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 Post subject: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
PostPosted: July 2nd, 2018, 15:52 
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I have a Seagate hard drive with the following information:
Identifying device...
model:ST3500418AS firmware version:CC34 serial number:6VM073SN


Getting detailed firmware version...
PH0G2D.CCD3.CL022H.

SMP Dbl: 0x3C000317 - 0x037FF7FF
Disk cache reserve size: 0x0


physical sector size of user sector : ....................................512 Bytes

physical sector size of service area : .....................................512 Bytes

Number of physical heads : ..........2
Get System module information ...
ID length Description
=========================

00 4
01 2
02 16
03 3787
04 12
05 4
06 66
07 1
08 4800
09 1
0A 2251
0B 1000
0C 64000
0D 160
0E 432
0F 223
13 8
15 100
16 2
17 40
19 24
1A 33
1B 1
1C 9
1D 128
1E 128
1F 640
22 80
23 80
24 80
25 80
26 80
27 80
28 80
29 80
2A 9
2B 1172
2C 432
2D 432
2E 432
2F 432
30 432
31 432
32 432
33 4576
34 640
35 26
3A 4


Finished to get system module information!

Getting DT information...

ROM:
ID Offset address Length
============================

00 06037200 33792
01 06037000 512
04 04002C00 4096
0602BE00 4096
total 8192
05 0006C000 81920
08 40070000 948
0A 060B4700 2048
12 400D4000 196
13 060C093C 864
14 060C0C9C 96
15 00000000 524288
1B 060BE740 8700
1C 060BE600 320
1D 06037220 352
1E 060374B0 2416

RAM:
ID offset address length
============================

00 06037200 33792
01 06037000 512
02 06037380 304
04 04002C00 4096
0602BE00 4096
total 8192
05 0006C000 81920
06 00277E44 40996
08 40070000 948
0A 060B4700 2048
12 400D4000 196
13 060C093C 864
14 060C0C9C 96
15 00000000 524288
16 06037200 32
17 06039240 1216
1B 060BE740 8700
1C 060BE600 320
1D 06037220 352
1E 060374B0 2416
1F 06184690 1224
20 06184B58 72

Finished to get DT information!

Getting service area size.......
Service area size: : .................Fail

Getting list of sys files.......
Serial port error!

In terminal windows:

LED:000000CC FAddr:002851B7
LED:000000CC FAddr:002851B7

When I try to read the modules I get these errors:
ROM is being backed-up...
ROM backup completed! File name:G:\UserDataFile\Seagate F3 Arch\Pharaoh-3F\ST3500418AS-CC34-6VM073SN - asd\SABackup\Rom\ROM-3F-CC34.bin

Saving CP...
Save to Folder: G:\UserDataFile\Seagate F3 Arch\Pharaoh-3F\ST3500418AS-CC34-6VM073SN - asd\SABackup\CPDir\
1 : ..................................:OK
A : ..................................:OK
13 : .................................:OK
14 : .................................:OK
15 : .................................:OK
1B : .................................:OK
1C : .................................:OK
1D : .................................:OK
1E : .................................:OK
1 : ..................................:OK
2 : ..................................:OK
6 : ..................................:OK
A : ..................................:OK
13 : .................................:OK
14 : .................................:OK
15 : .................................:OK
16 : .................................:OK
17 : .................................:OK
1B : .................................:OK
1C : .................................:OK
1D : .................................:OK
1E : .................................:OK
1F : .................................:OK
20 : .................................:OK

Finished to save CP!

Saving module...
Save to Folder: G:\UserDataFile\Seagate F3 Arch\Pharaoh-3F\ST3500418AS-CC34-6VM073SN - asd\SABackup\ModDir\

~0000.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0001.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0002.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0003.rpm : ..........................:Err
~0004.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0005.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0006.rpm : ..........................:Err
~0007.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0008.rpm : ..........................:Err
~0009.rpm : ..........................:OK
~000A.rpm : ..........................:Err
~000B.rpm : ..........................:Err
~000C.rpm : ..........................:Err
~000D.rpm : ..........................:OK
~000E.rpm : ..........................:Err
~000F.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0013.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0015.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0016.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0017.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0019.rpm : ..........................:OK
~001A.rpm : ..........................:OK
~001B.rpm : ..........................:OK
~001C.rpm : ..........................:OK
~001D.rpm : ..........................:OK
~001E.rpm : ..........................:OK
~001F.rpm : ..........................:Err
~002A.rpm : ..........................:OK
~002B.rpm : ..........................:Err
~0033.rpm : ..........................:Err
~0034.rpm : ..........................:Err
~0035.rpm : ..........................:OK
~003A.rpm : ..........................:OK

Finished to save module!

