I have a computer that has checkpoint full disk encryption installed on it.
For reasons I won't go into I can not remove the encryption. However I want to install a new operating system. I don't care about the data loss. But I do care about being able to install the new operating system. One point to note is that when I boot from a linux live cd I cannot mount the disk - is this just indicative of FDE being enabled rather than some additional security being in place?
Am I correct in thinking that repartitioning the disk will revert it to a usable state?