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 Post subject: Fixing 7200.10 Seagate ST3160215AS by means of Clear Smart
PostPosted: December 11th, 2017, 8:53 
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Data appears with clear smart F,,11
and R1 , R2 commands


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Buzz HM SFI
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(P)SATA Reset
DiskAccess ReadSector EC=47 at ffffffff.00.0002
DiskAccess ReadSector EC=47 at ffffffff.00.0002

Read Ver Retrys
DiskAccess ReadSector EC=43 at ffffffff.00.0002

Read Ver Retrys
DiskAccess ReadSector EC=43 at ffffffff.00.0002

Read Ver Retrys
DiskAccess ReadSector EC=47 at ffffffff.00.0002

Read Ver Retrys
DiskAccess ReadSector EC=47 at ffffffff.00.0002

Read Ver Failure!
DiskAccess ReadSector EC=47 at ffffffff.00.022b
Failed sys sect. write! Nwt Er 00 RdWr 134e2.00.022b
DiskAccess ReadSector EC=47 at ffffffff.00.0080
DiskAccess ReadSector EC=47 at ffffffff.00.0080
Unable To Load Overlay 01|000A

T>$SFI
$SFI
AMR
$SFI
AMR
$SFI
AMR
T>F,,11

Buzz HM SFI
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$SFI
AMR
$SFI
$SFI
AMR
$SFI
AMR
$SFI
AMR
$DiskAccess ReadSector EC=11 at ffffffff.00.0000
HM SFI
!
$SFI
$SFI
AMR
$SFI
$SFI
AMR
$SFI
AMR
$DiskAccess ReadSector EC=11 at ffffffff.00.0000
Unable To Load Overlay 00|0016

T>R1

Buzz HM SFI
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$SFI
AMR
$SFI
$SFI
AMR
$SFI
AMR
$SFI
$SFI
AMR
$SFI
AMR
$SFI
AMR
$ Code - 71 Track FFFFF(134DE).0.000 Sns 000 Rty 027F.FF.80FF Rtf 1800 L
BA 000003E5
T>R2

Buzz HM SFI
$SFI
AMR
$SFI
AMR
$SFI
$SFI
AMR
$SFI


$SFI
AMR
$ Code - 71 Track FFFFF(134DE).0.000 Sns 000 Rty 027F.FF.80FF Rtf 1800 L
BA 000003E9
T>Reset
1024k x 16 DRAM
NHAWK - 1_Disk S-41 10-23-06_16:40

Buzz HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM SFI
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(P)SATA Reset
DiskAccess ReadSector EC=47 at ffffffff.00.0002


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 Post subject: Re: Fixing 7200.10 Seagate ST3160215AS by means of Clear Sma
PostPosted: December 25th, 2017, 16:15 
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What ?

Are you saying that you did manage to recover the data on this old ST-10 drive using a command to clear S.M.A.R.T. ?

Or are you asking for help/advice ?

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 Post subject: Re: Fixing 7200.10 Seagate ST3160215AS by means of Clear Sma
PostPosted: January 1st, 2018, 6:24 
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yes. drive come back with F,,11 command.

and i actually don't know name of F,,11 command. looks like clear smart . maybe clear smart is N1 on these drive..

drive has many bads on last part.. you can see ..


is anyone know what do F,,11 command?


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 Post subject: Re: Fixing 7200.10 Seagate ST3160215AS by means of Clear Sma
PostPosted: January 1st, 2018, 8:57 
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This is silly ....

Drive is ST-10 type, NOT F3 arch.

F Command is the "Set Stuff" command for your drive and allows to change settings like model name, total LBA, etc ... But you need to see a SetStuff-> prompt so on your case the command did nothing.

To restore "Stuff" to defaults use F and then when you see the prompt type SetStuff->ASCIFE . This command is not supported by all drives and in your case DO NOT USE IT !!! Setting stuff to defaults can cause some problems with some drives as well. If it's working don't mess it up even more.

R command - Read System Sectors into System RAM. This is normally used in F but it can be used in T as well.

R1 - Reserve track defect list
R2 - Boot adaptives

Deive is having problems reading most likely because of damaged heads. Just image the drive (if you can) to extract the data and replace the drive with a new one.

Those drives would allow SS but you would need firmware tools to backup firmware components like the ATA overlay and the vendor track and also you would need to have a loader just in case you mess it up, or at least get the APP code and make sure your firmware tool can boot the drive from F>.

Again if you don't care for the data just replace the drive.

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 Post subject: Re: Fixing 7200.10 Seagate ST3160215AS by means of Clear Sma
PostPosted: January 1st, 2018, 15:45 
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The hard disk was clicking some at boot before I tried.
only R1 and R2 command was useless but F,,11.

all data succesfully recovered. also.. drive is good. there are many bads after 145 gb. but it's not important.
even if your drive is fully healthy you must not exceed %80.

i have read this.

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/133604- ... state-too/


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 Post subject: Re: Fixing 7200.10 Seagate ST3160215AS by means of Clear Sma
PostPosted: January 1st, 2018, 17:48 
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mikail13 wrote:


No comment.
:shock: :shock: :shock:

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