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 Post subject: F3 cut any desired head tools
PostPosted: May 3rd, 2017, 16:15 
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hello all
after Detailed study in Seagate Structure
now we are able to depop any head in F3 Seagate
and we built tool that support cut any desired head physically
even head 0

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 Post subject: Re: F3 cut any desired head tools
PostPosted: May 3rd, 2017, 16:22 
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excellent hpwlab i want to buy this tool


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 Post subject: Re: F3 cut any desired head tools
PostPosted: May 4th, 2017, 0:17 
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How long will drive live after such "repair" ? Grenada is the most hilarious family for such a procedure.


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 Post subject: Re: F3 cut any desired head tools
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Masterclass wrote:
How long will drive live after such "repair" ? Grenada is the most hilarious family for such a procedure.

this kind of " REPAIR " will make bad hdd with faulty head live normally , and will work perfect after depop bad head

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 Post subject: Re: F3 cut any desired head tools
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hpw333 wrote:
will work perfect after depop bad head

Do you have statistics of drive failures? Grenada for example... 90+% have scratched surface. If you think that such drives will work PERFECT - I can only feel sorry for those happy customers of such drives.


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 Post subject: Re: F3 cut any desired head tools
PostPosted: May 4th, 2017, 1:38 
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If the cause of the bad head was physical, wouldn't there be crap flying around in the drive?


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 Post subject: Re: F3 cut any desired head tools
PostPosted: May 4th, 2017, 2:11 
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Masterclass wrote:
hpw333 wrote:
will work perfect after depop bad head

Do you have statistics of drive failures? Grenada for example... 90+% have scratched surface. If you think that such drives will work PERFECT - I can only feel sorry for those happy customers of such drives.


you have bad head , and you totally depop it , and now you use good head with good surface
tools we use it for repair hundreds of hdd's in all F3 , here we talk about cut head function like in WD Drives , not by add defects to NRG list , this solution help to Fix ( Repair ) such drives , NOT Trash it any more ,

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 Post subject: Re: F3 cut any desired head tools
PostPosted: May 4th, 2017, 2:16 
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HaQue wrote:
If the cause of the bad head was physical, wouldn't there be crap flying around in the drive?


if you have at least one good head , then you can remove other bad head by tools , also due to bad heads , if other surface is good you can use it
also if you have bad sector's you can handel that
tools solved the difficulties of depop head Function in F3 Family , we built it after very detailed research in F3 Firmware Structure , so after depop any head , hdd will not see it again , like depop Function in WD Exactly , even hdd clicking due to bad head , after remove Faulty head if other heads are ok HDD will work perfect with other surface

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 Post subject: Re: F3 cut any desired head tools
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What is difference between Depop and disable . Is depop will help in data recovery ? In case say out of 6 heads 2 heads are damaged ,then by depoping crashed heads how can we recover data ? ( as zones and sectors and other metadata of partitions ,file system etc covered by crashed heads will not be there. )
Anyway this seems to be good for repairs.
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 Post subject: Re: F3 cut any desired head tools
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bunty wrote:
What is difference between Depop and disable . Is depop will help in data recovery ? In case say out of 6 heads 2 heads are damaged ,then by depoping crashed heads how can we recover data ? ( as zones and sectors and other metadata of partitions ,file system etc covered by crashed heads will not be there. )
Anyway this seems to be good for repairs.
great skillsets of hpwlab


this tools is for Repair issue ,
but also you can use for head map arrangement , and this function is good for recovery
some F3 use physical map , not logical map ,by mapping bad head you can recover data from good heads , this is need imager to image data

but again tool is for repair , not for recovery

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 Post subject: Re: F3 cut any desired head tools
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hpw333 wrote:
NOT Trash it any more

Here is not a place to advertise. Its normal to discuss ideas here. Its great you found out SAP structure and make depop head possible. My approach is directed to usability of such drives.


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 Post subject: Re: F3 cut any desired head tools
PostPosted: May 7th, 2017, 19:01 
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Just for reference - http://www.hddoracle.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2037

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