I have transferred my data files from a 2gb Terastation raid array backup drive to other hard drives for archival storage. I would like to completely wipe the terastation to start fresh, as well as ensure personal info such as bank account passwords, credit cards, etc are no longer on it because I inadvertently had a data folder with this info selected to backup to it as well as my other folders. If I ever ditch it for a new one, I want to make sure that personal info never is retrievable. This drive is actually 4 hard drives, I guess, set up as some sort of Raid Array...so, it has some kind of redundant backup as I recall...so that if one drive goes down, data is still somehow retrievable off one of the other drives within this unit. So.. anyone know how I can technically completely wipe the drive? Kinda paranoid in this era of computer hacks. Thanks.