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 Post subject: Re: *** BAD BAD NEWS *** FOR DATA RECOVERY
PostPosted: March 11th, 2021, 8:26 
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 Post subject: Re: *** BAD BAD NEWS *** FOR DATA RECOVERY
PostPosted: March 11th, 2021, 10:05 
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shubhsinghal wrote:
Seagate Data Recovery Procedure:
14) But seagate lab do have latest generation drives afh resources which 99% DR Pros worldwide don't have till date.

AFH can be done via a spreadsheet or MRT.
How does the Seagate 'latest generation resources' work?
Are you talking about AFH for locked drives?

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 Post subject: Re: *** BAD BAD NEWS *** FOR DATA RECOVERY
PostPosted: March 11th, 2021, 11:15 
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ddrecovery wrote:
shubhsinghal wrote:
Seagate Data Recovery Procedure:
14) But seagate lab do have latest generation drives afh resources which 99% DR Pros worldwide don't have till date.

AFH can be done via a spreadsheet or MRT.
How does the Seagate 'latest generation resources' work?
Are you talking about AFH for locked drives?



MRT is buggy incase of afh which byfar has many limitations and have success rate for few old models such as hepburn, pharaoh, etc...

Spreadsheet is for experienced pros which also have limitations & know what exactly they are trying to do with afh/dac.

Yes, i am talking about locked drives.


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 Post subject: Re: *** BAD BAD NEWS *** FOR DATA RECOVERY
PostPosted: March 11th, 2021, 15:04 
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shubhsinghal wrote:
ddrecovery wrote:
shubhsinghal wrote:
Seagate Data Recovery Procedure:
14) But seagate lab do have latest generation drives afh resources which 99% DR Pros worldwide don't have till date.

AFH can be done via a spreadsheet or MRT.
How does the Seagate 'latest generation resources' work?
Are you talking about AFH for locked drives?



MRT is buggy incase of afh which byfar has many limitations and have success rate for few old models such as hepburn, pharaoh, etc...

Spreadsheet is for experienced pros which also have limitations & know what exactly they are trying to do with afh/dac.

Yes, i am talking about locked drives.

I used MRT to help adjust the AFH on a locked Rosewood a couple of weeks ago so that I could continue imaging with PC3K-DE.

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 Post subject: Re: *** BAD BAD NEWS *** FOR DATA RECOVERY
PostPosted: March 12th, 2021, 7:16 
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lcoughey wrote:
shubhsinghal wrote:
ddrecovery wrote:
shubhsinghal wrote:
Seagate Data Recovery Procedure:
14) But seagate lab do have latest generation drives afh resources which 99% DR Pros worldwide don't have till date.

AFH can be done via a spreadsheet or MRT.
How does the Seagate 'latest generation resources' work?
Are you talking about AFH for locked drives?



MRT is buggy incase of afh which byfar has many limitations and have success rate for few old models such as hepburn, pharaoh, etc...

Spreadsheet is for experienced pros which also have limitations & know what exactly they are trying to do with afh/dac.

Yes, i am talking about locked drives.

I used MRT to help adjust the AFH on a locked Rosewood a couple of weeks ago so that I could continue imaging with PC3K-DE.


Haahaa ,
Here goes Luke ,I have also done few cases

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 Post subject: Re: *** BAD BAD NEWS *** FOR DATA RECOVERY
PostPosted: March 12th, 2021, 8:35 
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It means you don't fall in the category of 99% but 1%.


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 Post subject: Re: *** BAD BAD NEWS *** FOR DATA RECOVERY
PostPosted: March 12th, 2021, 9:37 
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shubhsinghal wrote:
It means you don't fall in the category of 99% but 1%.
Lol

The best I can tell, the AFH functions of MRT are one of the functions that I've found to work consistently. The remainder of its functions are a roll of the dice, that sometimes resolve themselves with frequent system reboots.

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 Post subject: Re: *** BAD BAD NEWS *** FOR DATA RECOVERY
PostPosted: March 13th, 2021, 2:58 
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I prefer the 2nd option:

1) Going for a long drive with destination unknown.

2) Going for a long drive with destination known.

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