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 Post subject: Help ME To Fix Delay Sector On Western Digital WD5000AADS
PostPosted: October 22nd, 2013, 4:09 
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Hello

In some times , a picture say of the every problem :

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There is no information on the hard drive and the hard drive is completely empty .

How Can I Fix This ?

Sorry For My Bad English Language Or Wrong forum topics !!!!!!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Help ME To Fix Delay Sector On Western Digital WD5000AAD
PostPosted: October 22nd, 2013, 9:42 
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mo4sa wrote:
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How Can I Fix This ?

Sorry For My Bad English Language Or Wrong forum topics !!!!!!!!

Thanks , u .


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 Post subject: Re: Help ME To Fix Delay Sector On Western Digital WD5000AAD
PostPosted: October 22nd, 2013, 10:20 
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I thought HDDRegenerator claimed to fix drives with scratches and broken heads...why can't it handle sectors with delays?

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 Post subject: Re: Help ME To Fix Delay Sector On Western Digital WD5000AAD
PostPosted: October 23rd, 2013, 16:06 
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what tool do u have ? e.g pc3k DFL etc ?


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 Post subject: Re: Help ME To Fix Delay Sector On Western Digital WD5000AAD
PostPosted: October 27th, 2013, 20:12 
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Do you have something like WDR or Salvation Data WD tool ?
Something that can be used to start SelfScan on the drive ?
At any rate i would buy another drive and move on.

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 Post subject: Re: Help ME To Fix Delay Sector On Western Digital WD5000AAD
PostPosted: January 18th, 2014, 11:38 
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Hello everyone,
Does anyone know how to repair sector delays without data loss,
One of my friends did it for a hard disk that i was not able to access it's data by many ways which i tested.


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 Post subject: Re: Help ME To Fix Delay Sector On Western Digital WD5000AAD
PostPosted: January 18th, 2014, 19:24 
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Essipdc wrote:
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Does anyone know how to repair sector delays without data loss,
One of my friends did it for a hard disk that i was not able to access it's data by many ways which i tested.


Simple way to figure how to do it :

Ask your friend how he managed to do that and then post here the sollution.
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 Post subject: Re: Help ME To Fix Delay Sector On Western Digital WD5000AAD
PostPosted: July 28th, 2014, 16:04 
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No necro-posting implied, yet recently I also have had a 'weird' (from my point) problem when a friend's notebook running 'conservative' XP Sp3+ (some downgrade from Vista) was stumbling there and there giving strange timeouts and random lockups but without BSODs though. Checking for malware and replacing hardware made no difference, HDD SMART was pretty GOOD (less than some five relos and no pendings, 36'C) so I tried MHDD/Victoria/HDAT2 and SpinRite (the only commercial I've got)--to no avail again. Clean r2d was no use either. Then I took the HDD (yayks! T*shiba!) home under my W8, and guess what?

The system sensibly requested checking the HDD, so I decided to re-check it via a command prompt (gosh!) so many new parameters for the oldie -p-e-r-v-e-r-t- chkdsk, I must admit. A short inspection revealed numerous errs which it was able to repair online--without rebooting the system. Fancy, the drive was quite new - July 2012 and it had even AF (advanced format) which I a little later confirmed to be mis-aligned. (NB: the system was re-installed at a company by 'specialists'! Looks like a warning now)

Certainly, it's not the universal solution, but checking the (err-prone) file system under modern systems first sometimes does help a lot! On the other hand, it may be just a sheer blunt coincidence)
Jumping to conclusions, I still don't get why HDD checking software doesn't correlate its data with the file system: different approaches with the same goals? Backup-backup-backup!


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