Read ID Pages list ...
Read ID Pages ...
ID Page 00 : .........................: Success
ID Page 01 : .........................: Success
ID Page 02 : .........................: Success
ID Page 03 : .........................: Success
ID Page 04 : .........................: Success
ID Page 08 : .........................: Success
ID Page 09 : .........................: Success
ID Page 0A : .........................: Success
ID Page 0B : .........................: Success
ID Page 0C : .........................: Success
ID Page 0D : .........................: Success
ID Page 0E : .........................: Success
ID Page 0F : .........................: Success
ID Pages finish reading!

Start creating Loader.....
Please get the system file list!

Saving the virtual boot loader ...
Save to Folder: G:\UserDataFile\Seagate F3 Arch\Pharaoh-3F\ST3500418AS-CC34-6VM073SN - asd\SABackup\LDR\

F3-3F-CC34Virtual3D.lod : ............:Err

Finished to save virtual start Loader!

Any ideas?


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 Post subject: Re: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
PostPosted: July 2nd, 2018, 18:59 
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This is 7200.12 drive, 3D loader will not work on this, read here:
viewtopic.php?p=261160#p261160


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 Post subject: Re: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
PostPosted: July 2nd, 2018, 20:50 
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What the hell did you want to use the virtual charger for in this unit?

Want to lose your customer data?

I don't know what you want to do but if the drive shows the correct capacity in the identification, the drive is ready to recover the data. (except problems with sectors/G list, )


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 Post subject: Re: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
PostPosted: July 2nd, 2018, 21:11 
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7200.12 --- Most likely the drive is not showing correct capacity or does have partial access to data only due to wrong m0 commands ...

Did i guess right ?

:D :D :D

Check LBA space access with your tools. Start of the LBA space, middle and end. If you can access to the full range of the LBA space disable re-location and background process with congen and do a head map. Clone/image by heads just in case some are bad. At least check one at a time ...

Good luck.

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 Post subject: Re: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
PostPosted: July 3rd, 2018, 2:24 
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This album I've never been able to do anything, I invented the plates and one has a small chop on the plate. From the beginning shows capacity 0, and I can not read the plist (module 3) or 0X2B to recostruir the plist. So plist and translator are wrong and I can not reconstruct them.


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 Post subject: Re: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
PostPosted: July 3rd, 2018, 3:54 
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mhp666 wrote:
I have a Seagate hard drive with the following information:
Identifying device...
model:ST3500418AS firmware version:CC34 serial number:6VM073SN


Getting detailed firmware version...
PH0G2D.CCD3.CL022H.

SMP Dbl: 0x3C000317 - 0x037FF7FF
Disk cache reserve size: 0x0


physical sector size of user sector : ....................................512 Bytes

physical sector size of service area : .....................................512 Bytes

Number of physical heads : ..........2
Get System module information ...
ID length Description
=========================

00 4
01 2
02 16
03 3787
04 12
05 4
06 66
07 1
08 4800
09 1
0A 2251
0B 1000
0C 64000
0D 160
0E 432
0F 223
13 8
15 100
16 2
17 40
19 24
1A 33
1B 1
1C 9
1D 128
1E 128
1F 640
22 80
23 80
24 80
25 80
26 80
27 80
28 80
29 80
2A 9
2B 1172
2C 432
2D 432
2E 432
2F 432
30 432
31 432
32 432
33 4576
34 640
35 26
3A 4


Finished to get system module information!

Getting DT information...

ROM:
ID Offset address Length
============================

00 06037200 33792
01 06037000 512
04 04002C00 4096
0602BE00 4096
total 8192
05 0006C000 81920
08 40070000 948
0A 060B4700 2048
12 400D4000 196
13 060C093C 864
14 060C0C9C 96
15 00000000 524288
1B 060BE740 8700
1C 060BE600 320
1D 06037220 352
1E 060374B0 2416

RAM:
ID offset address length
============================

00 06037200 33792
01 06037000 512
02 06037380 304
04 04002C00 4096
0602BE00 4096
total 8192
05 0006C000 81920
06 00277E44 40996
08 40070000 948
0A 060B4700 2048
12 400D4000 196
13 060C093C 864
14 060C0C9C 96
15 00000000 524288
16 06037200 32
17 06039240 1216
1B 060BE740 8700
1C 060BE600 320
1D 06037220 352
1E 060374B0 2416
1F 06184690 1224
20 06184B58 72

Finished to get DT information!

