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 Post subject: Re: I am looking for help with ST2000LM007 Mobile HDD
PostPosted: August 3rd, 2017, 15:36 
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MindMergepk wrote:
without checking NRGlist

Checking NRG list won't help you with Rosewoods
The translator on Rosewoods is dependent on many other things.
Another problem is MC that can hold all recent data and will be cleared if you issue any command that alters translation.

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 Post subject: Re: I am looking for help with ST2000LM007 Mobile HDD
PostPosted: August 3rd, 2017, 15:38 
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Yea I know.. MC is also big in size. No modification is xrecommended.

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 Post subject: Re: I am looking for help with ST2000LM007 Mobile HDD
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Why do you record such video "manuals" then? So that beginnary engineers spoil customer's data?


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 Post subject: Re: I am looking for help with ST2000LM007 Mobile HDD
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Nice video to bring customers to more professional person/company. Correct name for this video - "How to loose a big part of your data".

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 Post subject: Re: I am looking for help with ST2000LM007 Mobile HDD
PostPosted: August 8th, 2017, 7:32 
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If you have solutions. Please share.

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 Post subject: Re: I am looking for help with ST2000LM007 Mobile HDD
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We have received few cases wherein beginners have already applied translator regeneration commands and these drives have partial access now.
Does anyone have a solution to this ????????????


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 Post subject: Re: I am looking for help with ST2000LM007 Mobile HDD
PostPosted: October 14th, 2017, 3:28 
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The partial access problem can be solved, but everything that was stored in MC when translator was regen'ed is gone, IMHO.
And that can be a good 70GB of data.

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 Post subject: Re: I am looking for help with ST2000LM007 Mobile HDD
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Seem that seagate is working hard to make loose customer data very easily, a serious company should produce new drives as better than previous, not worse!
How DR can recover data properly if there are entries in NRG list on this drives?


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 Post subject: Re: I am looking for help with ST2000LM007 Mobile HDD
PostPosted: October 14th, 2017, 15:04 
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ROb wrote:
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We have received few cases wherein beginners have already applied translator regeneration commands and these drives have partial access now.
Does anyone have a solution to this ????????????

If they could regenerate the translator of a rosewood, so beginners would not be...... or yes, but with resources.


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 Post subject: Re: I am looking for help with ST2000LM007 Mobile HDD
PostPosted: October 14th, 2017, 16:48 
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Each time Seagate F3 drives have a firmware problem and a sollution is found they "update" the firmware on the next models so that those models still have the same sort of problem but the old sollution will "kill" the data and/or will not work.

Looks like the "priority" for Seagate is not to fix the problems with the firmware but to make sure that the end-user and even data recovery labs can't apply sollutions to the "problems".

Examples - 7200.11 m0 command that makes the 7200.12 drives with partial access and the commands to re-set media cache that will kill the user data (stored on the media cache) on modern drives, etc ....

Sollution, just don't buy Seagate ! It's no longer safe to use any sort of Seagate F3 arch drive to store data. Simple. And if you have any problem just consider the data gone/lost for good.

Just don't use those drives.

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