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PePeT

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  1. If the disk is seen in BIOS with it's real size, and it is seen in disk manager as "uninitialized disk" your next step would be to attempt making a "dd-like" or "forensic sound" image. You will need a larger HD formatted in NTFS to host the image, or a same size or bigger to make a clone. And the use of ddrescue (under Linux - recommended) or datarescuedd (or similar porgrams) under Windows. Mind you it is entirely possible that the disk is now recognized in BIOS but that you won't be anyway able to access the physical sectors. Once you will have made this image (or clone) start a new thread and we will see how to recover data (if possible), or if you have difficulties in finding or using the tool, as well start a new thread, the disk drive is now "unbricked" and it does not belong here anymore. The message "No Phy: Staggered Spin bypass" should have no relevance. jaclaz Succeeded ! Thank You very much for your help! I saved the data using the GetDataBack program, with complete success. I summarize the case (0 LBA error), the following steps resolved: 1., Fixing 0 LBA error: Hyperterminal: F3 T>m0,2,2,0,0,0,0,22 2., Reset the drive to deafult values Hyperterminal: F3 T>/2 F3 2>Z F3 2>U F3 2>/ F3 T>F,,22 3., Data Rescue GetDataBack (Classic) using. Thanks again! PePeT
  2. This is the part that "sounds" very different from previous experience. At first sight, it seems like *something* *somehow* changed the drive map, putting a "Cap" on it. You can *try* (of course with NO guarantees whatsoever) to reset the drive to deafult values with a F,,22 , but really cannot say if it can be of any use. Read around here: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/128807-the-solution-for-seagate-720011-hdds/?p=985252 AND given link: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/128807-the-solution-for-seagate-720011-hdds/page-19#entry832570 @Mrich0908 Nice to know , but of course *anything* that can send/receive TTL (at the right "low" TLL level) would do, usually people "playing" with Arduino's also have one or more suitable USB to TTL or Serial to TTL converters, and - more than that - they usually know how to interface things successfully, so I am not surprised that it wasn't mentioned before as posters on this thread - usually - post here looking for help/support as they are not familiar with the matter, while most people knowing where their towel is will simply run the commands an unbrick the drive, without ever posting about their experience. Thanks for sharing it . jaclaz Thank you for help! I tried command, according to description. I received the following response from the Hyperterminal: Rst 0x20M ASCII Diag mode F3 T>/2 F3 2>Z LED:000000CE FAddr:0025DF1F Rst 0x20M ASCII Diag mode F3 T>/2 F3 2>Z Spin Down Complete Elapsed Time 0.131 msecs F3 2>U Spin Up Complete Elapsed Time 8.900 secs F3 2>/ F3 T>F,,22 Drive Configuration restored to defaults. RAW OFF RWSWD-OptChange: Ctrl 0001 Dvgas 0008 Rvgas 0008 Fvgas 0008 SumOf 0008 WriteCapInfo Selection = 0000 CurrentCap 00000000 HDACap 74706DB0 Update Cap and Save CurrentHDA 74706DB0 HDACap 74706DB0 NativeCap 74706DB0 48BitCap 74706DB0 28BitCap 0FFFFFFF SaveCapInfo (P) SATA Reset PASSPackage Verified F3 T>m0,2,2,0,0,0,0,22 ţ Rst 0x20M (P) SATA Reset PASSPackage Verified ReadCap successful - set 48Bit <- Current = 74706DB0 RWSWD-OptChange: Ctrl 0001 D vgas 0008 Rvgas 0008 Fvgas 0008 SumOf 0008 (P) SATA Reset Package Verified No Phy: Staggered spin bypass ASCII Diag mode F3 T> After that, the real size was visual n the BIOS. However in the windows it was still in "not initialized" state, the contents (data) are not visual. Than I connected the HDD to the adapter again, than when I opened the hyperterminal I got the following message: Rst 0x20M (P) SATA Reset PASSPackage Verified ReadCap successful - set 48Bit <- Current = 74706DB0 RWSWD-OptChange: Ctrl 0001 Dvgas 0008 Rvgas 0008 Fvgas 0008 SumOf 0008 (P) SATA Reset Package Verified No Phy: Staggered spin bypass ASCII Diag mode F3 T> Earlier I have not seen this message: "No Phy: Staggered Spin bypass" How can I save the datas?
  3. According to the description I could repair a "BSY" faulty HDD, what I would like to thank you to members of the forum. Now a Seagate HDD(ST31000333AS) puzzles me which have a "0 LBA" error. According to the description I tried to repair but it was no succes. (PC recognized the type of the HDD, but in the BIOS I only see 0 Mb, in windows: Not initalized) Thank you in advace for your help! HYPERTERMINAL: Rst 0x20M (P) SATA Reset PASSPackage Verified No Phy: Staggered spin bypass ASCII Diag mode F3 T>m0,2,2,0,0,0,0,22 Max Wr Retries = 00, Max Rd Retries = 00, Max ECC T-Level = 00, Max Certify Rewrite Retries = 0000 User Partition Format 4% complete, Zone 00, Pass 00, LBA 00004AA5, ErrCode 00000080, Elapsed Time 0 mins 30 secs WriteCapInfo Selection = 0000 CurrentCap 74706DB0 HDACap 74706DB0 No update: HDA EQ Current CurrentHDA 74706DB0 HDACap 74706DB0 NativeCap 74706DB0 48BitCap 00000001 28BitCap 00000001 NO Save User Partition Format Successful - Elapsed Time 0 mins 30 secs Zone re-format was skipped. F3 T>
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