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Old 05-16-2007, 10:28 PM
ReddSmith ReddSmith is offline
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Disk Utility says I can erase and zero just a volume

The dialog wording says "Erasing a selected volume erases that volume only, leaving other volumes on the disk unchanged." And the Secure Erase Options dialog says "Use these options to specify how to erase your disk or volume..."
Let's assume I can zero-out only my volume named "Work". (If it erases the entire disk, well, I'll certainly find that out!)

My issue is, if "Work" then no longer exists, how do I redefine/reestablish "Work" as the third volume on that disk, occupying the newly-zeroed space?
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