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Does a Hard Drive become corrupt because you "delete to many things"?

I've heard its because you "delete to many things" so the hard drive has to write over the deleted stuff.

Is this true?

By deleting something I mean dragging it to the recycling bin, then removing it from the recycling bin.
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  2. Just be careful what you delete. Some files are important system files.
    -Bruce
  3. dish_moose said:
    Just be careful what you delete. Some files are important system files.
    -Bruce


    A wise old man once told me:
    "If you didn't create it, don't delete it."
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