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 Post subject: Need LDR for WD Fblite 00160094
PostPosted: February 26th, 2019, 21:36 
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Hello
I need the LDR for a WD 1TB drive. Here is the full screen pic.
Your help is much appreciated.
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 Post subject: Re: Need LDR for WD Fblite 00160094
PostPosted: February 26th, 2019, 22:55 
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I found it here.
http://files.hddguru.com/download/PC-30 ... ty/Fblite/

Hopefuly it Will solve the size identification problema of this drive.


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 Post subject: Re: Need LDR for WD Fblite 00160094
PostPosted: February 27th, 2019, 0:23 
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I thought I found the LDR file, but instead a lot of other info.
Does anyone know where can I get the LDR file for this drive?


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 Post subject: Re: Need LDR for WD Fblite 00160094
PostPosted: February 27th, 2019, 4:28 
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Here you go.
Good luck!


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 Post subject: Re: Need LDR for WD Fblite 00160094
PostPosted: February 27th, 2019, 7:59 
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Thanks for the help, but..
Isn't the file I need an LDR_00160094.ldr file?
You sent a 11.rpm file.

Sorry for my inexperience with this issues, but I'm new in the field, and willing to learn.

If the file you sent is the correct one, how do I use it so the hard drive reports the correct size, and I can proceed and extract the info?
TIA


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 Post subject: Re: Need LDR for WD Fblite 00160094
PostPosted: February 28th, 2019, 1:00 
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Thank you pclab+ for your help.
Saddly, it didn't work.
There was an error writing the 0x11
Still reporting 0.00GB size.

And when performing scan from SA everything was error while Reading.
So MRT tech concluded that a head replacement is needed.

Now the question is: how can I chose a correct donor drive for this drive:
WD10JMVW-11AJGS4, DCX KA4RJC9G5, DCM HBMT2BK, Malaysia, Nov 27 2016
It originally came with a USB 3.0 PCB, which we replaced for a compatible SATA PCB (taken from a list of conversion donors on this site)

TIA


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 Post subject: Re: Need LDR for WD Fblite 00160094
PostPosted: February 28th, 2019, 8:45 
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Taken from DonorDrives:

Western Digital
Caviar 1st Edition

These are generally drives that are 10 or more years old. They can be differentiated by having a PCB that is, more or less, square compared to the L-shaped PCBs of later models.

Use the following criteria to find a donor drive.

Model number: Match the entire first part of the model number as well as three characters in the second part. Eg: WD800BB-55JKA0
Heads map: Match the physical heads (PH) map exactly. It is OK if the donor has more heads than the original drive, but all heads before that should match.
DCM: Locate the J or 2 in the DCM. It should be towards the end. Make sure that the J or 2 as well as the preceding character matches on the donor.
Country of manufacture: Should be the same.
Date of manufacture: Should be within three months — the closer the better.
Serial number: Match the first four digits of the serial numbers.
PCB Revision: The PCB Rev should be the same.

Marvell (version 1)

These drives can be identified by the family code in the model number (the 3rd and 4th digits after the hyphen). The following families are part of this type: Mammoth (family codes EY, EZ, FA, FC, FJ, FM, HE, HF, JE, JS, JT, JY), Sabre (JH, JJ, JK, JL, JM, JN, JP, JR, JU, KS, LN, MG), Hawk (MH, MJ, MK, ML, MV, MW, MY, MZ, NC, ND, NE, NF, NG, NH, NJ, NK, NT, NV, NY, PA), Hawk-2 (SG, SH, TG), Starling (RD, RE, RF, RJ, RK, RL), Buccaneer (KE, KF, KG, KM), Zeus (MN, MP, VJ), and Raider (PC, PD, PE, PF, PG). Even if these families of drives say "Caviar SE" on the label, they belong to the Marvell architecture.

Use the following criteria to find a donor drive.

Model number: It is ideal to match the whole model number, but if none is available you can try one that matches the entire first part of the model number as well as these three characters in the second part: WD1600JB-40TGB0
Heads map: Match the physical heads (PH) map exactly. It is OK if the donor has more heads than the original drive, but all heads before that should match.
DCM: Locate the J or 2 in the DCM. It should be towards the end. Make sure that the J or 2 as well as the preceding character matches on the donor. If the three characters before that match as well, it will have an even better chance of being a match.
Date of manufacture: Should be within three months — the closer the better.
Preamplifier: Exact match for both vendor and revision.
Microjogs: Each value should be within 300 of the original drive — the closer the better.
Country of manufacture: Should be the same.

Marvell (version 2)

These encompass most newer and modern Western Digital drives.

Use the following criteria to find a donor drive.

Model number: It is ideal to match the whole model number, but if none is available you can try one that matches the entire first part of the model number as well as these three characters in the second part: WD1200BEVT-22A23T0
Heads map: Match the physical heads (PH) map exactly. It is OK if the donor has more heads than the original drive, but all heads before that should match.
DCM: Locate the J or 2 in the DCM. It should be towards the end. Make sure that the J or 2 as well as the preceding character matches on the donor.
Preamplifier: Exact match for both vendor and revision.
Microjogs: Each value should be within 200 of the original drive — the closer the better.
Country of manufacture: Should be the same.
Date of manufacture: Should be within three months — the closer the better.

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 Post subject: Re: Need LDR for WD Fblite 00160094
PostPosted: March 1st, 2019, 20:59 
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Thanks again pclab+.
This is great information.

In this specific case, should I look for the same USB 3.0 drive as donor, or a SATA drive may be a good match, following your guidelines?


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