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 Post subject: SEAGATE ST9160411AS strange issue after clear smart
PostPosted: July 13th, 2018, 18:58 
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hi there,

i have very small knowledge, and i only know very basic stuff,
i have searched and i didn't find any info, but i am facing this next problem,
maybe someone can help me or point me in the right direction

i tried to reset smart on this hdd and i end up with power on hours 65536,
before reset smart i think was around 14000 power on hours
SEAGATE ST9160411AS, but have HP P/N: 484906-001

this hdd is ok, g-list is empty, i also run translator, theres no slow sectors
usually i reset smart for put hdd in refurbished pcs

i think this hdd have something strange, i have reset smart on others hdd some model and same part number and same hp rom,
and went all ok, i ended up with 0 power on hours, but this one every time i clear smart it put power on hours with 65536

initial fw was: HP86, i have updated to HP87 but same thing, always clear smart to power on hours to 65536



Rst 0x10M
(P) SATA Reset
Package Verified
No Phy: Staggered spin bypass PASS
ASCII Diag mode
F3 T>
Family : TETONST_4(63A0)(3-0E-4-0)
Admin : CA0CC2.HPM2.CP281K.HP87
Firmware : HP87
Speed : 7202 RPM
Head : 2
Capacity : 312581808 (160G)
S/N : 5TG128ZJ
F3 T>
ASCII Diag mode

F3 T>/1N1,,22
F3 1>N5
Att
Num Flgs normlzd worst raw
1 000F 64 FD 00000000000000
3 0002 64 FD 00000000000000
4 0032 64 FD 00000000000000
5 0033 64 FD 00000000000000
7 000F 64 FD 00000000000000
9 0032 64 FD 00000000000000
A 0013 64 FD 00000000000000
C 0033 64 FD 00000000000000
B8 0033 64 FD 00000000000000
BB 0032 64 FD 00000000000000
BC 0032 64 FD 00000000000000
BD 003A 64 FD 00000000000000
BE 0022 64 FD 00000000000000
BF 0032 64 FD 00000000000000
C0 0032 64 FD 00000000000000
C1 0032 64 FD 00000000000000
C2 0022 28 28 00002800000000
C3 001A 64 FD 00000000000000
C4 0033 64 FD 00000000000000
C5 0012 64 FD 00000000000000
C6 0010 64 FD 00000000000000
C7 003E C8 FD 00000000000000
FE 0032 64 FD 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000


after power on/off hdd i get this


Rst 0x10M
(P) SATA Reset
Package Verified
No Phy: Staggered spin bypass PASS
ASCII Diag mode
F3 T>/1N5
Att
Num Flgs normlzd worst raw
1 000F 64 64 00000000000000
3 0002 64 64 00000000000000
4 0032 64 64 00000000000001
5 0033 64 64 00000000000000
7 000F 64 FD 00000000000001
9 0032 1A 1A 00000000010000 ---> power on hours 65536
A 0013 64 64 00000000000000
C 0033 64 64 00000000000001
B8 0033 64 64 00000000000000
BB 0032 64 64 00000000000000
BC 0032 64 FD 00000000000000
BD 003A 64 64 00000000000000
BE 0022 40 40 00000024240024
BF 0032 64 64 00000000000000
C0 0032 64 64 00000000000001
C1 0032 64 64 00000000000001
C2 0022 24 28 00002400000024
C3 001A 64 64 00000000000000
C4 0033 64 64 00000000000000
C5 0012 64 64 00000000000000
C6 0010 64 64 00000000000000
C7 003E C8 FD 00000000000000
FE 0032 64 64 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000
0 0000 0 0 00000000000000

i can give some prints or more details, but not sure what is need,
is this have any solution, can anyone help or point me in the right direction
many thanks


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