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wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 2nd, 2018, 16:26

Hello,

I have this hard drive and it gives me the faults that I attach to the image.
It's almost certainly software problem.
But I do not know how to reconstruct the module 0x02.
Thank you.
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Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 2nd, 2018, 16:41

See modules 0x802F or 0x802E.

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 2nd, 2018, 17:05

I have no idea what these modules are for.
I put a copy of them.

Thanks for the reply.
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Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 2nd, 2018, 17:19

Those modules sometimes contain copies of module 02. However, in your case they are empty. Can you reconstruct your damaged modules from the good sectors of each copy? Otherwise you should be able to use resources from a donor.

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 2nd, 2018, 17:56

ok, I'll try and I'll comment on the results.
Thanks for the 2 ideas.

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 3rd, 2018, 2:20

Now the disk has been unable to read the modules 0x11 and 0x04.
I think that's why when I sign in for ABA or for TRACK it does not read anything.
It could be that he does not read the module 0x04 due to a failure in reading the module 0x11, now I think I should find a compatible 0x11 module, but I never get it, unless it is read from the same disk.
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Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 3rd, 2018, 2:24

How can you know the firmware version of the disk?

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 3rd, 2018, 2:29

You can work from ROM version (16.1VG)

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 3rd, 2018, 2:30

http://files.hddguru.com/index.php?acti ... ty/Fblite&

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 3rd, 2018, 2:44

ok, I'm going to try and comment on the result.

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 3rd, 2018, 10:35

thanks pcimage. I have loaded your module to the first one.
The firmware version of the disk is:

ROM Firmware version: .........................: 0016001V

but I see in the firmware file: "01.01A01", and I do not know what that code is.

Can someone explain it to me.

By the way, once the module 0x11 is loaded, I will have access to it by track and by ABA. I have read the module 0x11 per track and I have seen that the entire header is 0x00. I have recorded by track the module that pcimage has given me and the operative disk.

I need to solve the module 0x04 but I have full access to the data and fast.

Thank you very much.
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Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 3rd, 2018, 11:07

Reading the module 0x04 by ABA reads perfectly. It has the verification of the SA by ID.

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 3rd, 2018, 14:49

Just send the drive to someone who can fix it ?

It will end up like the one on your avatar photo if you keep on messing with it ....

You don't have a clue about what you are doing and most likely you will end up replacing modules that are unique to the drive.

Also most likely the drive does have more problems and not just simple damaged module on FW ...

If drive have dying heads you will screw the SA ...

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 4th, 2018, 3:11

In the modules 0x11 and 0x1b in offset 0x10 is the firmware version of these microcode modules. To be successful in reading the LDR, the version of these modules must match the ROM firmware version.

You can also use this to know if the ROM has been changed (otherwise the disk modules, but more rare), if you find that the versions do not match.

If I'm wrong, please correct me. This is more of a question.

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 4th, 2018, 14:52

"Loader" in Marvell - ROYL drives is not like a Seagate ST-10 loader or Maxtor loader.

On MAXTOR "loader" you have a file with ROM + several CPs that you load to the drive. On ST-10 you have app code, ata overlay, etc .... so a "loader" on those is a file that you use for your tool to "load" a non-working drive by sending code to RAM that will initialize the drive hopefully gaining SA access.

In case of WD ROYL "loader" it's not a propriatary file or anything of that sort, it's just module 11 - perm. overlay that you load to the drive RAM !!!

Sure ... you do need to load to RAM a module 11 compatible with ROM ...

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 5th, 2018, 5:10

What are the CPs ?, I have seen, if I am not mistaken that the TOSHIBA disk is stored in the ROM and I get the impression that a large part of the executable code is stored in the ROM.

As I go forward I am finding a great affinity towards the WD and the TOSHIBA, but personally I see very discolored (under my way of thinking) the SEAGATE discs.

Some conecptos like ZONE TABLE, I have found them by internet I put the link: http://hddscan.com/doc/HDD_Tracks_and_Zones.html

I would like to help, as far as I can, but right now my level is very low.

Greetings.

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 5th, 2018, 9:36

Here :

http://www.hddoracle.com/viewtopic.php?f=56&t=176

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 5th, 2018, 9:37

mhp666 wrote:What are the CPs ?, I have seen, if I am not mistaken that the TOSHIBA disk is stored in the ROM and I get the impression that a large part of the executable code is stored in the ROM.

As I go forward I am finding a great affinity towards the WD and the TOSHIBA, but personally I see very discolored (under my way of thinking) the SEAGATE discs.

Some conecptos like ZONE TABLE, I have found them by internet I put the link: http://hddscan.com/doc/HDD_Tracks_and_Zones.html

I would like to help, as far as I can, but right now my level is very low.

Greetings.



Also check :

http://www.hddoracle.com/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=16#p16126

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 6th, 2018, 6:59

Thank you very much.
This link is the best I've found on the net.

Re: wd10jpvx-22jc3t0 0GB

August 6th, 2018, 16:23

Try to start here as well - Translator, Defect Lists and Bad Sectors :

Toshiba do store CPs (Configuration Pages) (Code pages) on ROM. Those are like "modules" on other drives that on Toshiba are stored mainly in ROM. Toshiba do store "modules" and CPs on Platteres as well like CP DD - P-List and "S" module (Security) or G-List ....

Think of CPs on Toshiba like Modules. For example on WD and Quantum and MAXTOR CPs are just a portion of code that are part of a module/modules. There will be a module that will contain CPs and CPs can be use for several stuff like loading the drive from files / CPs.

For now just think of Toshiba as drives that will have most of it's modules stored on ROM and just a small portion of modules and CPs stored on platter.

Cool thing is that you can "regen" or clear most of the "modules" on platter using VSCs.

Example : - http://www.hddoracle.com/viewtopic.php?f=59&t=1254
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