as stated in my previous responce, l-o-eras does not erase the drive. it simply puts it back into to staus 72 which is for reading and writing to the drive. If the drive is not fried, this will work for him to get the key from the drive.
rofl.. you should be slapped for giving the worst advice EVER i've seen here
fine maybe ur right badass. I would love for you to be the one to come and try to slap me though if you would like since ur so tough and all?
However, getting BACK TO TRYING TO HELP OTHERS INSTEAD OF ALWAYS TRYING TO BASH THEM (jellyfishfacesucknut) Ive always done my drives right the first time getting the key and all so didnt really think it erased the drive doing this. If I would have known that I would have not suggested it obviously. I thought if it was erasing the drive like it does when you use dosflash it would take some time. When I use dosflash it tells me erasing... and it takes about 10 secounds or so where when I run l-o-eras it is instant.
Thus the reason I didnt beleive it erased the drive, only changed the drive status.
theres better ways to correct people rather than bashing them and threating them smart ass...