Getting service area size.......
Service area size: : .................Fail

Getting list of sys files.......
Serial port error!

In terminal windows:

LED:000000CC FAddr:002851B7
LED:000000CC FAddr:002851B7

When I try to read the modules I get these errors:
ROM is being backed-up...
ROM backup completed! File name:G:\UserDataFile\Seagate F3 Arch\Pharaoh-3F\ST3500418AS-CC34-6VM073SN - asd\SABackup\Rom\ROM-3F-CC34.bin

Saving CP...
Save to Folder: G:\UserDataFile\Seagate F3 Arch\Pharaoh-3F\ST3500418AS-CC34-6VM073SN - asd\SABackup\CPDir\
1 : ..................................:OK
A : ..................................:OK
13 : .................................:OK
14 : .................................:OK
15 : .................................:OK
1B : .................................:OK
1C : .................................:OK
1D : .................................:OK
1E : .................................:OK
1 : ..................................:OK
2 : ..................................:OK
6 : ..................................:OK
A : ..................................:OK
13 : .................................:OK
14 : .................................:OK
15 : .................................:OK
16 : .................................:OK
17 : .................................:OK
1B : .................................:OK
1C : .................................:OK
1D : .................................:OK
1E : .................................:OK
1F : .................................:OK
20 : .................................:OK

Finished to save CP!

Saving module...
Save to Folder: G:\UserDataFile\Seagate F3 Arch\Pharaoh-3F\ST3500418AS-CC34-6VM073SN - asd\SABackup\ModDir\

~0000.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0001.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0002.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0003.rpm : ..........................:Err
~0004.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0005.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0006.rpm : ..........................:Err
~0007.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0008.rpm : ..........................:Err
~0009.rpm : ..........................:OK
~000A.rpm : ..........................:Err
~000B.rpm : ..........................:Err
~000C.rpm : ..........................:Err
~000D.rpm : ..........................:OK
~000E.rpm : ..........................:Err
~000F.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0013.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0015.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0016.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0017.rpm : ..........................:OK
~0019.rpm : ..........................:OK
~001A.rpm : ..........................:OK
~001B.rpm : ..........................:OK
~001C.rpm : ..........................:OK
~001D.rpm : ..........................:OK
~001E.rpm : ..........................:OK
~001F.rpm : ..........................:Err
~002A.rpm : ..........................:OK
~002B.rpm : ..........................:Err
~0033.rpm : ..........................:Err
~0034.rpm : ..........................:Err
~0035.rpm : ..........................:OK
~003A.rpm : ..........................:OK

Finished to save module!

Read ID Pages list ...
Read ID Pages ...
ID Page 00 : .........................: Success
ID Page 01 : .........................: Success
ID Page 02 : .........................: Success
ID Page 03 : .........................: Success
ID Page 04 : .........................: Success
ID Page 08 : .........................: Success
ID Page 09 : .........................: Success
ID Page 0A : .........................: Success
ID Page 0B : .........................: Success
ID Page 0C : .........................: Success
ID Page 0D : .........................: Success
ID Page 0E : .........................: Success
ID Page 0F : .........................: Success
ID Pages finish reading!

Start creating Loader.....
Please get the system file list!

Saving the virtual boot loader ...
Save to Folder: G:\UserDataFile\Seagate F3 Arch\Pharaoh-3F\ST3500418AS-CC34-6VM073SN - asd\SABackup\LDR\

F3-3F-CC34Virtual3D.lod : ............:Err

Finished to save virtual start Loader!

Any ideas?


There are a lot of causes will lead to LED problem in Seagate drives, and your offered information is not enough, I would like to suggest you to power off the disk and then power it on, and show us the information in terminal interface, maybe that time I can give you some help :)


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 Post subject: Re: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
PostPosted: July 3rd, 2018, 14:02 
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And of course this (again) is some drive of some friend that wants to get the data recovered without paying .... ?

What do you mean by "invented the plates" ? Did you INVERT the platters like removing them from the drive ? :shock: :shock: :shock: HOPE NOT !!!!

Better send the drive to soeone with more experience for a recovery ?

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 Post subject: Re: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
PostPosted: July 3rd, 2018, 16:52 
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I do not know English and I use the google translator, because of that some things may not be very clear.

This disc has not been touched, it has only been opened to examine the condition of the plates. The error is clear, damaged the plist and the translator, but I could not think of anything to access the information. I ask if someone has any ideas.

Greetings.


