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Do you have any USB drives attached? If so disconnect them and retry.

Check the BIOS to see if you have an option to disable the card readers.

If all else fails try using Killdisk
 

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[email protected] LastKings. It varies by system. When you first start your computer you should see something about pressing some of the function keys. Most systems use either the delete key, F10, F1, or the ESC key when the computer is first turned on.
 

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I believe your model should use the DEL key

Turn the PC on and repeatedly tap the DEL key to enter the System Setup (BIOS) Menu
 

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All BIOS don't have this option so if you don't see that's okay.

Have you considered trying killdisk to wipe the drive? Will accomplish the same thing.
 
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