I have a client HDD that the client wants wiped securely due to infection/malfunction/whatever. In fact when starting the OS with that HDD it only shortly boots up and then shuts down abruptly. Since the task is not to investigate the cause of this error (and an external backup of all sensitive data has very wisely previously been done) but to prepare the HDD for fresh installation of the OS I would like to wipe this drive with DBAN. However I cannot remember how to wipe a drive connected via USB in DBAN. It is actually an internal HDD that I have taken out and plugged into a QuickPort Combo. I have not used DBAN in a long time so please forgive me for asking this question if the answer is obvious. Somehow it seems that DBAN will "autonuke" all drives it finds when booting with the CD, however I don't want my own HDDs to be gone but only the hooked up HDD from the client. How do I proceed? Yes I do like to use DBAN for this and only DBAN. Thank you for any help or input.