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Seagate 7200.11 fail & fine dataset

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My Seagate 7200.11 750GB HD crashed yesterday, just 1 week after 90 refurb warranty of the HP PC expired! :realmad:

Any low cost fix recommendations will be appreciated especially if data is recovered.

Thanks

9QK0****:ST3750630AS:9BX146621:HP24:08491:TK:120208:030909:oem:COBRA237:USA:BIOHD-2:VISTA:AMD

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My Seagate 7200.11 750GB HD crashed yesterday, just 1 week after 90 refurb warranty of the HP PC expired! :realmad:

Any low cost fix recommendations will be appreciated especially if data is recovered.

Thanks

9QK0****:ST3750630AS:9BX146621:HP24:08491:TK:120208:030909:oem:COBRA237:USA:BIOHD-2:VISTA:AMD

The advise i gave you is based on the advise of this Seagate Knowledge Base article.

Please check if your unique drive is listed by using this form. Even if you are asked for username and password, you don't have to login! Just enter your harddrives serial in the big textbox, enter the captcha and click 'Submit'.

Based on your harddrives serial you'll have to contact the seagate support directly or to download the firmware update. For Seagate Cheetah series i know that the hardware of OEM and Retail editions is identical, don't know if its the same for Barracuda but i think so. Thus you could patch your HP24 firmware with an original one from seagate.

If you have to contact seagate support directly i don't know what happens but your harddrive is manufactured at 06/07/08 thus its covered by seagates 3-year warranty for oem.

If seagate rejects supporting your harddrive (although its an manufacturing fault), you could download the firmware for your drive directly here. Additionally, read this Quote of a Seagate Statement. Below 'Recommendation' Seagate grants you free data-recovery if required.

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My Seagate 7200.11 750GB HD crashed yesterday, just 1 week after 90 refurb warranty of the HP PC expired! :realmad:

Any low cost fix recommendations will be appreciated especially if data is recovered.

Thanks

9QK0****:ST3750630AS:9BX146621:HP24:08491:TK:120208:030909:oem:COBRA237:USA:BIOHD-2:VISTA:AMD

The advise i gave you is based on the advise of this Seagate Knowledge Base article.

Please check if your unique drive is listed by using this form. Even if you are asked for username and password, you don't have to login! Just enter your harddrives serial in the big textbox, enter the captcha and click 'Submit'.

Based on your harddrives serial you'll have to contact the seagate support directly or to download the firmware update. For Seagate Cheetah series i know that the hardware of OEM and Retail editions is identical, don't know if its the same for Barracuda but i think so. Thus you could patch your HP24 firmware with an original one from seagate.

If you have to contact seagate support directly i don't know what happens but your harddrive is manufactured at 06/07/08 thus its covered by seagates 3-year warranty for oem.

If seagate rejects supporting your harddrive (although its an manufacturing fault), you could download the firmware for your drive directly here. Additionally, read this Quote of a Seagate Statement. Below 'Recommendation' Seagate grants you free data-recovery if required.

Thanks for info! I have emailed Seagate tech support and see that there is a firmware upgrade posted on their site for my specific series number; however, my HDD is bricked right now . . . . I'll see what Seagate offers. . . .

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5QJ1****:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09141:WUXISG:11/21/08:3/09/09:OEM:dangeloch:USA:no detect Bios:XP Pro:Core2Duo

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Here's my dead drive info:

120:9qm4fpag:st3500320as:98x154-303:SD15:08496:06/05/08:KRATSG:10/17/08:3/13/09:OEM:djur:USA:(no show in bios):vista:Corsair 600W

Format:

Number:Serial N°:Model:Part N°:Firmware:DateCode:(manufac. date):SiteCode:PurchaseDate:FailedDate:OEM/RETAIL:UserName:Country of User:fail reason/fine:OS:PSU

Additional details: Seagates HD utility tests the drive but immediately fails saying drive fails to identify.

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I have a segate 7200.11, firmware SD15, OEM version (sold with IOMEGA Ethrenet Home Network), ST31000340AS

Bought in August 2008, not recognize any more in February 2009.

I am un United Arab Emirates

I contacted i365 in France; to recover the data it is 1000 to 1400 Euro :realmad:

I also contacted SEAGATE in France; "we can replace your HDD, for recovery contact i365 for some fees bla bla bla..."

I would like to buy HD DOCTOR for SEGATE from SALCATIONDATA (anyone test it?)

