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 Post subject: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL?
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Hi, using usb2ttl

Boot 0x40M

Spin Up
TCC-001D[0x000065B4][0x00006A20][0x00006E8C]

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Rst 0x40M

MC Internal LPC Process

Spin Up
TCC-001D

(P) SATA Reset



MCMainPOR: Start:

Check MCMT Version: Current

MCMainPOR: Non-Init Case

Reconstruction: MCMT Reconstruction Start

Max number of MC segments 0A61

Nonvolatile MCMT sequence number 0009DD77

[RSRS] 003A

Reconstruction: Completed 1:

[MCMTWS]

MCMainPOR: MCTStateFlags 0000002A MCStateFlags 00000041

MCMainPOR: Feature Enabled...


RECOV Servo Op=0455 Resp=0005
FAIL Servo Op=0455 Resp=0003
ResponseFrame 0004 0040 0004 BDA1 0008 F0C0 0BD0 DD50 0E98 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 B116 BD19 8E39 374F EBF8 2A6F 242F CA1A 130A B2DC 0001 204E 0000 0001 001D 0000 FFFF
FAIL Servo Op=0455 Resp=0003
ResponseFrame 0000 0040 0000 0000 8455 D105 D178 D106 DA05 DA78 DA06 0401 604E C873 0000 0000 B116 BD19 8E39 374F EBF8 2A6F 242F CA1A 130A B2DC 0002 204E 0000 0001 001D 0000 0031
FAIL Servo Op=0455 Resp=0003
ResponseFrame 0000 0040 0000 0000 8455 D105 D178 D106 DA05 DA78 DA06 0401 604E C873 0000 0000 B116 BD19 8E39 374F EBF8 2A6F 242F CA1A 130A B2DC 0003 204E 2001 0001 001D 0000 0016
FAIL Servo Op=0455 Resp=0003
ResponseFrame 0000 0040 0000 0000 8455 D105 D178 D106 DA05 DA78 DA06 0401 604E C873 0000 0000 B116 BD19 8E39 374F EBF8 2A6F 242F CA1A 130A B2DC 0004 204E 0000 0001 001D 0000 0039
FAIL Servo Op=0455 Resp=0003
ResponseFrame 0000 0040 0000 0000 8455 D105 D178 D106 DA05 DA78 DA06 0401 604E C873 0000 0000 B116 BD19 8E39 374F EBF8 2A6F 242F CA1A 130A B2DC 0005 204E 0000 0001 001D 0000 003A

InitiateMarkPendingReallocateRequest for disc_lba: 000000002BA6D2E7!

InitiateMarkPendingReallocateRequest for disc_lba: 000000002BA6D2E8!
PowerState = IDLE1
PowerState = IDLE2

P.S. halts on mounting disk letter


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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
PostPosted: October 8th, 2017, 8:12 
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necros wrote:
Hi, using usb2ttl

Boot 0x40M

Spin Up
TCC-001D[0x000065B4][0x00006A20][0x00006E8C]

Trans.


Rst 0x40M

MC Internal LPC Process

Spin Up
TCC-001D

(P) SATA Reset



MCMainPOR: Start:

Check MCMT Version: Current

MCMainPOR: Non-Init Case

Reconstruction: MCMT Reconstruction Start

Max number of MC segments 0A61

Nonvolatile MCMT sequence number 0009DD77

[RSRS] 003A

Reconstruction: Completed 1:

[MCMTWS]

MCMainPOR: MCTStateFlags 0000002A MCStateFlags 00000041

MCMainPOR: Feature Enabled...


