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Seagate ST2000DL003 unvisible on system

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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 :)

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Do You mean this:

HI EVERYBODY

I HAVE FIXED THIS 2TB LP SEAGATE DRIVE.YOU DONT NEED TO SCARED JUST FIND OUT THOSE TWO PINS TO SHORT.SHORT IT FOR A WHILE AND YOU WILL GET READY IN STATUS BAR.THAN JUST POWER DOWN AND POWER ON YOU WILL GET YOUR DRIVE BACK .I AM STILL USING THIS DRIVE.DONT WORRY WHEN YOU HEARD SOME TYPICAL SOUND WHEN YOU SHORTING THESE PINS.ITS A PART OF THIS PROCESS.

KIND ATTN:PLS REFER THIS PIC GIVEN BELOW IF YOU HAVE SAME DIAG ERROR AS PEOPLE SHOWN HERE IN TERMINAL LOG.

THE PEOPLE WHO HAS NEW HARD DRIVE AND FIRST TIME PROBLEM OF NOT DETECTING BY BIOS OR BUSY IN TERMINAL OR DOING NO TERMINAL JOB SHOULD FOLLOW ONLY OLDER 7200.11 SYSTEM.PLACE ONE VISITING CARD JUST UNDER CONNECTION OF HEAD CONNECTOR WHICH CONNECTED TO PCB AND THAN GO TO TERMINAL /2

F32>Z

spin down

NOW REMOVE THE VISITING CARD AND TIGHT THE SCREWS THAN,

F32>U

SPIN UP

CTRL+Z

F3T>i4,1,22

clear g-list

F3T>/1

F31>N1

smart cleared

just power down

power on

you can see your hdd is back with all data

DONT GIVE m0,2,2,,,,,22 m,6,2,,,,,22 OR ANY SAME

ALL THE TERMINAL LOG AS YOU CAN SEE REGARDING "No HOST FIS-ReadyStatusFlags 0002A1E1" THIS IN THIS POST ARE VICTIM OF THIS M-FORMAT COMMAND AS PER MY KNOWLEDGE EVEN I HAVE MADE SAME MISTAKE.

HERE I HAVE ATTACHED ANOTHER JPG WITH CIRCLE ON POINT TO BE SHORTED ALL THE BEST. I HAVE WRITTEN WHAT I HAVE DONE.AND I GET SUCCESS EVEN JUST BEFORE THIS POST I HAVE APPLIED ON ANOTHER SAME DRIVE.SIMPTOMS HDD BECOMES INITIALIZED NO NOISE SMOOTH SPINING AND LOG FILE YOU ALL HAVE.THE PROBLEM START WITH YOU PEOPLE APPILED V4 V1 ANm format you will get this errror.So all the best to all and enjoy and share your success with others .

To make a short circuit on these pins?

 

 

 

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On 23/1/2018 at 12:10 AM, ma3x said:

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 :)

 

19 hours ago, ma3x said:

Do You mean this:

Yes, that is one of those "green" disk drives that need a couple pads to be shorted (NOT for the faint of heart).

Besides that post, make sure to read this post AND the provided links:

Feel free to ask questions/express your doubts BEFORE risking to fry the PCB (or disk or both :ph34r:)

jaclaz

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Thank you for your help and commitment. My English is weak so I ask to be sure. I will translate this into my language and try it. In the worst case scenario, I will throw the disk into the basket. The disc has been lying there for 2 years so it will be great as it will be great because I have something on it but I can not remember what it is :) If it fails, it will be difficult. Anyway, thank you and best regards.

I apologize for mistakes in text but I am using Google translator :)

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12 minutes ago, ma3x said:

Thank you for your help and commitment. My English is weak so I ask to be sure. I will translate this into my language and try it. In the worst case scenario, I will throw the disk into the basket. The disc has been lying there for 2 years so it will be great as it will be great because I have something on it but I can not remember what it is :) If it fails, it will be difficult. Anyway, thank you and best regards.