Regards,

DXB13

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9QM9****:ST3500320AS:9BX154-335:SD15:09215:2008-11-26:KRATSG:2008-12-30:2008-03-14:N/A:popaja:Serbia:(no detect in bios-BSY):WINXP:N/A

Product of Thailand

Solved

I didn't use "G-List step is optional"

Message for Gradius2

_______________________________________________________________________________

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=128807

Thank you Gradius2 very much

I tried to make this see Schematic - > picture

http://sodoityourself.com/max232-serial-le...erter/#more-133

but it didn't work

later I use that you suggest

""I used this adapter ($13.95, yep expensive):

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_i...449""

Thank you again

_______________________________________________________________________________

Message to administrator, please add Country Serbia (now you have Yugoslavia -> but it's former name for union where Serbia where part) I know that politic is not allowed but you don't have correct country list.

If you can color Serbia in to red also.

Another one but regular flashed with manual from offical Seagate Site:

9QM9****:ST3500320AS:98X154-335:SD15:09215:2008-11-26:KRATSG:2008-12-30:2008-03-14:N/A:popaja:Serbia:(had old firmware, was potential problem):WINXP:N/A

Product of Thailand

DXB13 you can use links above and you'll solve it.

And if you don't wish to do it you can go to offcial site and you still have warranty.

Or maybe you can read all about this topic starting from first page.

With Kind Regards to all

popaja

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I have a segate 7200.11, firmware SD15, OEM version (sold with IOMEGA Ethrenet Home Network), ST31000340AS

Bought in August 2008, not recognize any more in February 2009.

I am un United Arab Emirates

I contacted i365 in France; to recover the data it is 1000 to 1400 Euro :realmad:

I also contacted SEAGATE in France; "we can replace your HDD, for recovery contact i365 for some fees bla bla bla..."

I would like to buy HD DOCTOR for SEGATE from SALCATIONDATA (anyone test it?)

Regards,

DXB13

HD Doctor for Seagate is very expensive.

You can repair your hdd yourself by less than 30 euro

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Hello this is my first post here and I have a broken segate 7200.11 1tb hd add these informations to the dataset

9QJ2****:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09131:KRATSG:2008-12-20:2009-04-02:OEM:FINLAND:(no detect in bios):Nexus 400w

I might have another broken seagate sometime soon as my friend bougth the same hd at the same time and I have warned him.

I wont try the homebrew fix as I don't have anything important data on that hd as I saw this post in january and copied important data to my 320gb 7200.10 3y old and 160gb 7200.7 5y old hd's.

I'm very disapointed as I have trusted seagate for a long time as oldest seagate hd is from 95 and is still working in my retro machine and I never had a single broken seagate before (if I don't count those that I took apart for magnets).

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9QM3****; Barracuda 7200.11; 500 GB; ST3500320AS; P/N 98X154-568; Firmware 8D81; Date Code 08453; KRATSG; OEM; username seagate10; USA; no drive in BIOS

This drive failed after 5 months service as no drive in BIOS. Never again Seagate!

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9QM6****:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09105:2008-10-09:KRATSG:2008-12-16:2009-04-10:OEM:Capilleary:Moldova:(no detect in bios):Vista Ultimate x64:Spire 450W

Just before I had to migrate my the project I've been working for some months :(

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120:9TE0S***:ST31000333AS:9FZ136-100:LC15:09182:TK:2009-23-02:2009-03-27:RETAIL:Puppetnation:Italy:NOT RECOGNIZED IN BIOS/fixed:WINP_PRO_x86:CoolerMaster 700W

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SN. : 9QM9LPW8 ST3500320AS P/N : 9BX154-303 Firmware : SD15 Date Code : 09245 Site Code : KRATSG WWN: 5000C50010BAAA8E Not detected in bios /failed on restart.

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I purchased two Seagate 500gb 7200.11's. One died last night (120) and one died last week (121). I am missing the part number on 121 as it has already been returned. Other than this latest replacement, I will never support Seagate again. They have lost my business for life. My info is as follows:

120:6QM0L8MC:9BX154-303:SD-15:09204:2008-12-29:RETAIL:jakamo:Canada:(no detect in BIOS):OSX86

121:6QM0K974:N/A:SD-15:09204:2008-12-29:RETAIL:jakamo:Canada:(no detect in BIOS):OSX86

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three dead hard disks.

only have info on two (the first one is already replaced. and the replaced disk has failed too. it's a joke, isn't it)

9QJ109CY: st31000340as: N/A: N/A: N/A: N/A: N/A: 2008-10: 2009-2: N/A: anbingol: turkey: not detected in bios: windows xp64: N/A

9QM5C70E: ST3500320AS: 9BX154-303: SD15: 09112: N/A: KRATSG: 2008-11: 2009-5-5: N/A: anbingol: turkey: not detected in bios: windows xp64: N/A

I hope this helps

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