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 Post subject: TOSHIBA DT01ACA050 - Reading is TOO TOO SLOW.
PostPosted: December 30th, 2020, 3:30 
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Hello,

Reading is TOO TOO SLOW, in DE it shows directory and files.
While copy it copies too slow.

Virtual Translator, PIO or any other Mode - copying is slow only.

Any solutions or work around ?

thanks in advance for help and support.


--------------------Log---------------------
Selected family:7210DLE6

Model:TOSHIBA DT01ACA050

Technology key : ....................................OK

Read module list : ..................................OK

Read open module list : .............................OK

get the head number : ...............................01

Backuping HDD resources

Reading ROM
Save path:D:\UserDataFile\Hitachi-ARM\7210DLE6\TOSHIBA DT01ACA050-MS1OA750-X3UDLVVAS\Data\SABackup\ROM\
Save ROM : ..........................................Succeed

Backuping NV-RAM...
Save Path :D:\UserDataFile\Hitachi-ARM\7210DLE6\TOSHIBA DT01ACA050-MS1OA750-X3UDLVVAS\Data\SABackup\NV-RAM\
NV_RAM.nvr : ........................................OK
Backup NV-RAM : .....................................Complete

Save path of module directory
Save the main module list : .........................Succeed
Save the open module list : .........................Succeed

Saving Module

Reading Method : ....................................Selected copy
Whether to ignore read errors : .....................No

Save Path :D:\UserDataFile\Hitachi-ARM\7210DLE6\TOSHIBA DT01ACA050-MS1OA750-X3UDLVVAS\Data\SABackup\
Module RPSH Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module RPSH Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module USAG Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module USAG Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module RAMI Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module RAMI Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module RAM0 Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module RAM0 Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module PSHT Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module PSHT Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module RDMT Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module RDMT Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module RPOP Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module RPOP Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module SECI Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module SECI Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module SECB Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module SECB Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module ZONE Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module ZONE Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module SRVP Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module SRVP Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module SRVM Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module SRVM Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module CHNM Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module CHNM Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module IDNT Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module IDNT Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module SMRT Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module SMRT Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module SERL Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module SERL Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module IOPS Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module IOPS Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module SSLD Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module SSLD Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module SCTH Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module SCTH Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module FEAT Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module FEAT Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module CNFG Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module CNFG Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module WWNM Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module WWNM Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module RPSP Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module RPSP Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module SPTR Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module SPTR Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module ABLP Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module ABLP Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module DBGC Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module DBGC Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module ALSM Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module ALSM Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module ATIR Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module ATIR Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module AVZN Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module AVZN Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module CGDF Copy0 : .................................Succeed
Module CGDF Copy1 : .................................Succeed
Module RDM1 : .......................................Succeed
Module RDM2 : .......................................Succeed
Module ELG1 : .......................................Succeed
Module EVLG : .......................................Succeed
Module PID1 : .......................................Succeed
Module PID2 : .......................................Succeed
Module PIDM : .......................................Succeed
Module PDM1 : .......................................Succeed
Module PDM2 : .......................................Succeed
Module HLR1 : .......................................Succeed
Module HLR2 : .......................................Succeed
Module MFGP : .......................................Succeed
Module AMPM : .......................................Succeed
Module MFGT : .......................................Succeed
Module DMP1 : .......................................Succeed
Module SDM1 : .......................................Succeed
Module SVLG : .......................................Succeed
Module DDD0 : .......................................Succeed
Module DIAG : .......................................Succeed
Module WRT0 : .......................................Succeed
Backup module : .....................................Complete


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 Post subject: Re: TOSHIBA DT01ACA050 - Reading is TOO TOO SLOW.
PostPosted: December 31st, 2020, 11:42 
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Does the drive have reallocated/pending sectors?
You should disable sector reallocation event with ARRE option, but i can't remember if MRT has such option.
Sediv does have it!
If i remember well, mrt does have SUPER OFF option, it might help to speed up cloning process, if all this will not help than most likely your drive had weak heads.

Read here:
https://forum.hddguru.com/viewtopic.php ... 40#p271240


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 Post subject: Re: TOSHIBA DT01ACA050 - Reading is TOO TOO SLOW.
PostPosted: December 31st, 2020, 11:49 
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P.S.
Probably you can disable ARRE also from terminal by using SP command
https://forum.hddguru.com/viewtopic.php ... 04#p193704


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 Post subject: Re: TOSHIBA DT01ACA050 - Reading is TOO TOO SLOW.
PostPosted: January 1st, 2021, 6:23 
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This one is Hitachi arch, not native tosh.

i suspect 2 causes:
- weak / contaminated head(s) (or if these are donor heads, they do not work good with patient adaptives)
- media defects

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 Post subject: Re: TOSHIBA DT01ACA050 - Reading is TOO TOO SLOW.
PostPosted: January 1st, 2021, 14:32 
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Oops, you're right! :?


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 Post subject: Re: TOSHIBA DT01ACA050 - Reading is TOO TOO SLOW.
PostPosted: January 4th, 2021, 13:17 
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pepe wrote:
This one is Hitachi arch, not native tosh.

i suspect 2 causes:
- weak / contaminated head(s) (or if these are donor heads, they do not work good with patient adaptives)
- media defects

pepe


Copying taking too much time...
Scan Root done ( took 1day)
Now coping data ...
338.59 MB/10.29 GB 401/19877 Files Duration time:14:12:00

Any solutions ?


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 Post subject: Re: TOSHIBA DT01ACA050 - Reading is TOO TOO SLOW.
PostPosted: January 6th, 2021, 6:25 
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with replacement heads?

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 Post subject: Re: TOSHIBA DT01ACA050 - Reading is TOO TOO SLOW.
PostPosted: January 15th, 2021, 9:16 
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pepe wrote:
with replacement heads?


Replacement Head - Not Worked.
Replace original and working slow.


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