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 Post subject: Re: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
PostPosted: July 3rd, 2018, 17:02 
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I do not have a certified clean room. But I do it in fairly clean conditions.
I have the necessary tools to make a head change.
In fact I can change the heads from one disk to another as many times as you want, I have even changed the dishes.
I have taken dishes with my hands, I have stained them with grease, I have cleaned them with acetone, and then I have recovered the data at 5 mb / sec.
Of firmware I am very scarce, but the will is not small. At the moment I have a recovery rate of 9/10, because most cases are almost always very common.

I insist I try to learn, and of course help when I can within my limits.

Returning to this particular disk, my question is whether without the plist and without a translator, the information can be recovered.

Greetings and thanks for your interest.


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 Post subject: Re: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
PostPosted: July 3rd, 2018, 17:11 
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mhp666 wrote:
I do not have a certified clean room. But I do it in fairly clean conditions.


:shock: Define "clean conditions, please. Open air on a clean place, laminar flow workbench, bathroom full of vapor, or what ? :shock:


mhp666 wrote:
I have the necessary tools to make a head change.


Sure, you can even buy expensive HDDSurgery tools and be ok ... but if you then go and open the drive in open air .... :roll:

mhp666 wrote:
In fact I can change the heads from one disk to another as many times as you want, I have even changed the dishes.


:roll: The goal is not to change all of that many times ... The goal is for the drive to work at the end ... I can pick up a 6 TB drive, open it up on dusty place, keep changing heads many times, etc but i'm 100% sure that at the end i will not get any data out of the drive ...

mhp666 wrote:
I have taken dishes with my hands, I have stained them with grease, I have cleaned them with acetone, and then I have recovered the data at 5 mb / sec.


I honestly do hope that your "possible" clients aren't reading this ...

mhp666 wrote:
Of firmware I am very scarce, but the will is not small. At the moment I have a recovery rate of 9/10, because most cases are almost always very common.


Don't tell me, using SpinRite ?

mhp666 wrote:
I insist I try to learn, and of course help when I can within my limits.


Nothing wrong with that ... Just don't learn with client's drives ... even more if you are going to do stupid stuff like opening the drive outside hepa 100 aseptic room or format the entire SA, etc ...

Buy a LOT of drives on eBay that you don't care and play with those instead ...

mhp666 wrote:
Returning to this particular disk, my question is whether without the plist and without a translator, the information can be recovered.


The answer is simple. NO. And don't take me wrong .... you will never get any data out of this drive and neither from the WD one ... Sorry to say ... You did mess up big time ...

mhp666 wrote:
Greetings and thanks for your interest.


Good luck...

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 Post subject: Re: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
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Of course, all those tests I do not do with the clients discs, it would be an outrage, but I have access to a multitude of defective units that I repair.


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When trying to perform read operations of the sys file:
Failed to load overlay 00000005
LED: 000000CC FAddr: 002851B7
LED: 000000CC FAddr: 002851B7


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Failed to load overlay 00000005
Does anyone know what this overlay is for?


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 Post subject: Re: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
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Can someone help me retrieve module 03, and how to relocate it in the SA.


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mhp666 wrote:
Can someone help me retrieve module 03, and how to relocate it in the SA.


Check here - viewtopic.php?f=1&t=37030&start=20

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@mhp666 (...) and any technical issue, please feel free to contact our technical support. And we have online training and real-site seminar to help users to master disk repair and data recovery, if you are interested in, you can contact us.

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 Post subject: Re: Modulo 03, ST3500418AS
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I do not have the modules 0x03, 0x0B, 0x2B.
The SA has reading errors.

You can do the following:
SA format -> Write common firmware -> and I stay the same as I am. No possibility of recovering data.

If I put all the SA in blank I will lose the correlation of LBA and PBA.
Then I make a copy of all the sectors and try to use a software that does not exist that links the data ????

Maybe when formatting the SA, the PLIST is fine? How beautiful it sounds.

This album is going to kill me and the information has it.

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Another idea, as I read a piece of the plot and gives error read the tracks of the SA, and with the offset I get a piece of the plist, and if it is sequential I can reconstruct a reliable part of the translator and wait for the data I want to be there.

Is there a program that copies all the PBAs on the disk even though they are defective?


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I am looking for information about the structures of the SA of the hdd.
In principle I am interested in the SEAGATE.
What are id files, Alt-List NRG List modules, etc.

Can somebody help me?

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Question, are you having fun with this ???

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This is the last message I put in the forum.
I do not want to meddle

If you review all the conversations you will see how much fun this experience has been for me.

Greetings and thanks for your help.


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