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Hi. I have problem with my seagate drive. Please Help! I try everything what i find on internet but nothing helps. Drive is Seagate Baracuda Green 2000GB ST2000DL003 S/N: 5YD7SKL6 P/N: 9VT 166-302 F/W: CC3C Date: 12326 Site: WU I connect this drive to HDD terminal and get this: Boot 0x40M Spin Up[0x000246DF] Trans. Rst 0x40M MC Internal LPC Process Spin Up (P) SATA Reset MediaPartition: Host LBA Length Disc LBA Length Start Cyl Head Media Partition 00000000 0099A140 00000000 00133428 00000000 00000000 MC 00000000 0098A000 00000000 00131400 00000000 00000000 MSP 00991A80 00000C40 00132350 00000188 00000206 00000005 User Partition 0099A140 00133428 000001FB 00000005 MCMainPOR: Start: Check MCMT Version: Current MCMainPOR: Non-Init Case MC Seg Disc and Cache Nodes: 40134924 40132A34 Seg Write Preamble VBM start: 000011B2 end: 000011D9 Footer - start: 000011DB end: 00001202 Seg Read Preamble VBM - start: 00001204 end: 0000122B Footer - start: 0000122D end: 00001254 Reconstruction: MCMT Reconstruction Start Max number of MC segments 22E0 Nonvolatile MCMT sequence number 0025D088 [RSRS] 17E9 DiscLba 000D136C RW_RTL FFFFFFFF Reconstruction: Completed 1: Rst 0x40M MC Internal LPC Process Spin Up LED:000000BD FAddr:00009E13 Terminal is blocked. How fix it? Please help. I have foto on this drive. PS: sorry for my English. Google helped
Hi, I was attempting to write an .img file (akin to .iso image) to my SD card using Win32diskimager (found here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/files/?source=navbar) By mistake I wrote the image to my external HDD (Seagate BackupPlus 3TB). BTW, as you can read from SourceForge page, many others have made same mistake. The HDD was not modified and had the factory setting; that is, it had one partition and was NTFS file. The content of IMG file were no more than 73MB, but it created a FAT32 partition of 500MB. My Linux and Win8 machines both see (but don't mount) the 500MB partition and show the rest as "unallocated" or "raw". Windows wants to reformat this space. I have access to another drive that is just like this (I bought two orginally) - that is, I have another spare 3TB Seagate BackupPlus that is empty. Using CloneZilla I have copied (bit-for-bit, or sector by sector) a clone of the 'damaged' drive to the 'spare' drive. I will be using this clone for all recovery purposes and will leave the 'damaged' disk in a safe place. TestDisk doesn't find any partitions (both quick and deep scan). My understanding is that NTFS writes a copy of partition at the end of the sector (or was it copy of MBR to the end?). Considering that TestDisk is not finding this partition (or for that matter vloume/FS); how can I recreate a partition? Also, I think the files might be 'carved' or 'recovered', but this would imply I lose both the original file names as well as the directory structure. If the partition recovery is a lost cause, is there a way to recover the files and directories with their original intact names? Thanks in advance....I do know that I have done something really stupid and blame is all on me.
How can one disable an HDD in Device Manager without the HDD spinning up first? I'm trying to have a way to disable/enable an HDD on demand. It's on an nForce 410 controller. HotSwap! and revoSleep don't work in different ways. There's no "Safely Remove" icon for the HDD. If I enable RAID in the BIOS, the partitions in the drive don't appear. What does work is unmounting the volumes with mountvol and spinning down the HDD with HDDScan. But the HDD is still visible to lower-level software, like HDTune, which spins it up. I thought I'd just disable the HDD from Device Manager, but it's spun up before being disabled. After it's disabled I can't spin it down.
Hi guys, this is my first post here and i was really hoping it would give me results. So. I need to capture a custom image on a machine and figured i would do this simply with a USB stick with enough memory and winpe/imagex. I have no problems booting from the USB but I can't seem to find the harddrive of the host computer. It is a RAID harddrive but I made sure to install the Intel RAID drivers on my winpe image. (Still didn't help) I used DISKPART and command "list vol" and command "list disk" to no avail. It shows the thumb drive, the dvd-rom drive (2 of them actually) and nothing else. I used the instructions from this webpage http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?/topic/2349-guide-adding-drivers-to-a-custom-winpe-30/ in order to install the drivers to my winpe image. Please and thanks in advance.