Hello - I'm new here and after searching the forum I couldn't find what I was looking for, so I thought I'd ask. I have an early 2013 Macbook pro that was water damaged. It blinks on but I can't do much more than that so I wish to sell it for spares and repairs. Before I do this though, I wish to remove all the data on it. It has a 512Gb storage device (looks like a stripped down SSD) and I was hoping I could remove it, place it into some sort of adapter and using a USB drive caddy, shred the data with my Windows computer. This is the part that I would like to wipe: http://www.macpartsonline.com/661-7...etina-13-inch-late-2012-early-2013-a1425.html I bought an MSATA to SATA adapter, but this doesn't look to be the right item. I think I need a mini PCI adapter, but before I make another incorrect purchase, can someone advise me if this is a good idea or not? Also, I've seen file shredding programs before but if anyone has any recommendations then I'm all ears - I really wouldn't know what's best to go for.