RECOV Servo Op=0455 Resp=0005
FAIL Servo Op=0455 Resp=0003
ResponseFrame 0004 0040 0004 BDA1 0008 F0C0 0BD0 DD50 0E98 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 B116 BD19 8E39 374F EBF8 2A6F 242F CA1A 130A B2DC 0001 204E 0000 0001 001D 0000 FFFF
FAIL Servo Op=0455 Resp=0003
ResponseFrame 0000 0040 0000 0000 8455 D105 D178 D106 DA05 DA78 DA06 0401 604E C873 0000 0000 B116 BD19 8E39 374F EBF8 2A6F 242F CA1A 130A B2DC 0002 204E 0000 0001 001D 0000 0031
FAIL Servo Op=0455 Resp=0003
ResponseFrame 0000 0040 0000 0000 8455 D105 D178 D106 DA05 DA78 DA06 0401 604E C873 0000 0000 B116 BD19 8E39 374F EBF8 2A6F 242F CA1A 130A B2DC 0003 204E 2001 0001 001D 0000 0016
FAIL Servo Op=0455 Resp=0003
ResponseFrame 0000 0040 0000 0000 8455 D105 D178 D106 DA05 DA78 DA06 0401 604E C873 0000 0000 B116 BD19 8E39 374F EBF8 2A6F 242F CA1A 130A B2DC 0004 204E 0000 0001 001D 0000 0039
FAIL Servo Op=0455 Resp=0003
ResponseFrame 0000 0040 0000 0000 8455 D105 D178 D106 DA05 DA78 DA06 0401 604E C873 0000 0000 B116 BD19 8E39 374F EBF8 2A6F 242F CA1A 130A B2DC 0005 204E 0000 0001 001D 0000 003A

InitiateMarkPendingReallocateRequest for disc_lba: 000000002BA6D2E7!

InitiateMarkPendingReallocateRequest for disc_lba: 000000002BA6D2E8!
PowerState = IDLE1
PowerState = IDLE2

P.S. halts on mounting disk letter


hello
i checked your logs and it seems you have weak head or bad sector or media cache problem
first you must clear smart and clear media cache and disable background scan :) :) :)
dont use 7200.11 m0 commands on 7200.14 hdds like this model or you endup with damaged hdd :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
PostPosted: October 8th, 2017, 13:05 
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Bad advice. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

Correct advice - If you need the data send the drive to a specialized data recovery firm and NOT a regular computer repair shop and even less to someone like Mohammad Mazaheri !!!

Explanation :

- "halts on mounting disk letter" to me it looks like OS can see the drive so BIOS should see the drive as well.

Assuming and this is a big assumption that the drive have bad sectors or dying head(s) and is marking sectors as "pending" but can one can still read data with some heads then the apropriated procedure would be to disable background media scan and re-location and then use hardware assisted tools to image/clone the drive to a working one if possible, even if one have to disable some head(s) and get only a partial image to start with.

I can't figure out why people think that clearing S.M.A.R.T. is a "universal" sollution to HDD problems .... It will not help.

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
PostPosted: October 8th, 2017, 13:25 
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Spildit wrote:
Bad advice. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

Correct advice - If you need the data send the drive to a specialized data recovery firm and NOT a regular computer repair shop and even less to someone like Mohammad Mazaheri !!!

Explanation :

- "halts on mounting disk letter" to me it looks like OS can see the drive so BIOS should see the drive as well.

Assuming and this is a big assumption that the drive have bad sectors or dying head(s) and is marking sectors as "pending" but can one can still read data with some heads then the apropriated procedure would be to disable background media scan and re-location and then use hardware assisted tools to image/clone the drive to a working one if possible, even if one have to disable some head(s) and get only a partial image to start with.

I can't figure out why people think that clearing S.M.A.R.T. is a "universal" sollution to HDD problems .... It will not help.


spildit i have some secret commands for segate that you could read data with fast speed :D :D :D
i dont share here i send to those commands in pm :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
PostPosted: October 8th, 2017, 16:32 
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Where did you find that ? :shock: :shock: :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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Spildit wrote:
Where did you find that ? :shock: :shock: :shock:


i discovered myself i tell you in pm i have lots of dead pcb and use it for experiment and learning seaagte new commands

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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mmzhr wrote:
Spildit wrote:
Where did you find that ? :shock: :shock: :shock:


i discovered myself i tell you in pm i have lots of dead pcb and use it for experiment and learning seaagte new commands


:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

No you didn't discover those commands yourself. You just got those from russian forum and posted on PM.

You are saying silly stuff. If PCBs are "dead" you can't use those commands on the drive. Also those commands need the drive itself.

Can you tell us how do you learn new commands with DEAD PCBs ? If you can send commands then most likely PCBs are not dead to start with.

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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Spildit wrote:
mmzhr wrote:
Spildit wrote:
Where did you find that ? :shock: :shock: :shock:


i discovered myself i tell you in pm i have lots of dead pcb and use it for experiment and learning seaagte new commands


:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

No you didn't discover those commands yourself. You just got those from russian forum and posted on PM.

You are saying silly stuff. If PCBs are "dead" you can't use those commands on the drive. Also those commands need the drive itself.

