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 Post subject: In Need of a Donor Drive ST3000DM001
PostPosted: September 5th, 2014, 18:30 
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I cannot find a donor for this drive. Would be much appreciative if anyone has one.

ST2000DM001
W1E
9YN164-568
WU

Thanks.

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 Post subject: Re: In Need of a Donor Drive ST3000DM001
PostPosted: September 8th, 2014, 17:23 
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Just use any ST2000DM001 with S/N: xxE
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 Post subject: Re: In Need of a Donor Drive ST3000DM001
PostPosted: September 8th, 2014, 17:52 
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saltwater wrote:
Just use any ST2000DM001 with S/N: xxE

I thought you needed the first three letters of the model and/or the complete part number?

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 Post subject: Re: In Need of a Donor Drive ST3000DM001
PostPosted: September 8th, 2014, 17:54 
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And Site Code?

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 Post subject: Re: In Need of a Donor Drive ST3000DM001
PostPosted: September 8th, 2014, 20:04 
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ddrecovery wrote:
saltwater wrote:
Just use any ST2000DM001 with S/N: xxE

I thought you needed the first three letters of the model and/or the complete part number?

Not "or", as I learned recently with this drive. Donor Drives' criteria say:
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Hard Drive Match Criteria (for Head Stack Assembly replacement or Platter Swap).
1. Full Model Number. Example: ST9640320AS, ST31000528AS
2. Site Code. Example: TK, AMK, KRATSG, WUXISG
3. Full part number or first 3 characters in serial number.
Example: 9Y7389-301, 9JU138-302, 5MA84KC2, 9ND29XWG
4. Firmware. Example: CC44, 0005HPM1

But if the first 3 characters of the serial number don't match, you may end up with the wrong number of heads.

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 Post subject: Re: In Need of a Donor Drive ST3000DM001
PostPosted: September 8th, 2014, 20:21 
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Hard Drive Match Criteria (for Head Stack Assembly replacement or Platter Swap).
1. Full Model Number. Example: ST9640320AS, ST31000528AS
2. Site Code. Example: TK, AMK, KRATSG, WUXISG
3. Full part number or first 3 characters in serial number.
Example: 9Y7389-301, 9JU138-302, 5MA84KC2, 9ND29XWG
4. Firmware. Example: CC44, 0005HPM1

But if the first 3 characters of the serial number don't match, you may end up with the wrong number of heads.

Larry. Not sure if I understand you. Do you mean I need both P/N and first three letters of the S/N?

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 Post subject: Re: In Need of a Donor Drive ST3000DM001
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You need the first three characters of the serial number, as well as other parameter matches. I understand that a variety of criteria as feasible, some of which one would never guess appropriate.

Here are HDDSupplier's criteria:
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Head Stack Assembly Exchange Part Requirements
1. First part of model number and 2 or 3 middle characters of the second part. Example: WD6400AAKS-65A7B0, WD10TMVW-11ZSMS1
2. Country of Manufacturer. Example: Product of Malaysia or Made in Thailand
3. DCMs 5th character. Try matching 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th character if possible. Example: EANNHV2MA
4. Closest date of manufacture possible. Preferably within 3 months.


harddrive-repair.com's criteria are at: http://www.harddrive-repair.com/hard-drive-parts.html

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 Post subject: Re: In Need of a Donor Drive ST3000DM001
PostPosted: September 10th, 2014, 6:09 
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From my experience if the model firmware and site code are the same you have a good patient.

As the site code changes it will also change the serial number, and of course head map.


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 Post subject: Re: In Need of a Donor Drive ST3000DM001
PostPosted: September 11th, 2014, 5:16 
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ddrecovery wrote:
saltwater wrote:
Just use any ST2000DM001 with S/N: xxE

I thought you needed the first three letters of the model and/or the complete part number?



Hello ddrecovery!

Here it is what i mean:

"According to fzabkar in Seagate: Forums: 2TB ST2000DM001 Barracuda from Seagate seriously cripled through redesign in 3/2012 or 4/2012, the S/N (serial number) on the label of your Seagate Desktop HDD ST2000DM001 contains information about the number of plates.


Check the third character of the S/N, F is 3 while E is 2 platters.

The first character of the S/N is the manufacture of head stack components.

S – SU – Suzhou in China
W – WU – Wuxi in China
Z – TK – Teparuk in Thailand"

http://amigotechnotes.wordpress.com/201 ... al-number/


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 Post subject: Re: In Need of a Donor Drive ST3000DM001
PostPosted: April 14th, 2017, 12:09 
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Criteria for donor search

hey guys,
sorry for jumping on this old thread, but would really really like some imput.
For a clicking HDD acquired some years ago, with this info on casing :
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Model number: ST2000DM001

Part number: 9YN164-568

Serial number: W1F04C2V

Firmware: CC96

Site Code: WU

Date Code: 12087

DOM: 08/2011

Product of China

100645422 REV A on the PCB

100622804 on the barcode sticker

Barracuda series

SKU: 20003

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whats best criteria for donor searching ?
Matching part number ?

thank you for your time !


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 Post subject: Re: In Need of a Donor Drive ST3000DM001
PostPosted: April 14th, 2017, 14:34 
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Does this help?

Https://www.recoveryforce.com/seagate-h ... -headmaps/

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