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I finally got round to trying this with linux. My first attempt was with a SATA to USB adaptor on my laptop. This was unsuccessful as the USB adaptor wasn't passing the security commands to the SATA drive. On my second attempt I plugged the drive into the motherboard SATA on an old dell running Lubuntu and it worked first time, no problems. The commands I used were:sudo hdparm -I /dev/sdbsudo hdparm --user-master m --security-erase "PACE FRANCE Master Security PWD2" /dev/sdbsudo hdparm --user-master m --security-unlock "PACE FRANCE Master Security PWD2" /dev/sdbsudo hdparm --user-master m --security-disable "PACE FRANCE Master Security PWD2" /dev/sdbThanks for the linux suggestion!
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I never even thought of doing this with Linux! That would be so much easier. I'm definitely going to try it when I get some time. Thanks for the info.
Glad it worked for you.
I had a quick Google about. From what I've read I'm guessing that the drive isn't password protected. It will be formatted with a Linux filesystem. Did you try plugging and trying to format it from your normal operating system? Let us know how you get on.
Sounds like you might not have the DOS version of the .exe
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