I apologize for mistakes in text but I am using Google translator :)

Well, the translator did a good enough job, rest assured :).

The problem with the shorting is that you need to double and triple check that you identified correctly the read channel pads[1] and then you will need several attempts as reportedly the timing is critical.

Good luck! :)

jaclaz

 

[1] Particularly check the given inks on how to identify them if your disk drive has a different PCB revision or version

 

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On 4.02.2018 at 3:54 PM, jaclaz said:

Well, the translator did a good enough job, rest assured :).

The problem with the shorting is that you need to double and triple check that you identified correctly the read channel pads[1] and then you will need several attempts as reportedly the timing is critical.

Good luck! :)

jaclaz

 

[1] Particularly check the given inks on how to identify them if your disk drive has a different PCB revision or version

 

Many of these links do not work, but my version of pcb has rev.B and does not differ anything with the one in the picture (rev.A), the tracks on the plate run identically and I think that the rev.A from the foto is nothing different.

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27 minutes ago, ma3x said:

Many of these links do not work, but my version of pcb has rev.B and does not differ anything with the one in the picture (rev.A), the tracks on the plate run identically and I think that the rev.A from the foto is nothing different.

Good, but still do check the pins are the "right" ones with a multi-meter/ohm-meter before attempting shorting them.

Namely, here:

I posted an example (for a different model, but the "base" is the same).

jaclaz

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Thank you for your help.

Hdd is working!!!

All what i had to do was keeping the READ pins shorted and turned drive pwr on.

Terminal stopped at "(P) SATA Reset" for a while so i removed jumper that was shorting the pins and drive console started to operate normally.

After connecting the drive to pc, all partitions were visible under windows 10 partition manager and under EASEUS Partition Master.

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 0025D079
 [RSRS] 17DD  DiscLba 000D0CDC  RW_RTL FFFFFFFF
[SW] 0002
[SW] 0003
[SW] 0004
[SW] 0005
[SW] 0006
[SW] 0006
[SW] 0006
[SW] 0007
[SW] 0008
 [RSRS] 17E6  DiscLba 000D11C8  RW_RTL FFFFFFFF
[SW] 0008
[SW] 0008
[SW] 0008
Reconstruction: Completed 1:  Reconstruction occurred
[MCMTWS]
 MCMainPOR: MCTBufferPtr->Header.MCStateFlagsDisc = 00000041
 MCMainPOR: MCTBufferPtr->Header.MCTStateFlags = 0000002A
 MCMainPOR: MCStateFlags = 00000041

 MCMainPOR: Feature Enabled...


 MSP MainPOR:
 MSP Init Metadata
     Buf Bytes/VBM 00000210  DBA Base 40000000
     Metadata size in bytes 0040
     Num Segments 0062
     Logical Sector Alignment 00000000
 MSP Reconstruction
 MSP Read ScratchPad Section 0000  DiscLBA 00132350  BlkSize 00000C40  Num Segments 00000062  DiscLba 00132350  RW_RTL 000F4240
     No valid segments found

 MSP MSP Main Store Verify  Reconstruction Status 10003000
     Reconstruction Status 00003000
 MSP Init ScratchPad on DiscDiscLBA 00132350  DiscSize 00000188  PhyBlkLBA 00991A80  BlkSize 00000C40
     Write MSP Segment   PhyBlkLBA 00991A80  BlkSize 00000C40  DiscLba 00132350  RW_RTL FFFFFFFF
 MSP MainPOR: Complete
 MSP MainPOR: Feature Enabled...
     ScratchPad restore NOT required

[SR] 0008
[SR] 0006
[SR] 0005
[SR] 0004
[SR] 0004
[SR] 0004
[SR] 0004
[SR] 0004
[SR] 0003
[SR] 0003
[SR] 0002
[SR] 0001
[MCMTWS]

 

 

Edited by ma3x

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