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 Post subject: Hitachi - ARM tool :
PostPosted: May 1st, 2015, 10:40 
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To MRTLab :

Would it be possible to implement on your tool the following :

- Something like a P list and G list editor. It would pop up a box with the defects on the list to edit them out or to change them. That way if there are bad entries there they could be corrected by hand.

- Option to read firmware tracks by PBA.

- More easy to use box to manipulate modules (read-write) to them ?

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I'm having this message on one drive while attempting to clear the G-List :

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I want to be able to check the defects that are on that list in an "easy to read" way, to see if the list can be loaded at all.

Any idea on how to do so whithout dumping the modules by hand ?

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Spildit,

Hitachi-ARM it has the flag state of the G-list
If he ON, G-list - destroyed.
The firmware can not work with him.


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 Post subject: Re: Hitachi - ARM tool :
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Tomset wrote:
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Hitachi-ARM it has the flag state of the G-list
If he cocked. G-list - destroyed.
The firmware can not work with him.


Sorry, i'm not understanding.

Are you saying that if something is wrong with the firmware G-List can't be cleared or are you saying that i can't clear G-List even on a normal working ARM Hitachi drive ?

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 Post subject: Re: Hitachi - ARM tool :
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[quote="Spildit"]

"- Something like a P list and G list editor. It would pop up a box with the defects on the list to edit them out or to change them. That way if there are bad entries there they could be corrected by hand.

- Option to read firmware tracks by PBA."

Reply: Good point. We're also doing research into these two features. They will be added in the future if there are new findings.


"- More easy to use box to manipulate modules (read-write) to them ?"

Reply: The module operation interface is designed according to most common habit. I guess we'd better keep as it is.

Thanks for your suggestions!


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Spildit wrote:
I'm having this message on one drive while attempting to clear the G-List :

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I want to be able to check the defects that are on that list in an "easy to read" way, to see if the list can be loaded at all.

Any idea on how to do so whithout dumping the modules by hand ?



Hi Were you ever able to solve this? I have read every post, and gone through every posted video, went through the tutorials, but nothing helped. If you were able to solve this G-List thingy please share.

I am also getting, ALWAYS, the STCH1 fail in SA module test. I am sure a better tutorial can be compiled to help people with specific Problems with Hitachi.

Just today started with Hitachi from APPLE and the NVRam seems to be empty. I know usually Apple keeps one copy of NVRam on their motherboards, just to prevent people from cloning their drives or to buy after market similar HDDs of high capacities.

Any help would be appreciated.
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I can recover the drive without the native nvram if needed, pm me.

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PostPosted: August 18th, 2020, 9:50 
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mrtpro wrote:
Spildit wrote:

"- Something like a P list and G list editor. It would pop up a box with the defects on the list to edit them out or to change them. That way if there are bad entries there they could be corrected by hand.

- Option to read firmware tracks by PBA."

Reply: Good point. We're also doing research into these two features. They will be added in the future if there are new findings.


"- More easy to use box to manipulate modules (read-write) to them ?"

Reply: The module operation interface is designed according to most common habit. I guess we'd better keep as it is.

Thanks for your suggestions!


Well,
Data Recovery After Native ROM + NVRAM Lost in Arm Family ,Definitely Possible ,So try and implement this into tool

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