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 Post subject: Re: Noise related to PCB in WD HDDs (Final Edition)
PostPosted: October 15th, 2019, 19:04 
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Hi guys

I can You help me to diagnose and repair my HDD WD10JPVX
It's been dropped and now it's cliking when I try to connect it to laptop.
Victoria show me me this information
Code:
11:39:09 : Get drive passport... OK
11:39:09 : Get drive passport... OK
11:39:09 : Recallibration... Error!
11:39:09 : SMART: HDA temperature sensor not detected!
11:39:10 : Starting mechanical test: 0...0 LBA, reading, Timeout = 200ms
11:39:10 : Seek unknown error! (LBA 0)
11:39:10 : Stopping drive... HD Spindle is stopped


What can I do to get it working again


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 Post subject: Re: Noise related to PCB in WD HDDs (Final Edition)
PostPosted: October 15th, 2019, 19:22 
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h00tdog wrote:
What can I do to get it working again

nothing "YOU" can do about that
send it to A "DATA RECOVERY" pro


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 Post subject: Re: Noise related to PCB in WD HDDs (Final Edition)
PostPosted: October 15th, 2019, 19:26 
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that I know but data on it its worth 0$ so that's why I'm interested to take a look on it is this some pcb problem or internal ??


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 Post subject: Re: Noise related to PCB in WD HDDs (Final Edition)
PostPosted: October 15th, 2019, 22:08 
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It's an internal problem. The OS is detecting the JMicron USB-SATA bridge IC, not the HDD behind the bridge.

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 Post subject: Re: Noise related to PCB in WD HDDs (Final Edition)
PostPosted: October 16th, 2019, 3:25 
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HaspHL wrote:
h00tdog wrote:
What can I do to get it working again

nothing "YOU" can do about that
send it to A "DATA RECOVERY" pro


Agree 100%

It’s been dropped, and it’s clicking.

Zero chance it’s the PCB and it cannot be “fixed” by DIY.

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 Post subject: Re: Noise related to PCB in WD HDDs (Final Edition)
PostPosted: November 12th, 2019, 9:22 
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h00tdog wrote:
that I know but data on it its worth 0$ so that's why I'm interested to take a look on it is this some pcb problem or internal ??

Murphy was an optimist


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 Post subject: Re: Noise related to PCB in WD HDDs (Final Edition)
PostPosted: November 12th, 2019, 18:28 
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yes Rameez that's right .... feeling IC heat is one of the most common methods to detect the Motor Ic Damage especially when the hard drive didn't respond after we power it on .... but when the motor IC is responsible for the Continuous Noise i think it's never got Hot and its' temperature will be normal although it's already damaged ... so we have to replace it.


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 Post subject: Re: Noise related to PCB in WD HDDs (Final Edition)
PostPosted: November 12th, 2019, 18:30 
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h00tdog wrote:
Hi guys

I can You help me to diagnose and repair my HDD WD10JPVX
It's been dropped and now it's cliking when I try to connect it to laptop.
Victoria show me me this information
Code:
11:39:09 : Get drive passport... OK
11:39:09 : Get drive passport... OK
11:39:09 : Recallibration... Error!
11:39:09 : SMART: HDA temperature sensor not detected!
11:39:10 : Starting mechanical test: 0...0 LBA, reading, Timeout = 200ms
11:39:10 : Seek unknown error! (LBA 0)
11:39:10 : Stopping drive... HD Spindle is stopped


What can I do to get it working again

yes Rameez that's right .... feeling IC heat is one of the most common methods to detect the Motor Ic Damage especially when the hard drive didn't respond after we power it on .... but when the motor IC is responsible for the Continuous Noise i think it's never got Hot and its' temperature will be normal although it's already damaged ... so we have to replace it.


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 Post subject: Re: Noise related to PCB in WD HDDs (Final Edition)
PostPosted: December 10th, 2019, 1:19 
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Excellent share!


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