Can you tell us how do you learn new commands with DEAD PCBs ? If you can send commands then most likely PCBs are not dead to start with.


i'm sorry i'm mean damaged i mistype dead because hdd have weak head

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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aH !!!! Sure that explains it all !!!!

And i'm very glad that you fixed the damaged head and the broken PCB with terminal commands as well....

:idea: :idea: :idea:

You should share more. We all need to learn about that !

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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Spildit wrote:
aH !!!! Sure that explains it all !!!!

And i'm very glad that you fixed the damaged head and the broken PCB with terminal commands as well....

:idea: :idea: :idea:

You should share more. We all need to learn about that !


i share outdated info here and send important in pm to you and fzabkar
becasue i dont want other iranian users in forum use it against me :D :D :D

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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How would other Iranian users use those commands against you ? Those are terminal commands to disable re-location those are not atomic bomb !

:D

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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Spildit wrote:
How would other Iranian users use those commands against you ? Those are terminal commands to disable re-location those are not atomic bomb !

:D


the will ruin my work and market

i'm only share knowledge for non iranians because they dont live in iran

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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Ah !!! Ok !!! Very good !!!

Keep on sharing !!!

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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Spildit how do ya turn off relocation? Disabling background media scan didn`t help , still freezing while mounting.


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necros wrote:
Spildit how do ya turn off relocation? Disabling background media scan didn`t help , still freezing while mounting.


spildit is pro he will help you :D :D :D

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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Try to clone the drive with ddrescue / hddsuperclone instead of mounting the drive ?

Can you scan the drive with MHDD/Victoria to start with ?

Do you have access to the full range of LBA ?

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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On barracuda 7200.14 drives with bad media, sending usually terminal congen commands often don't help much.
You should use some pro tools as PC3000 or MRT to edit ID on sys 93 by unticking everything, exept "Show additional diag msg in terminal".

Sometimes you'll need to disable also IDLE activities by ticking the option, see pic
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michael chiklis wrote:
On barracuda 7200.14 drives with bad media, sending usually terminal congen commands often don't help much.
You should use some pro tools as PC3000 or MRT to edit ID on sys 93 by unticking everything, exept "Show additional diag msg in terminal".

Sometimes you'll need to disable also IDLE activities by ticking the option, see pic
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i tested this before disable idle activity only saved in buffer not in sys file 93 after you power reset drive i will back to default value!!!

you must patch sys file 93 with hex editor!!! :D :D :D

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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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I don't know which tool are you using for working on F3, but i was able to recover data from Grenada drive which had bad surface, only after ticking 'Disable IDLE activities' option. MRT did the work very well, so this means that it really saved changes on sys 93.
I checked and compared sys 93 before and after edit ID, they're definitely different, this confirm that MRT saved changes.
Drive was Grenada ST1000DM003-1CH162 with CC46 firmware.

Attachment:
sys 93 comparing.rar [4.86 KiB]
Downloaded 51 times


If you have a working tool, you don't need to edit via hex editor, i don't even know how to change it manually.
How do you calculate sys 93 checksum with a simple hex editor?
And how do you know what bytes to change?


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 Post subject: Re: Seagate ST3000DM001 any way to fix it @ hom with USB2TTL
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michael chiklis wrote:
I don't know which tool are you using for working on F3, but i was able to recover data from Grenada drive which had bad surface, only after ticking 'Disable IDLE activities' option. MRT did the work very well, so this means that it really saved changes on sys 93.
I checked and compared sys 93 before and after edit ID, they're definitely different, this confirm that MRT saved changes.
Drive was Grenada ST1000DM003-1CH162 with CC46 firmware.

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If you have a working tool, you don't need to edit via hex editor, i don't even know how to change it manually.
How do you calculate sys 93 checksum with a simple hex editor?
And how do you know what bytes to change?


thanks for file

i compare sys file 93 in hex editor with terminal log and locate settings

for example you can change read and verify retry to 255 (0xff) in sys file 93 with hex editor


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File comment: first i print these values in terminal
then i read sys file 93 with terminal and save it

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File comment: then i open sys file 93 and locating bytes in sys file 93 with hex editor
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File comment: then changed values to 255 (0xff)
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File comment: then upload sys file 93 with terminal to drive and repower drive
then print terminal values and you see value changed :D :D :D

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