We clone disks (S-ATA) here very frequently.
Sometimes the disk clone process will just crap out at only 2 per cent.
In which case, the DESTINATION HDD will probably already have had a new
boot sector written to it.
In order for me to label the disk as "blank" again - I would have to write zeros to it - which usually takes a couple of hours to complete.
Given that only a tiny amount of data has been written to it - is there any quicker way to "blank" a disk?