it. No compiled exe needs Autoit.

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search for 'SD' or 'Secure Delete' in the example scripts


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Compile it. No compiled exe needs Autoit.

I is compiled, but the author made some function that need autoit installed.

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i have to have autoit to use it

odd complaint.

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

i have to have autoit to use it

odd complaint.

No, the script i used was the old "space regain", In the newest version of space regain i dont need autoit installed. Edited by Chris86

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