That's the problem
The problem is, there is no error message. Since sometimes it works, the command is always run. When it does not work, after rebooting the OS, the OS still boots because it's there. Please excuse me, this might be silly anyway.
In Windows, the OS does not allow you to format the C:\ drive. In Linux, the OS allows you to run dd and sometimes it deletes the 1st mb. I understand it's possible that the operation of the system, protects certain areas of the drive, and so on. Too complicated for me to pursue, but since it works sometimes, I wanted to know what I was doing right or wrong. I am still interested in a script if you have one (bash?).
Also, if you have a specific sequence to initialize a drive, please let me know the best way to do it in Linux.
Last edited by turtlemicro; 11-04-2011 at 04:04 AM.