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 Post subject: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 12th, 2017, 12:32 
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Now all customers can get SeDiv HDD Repair for WD,Seagate,Hitachi,Toshiba,Samsung with new price very cheap
Else we will offer big company if they buy more than 1 key
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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 12th, 2017, 15:04 
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I might be interested !!!!
Please PM me the price.
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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 14th, 2017, 15:40 
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OK !!!

I've decided to buy it. I've already send in the payment and will have the tool by tomorrow !!!

I will be posting some reviews and screen captures as soon as i start testing the tool.

:D :D :D

Let's hope that SeDiv is as good as people say it is.

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 15th, 2017, 6:28 
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Hi
Thats Great.


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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 15th, 2017, 9:10 
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waqas_ali766 wrote:
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Thats Great.


I will post some feedback as soon as i try it out !!!

:D :D :D

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 15th, 2017, 10:18 
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Well Sediv is good, i add my research work in Sediv also, and it have my techniques for Repairing a drive more quickly and accurately.

Like toshiba, make it very easy and simple and production mode, now any one can scan toshiba hdd with victoria by setting the time out to 50, and save the defects log, after finish, import the log in sediv zone table, and sediv auto select all the zone which have bad sector, and user can cut it.

this we make so user can repair more and more hdd in one day and work with one pc only, because in one pc user can run up to 10 victoria scan.

now moving to Data Recovery sections.

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 15th, 2017, 10:40 
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waqas_ali766 wrote:
Well Sediv is good, i add my research work in Sediv also, and it have my techniques for Repairing a drive more quickly and accurately.

Like toshiba, make it very easy and simple and production mode, now any one can scan toshiba hdd with victoria by setting the time out to 50, and save the defects log, after finish, import the log in sediv zone table, and sediv auto select all the zone which have bad sector, and user can cut it.

this we make so user can repair more and more hdd in one day and work with one pc only, because in one pc user can run up to 10 victoria scan.

now moving to Data Recovery sections.

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Ok !!!

I think that i will try that with some Toshiba drives that i have here with bad blocks.

Still waiting to get the SeDiv files + license.

Hopefully it will be easy to install on my XP without any activation issues.

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 15th, 2017, 12:18 
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Ok !!!! Got the full version up and running !!!

ICCSYS was fantastic doing the business with me. Send in the payment and got the tool very fast. I did get a very nice text file explaining how to activate the software and got it up and running very fast as well !!!

Now I have to explore the software but looks way more complex then all the other stuff that i've used so far, including PC3K ....

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 15th, 2017, 12:44 
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Well, the process of licensing is simple.

You recieve the software, you run it and select an option to generate the license. Then you send the license to an e-mail and you get a file back that you copy to your software folder and that's it.

There is the known license limitations (you can't change hardware or anything on the PC) but for the price paid it's no big deal ...

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WD software options are WAY MORE COMPLEX than expected. I still think that for someone starting to learn WDMarvel might be a better WD alternative but SeDiv for WD is WAY MORE POWERFULL and have WAY MORE OPTIONS than any other WD tool that i've used so far.

Also SeDiv is working just fine with my HRT hardware card.

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 15th, 2017, 14:26 
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My 2 big "problems" with SeDiv so far are :

1) It take a huge amount of time to load. I guess it's checking the license file and hardware configuration. If i close down the tool and re-open it it takes several moments to load, unlike all the other tools that as soon as i run them they will open.

2) Screen Resolution ..... Yeah .... You have to set it up to 1280*1024 otherwise you can't see the full menus/options ...

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 15th, 2017, 15:01 
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Good luck with sediv. And explore more.


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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 15th, 2017, 15:20 
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Ok, just for a simple challenge i did pick up one of my broken old Hitachi drives and checked it out with SeDiv :

The drive didn't ID at all when powerin it up on Victoria even when attempting to check passport. So i did attempt to run SeDiv on it :

This is the NVRam :

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Then i've checked modules :

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As we can see module CHNL is "damaged" as it can't be read from copy 0 and 1. But fortunatly the Factory copy can still be retrieved.

I'm not very comfortable yet with the way SeDiv writes modules to the drive andthe way the modules that are downloaded are stored so for a quick fix i've used HRT to write the copy F (factory) of CHNL back to copy 0 and 1. Then Re-Checked :

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Now power off/on and the drive is correctly detected either by Victoria and SeDiv :

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So i've done some more testing like clearing the G-List with SeDiv and unlike the other times i've tested with MRT Pro (by teamviewer as i don't have the tool) this one DID WORK !!!

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Clearing S.M.A.R.T. also does work fine !!!

And i can scan the drive as well.

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Now the only defect that Victoria detects is the one that i've deleted from the G-List ---

Looks like that i can re-use this drive without any major problem unless the module CHNL gets damaged again.

So far i can tell that SeDiv is VERY POWERFULL and VERY GOOD but there are things that i don't like on it, in particularly the fact that i have to re-set the screen resolution everytime i want to use it, if not i can't see the full functions.

It can still be used if we don't re-set resolution but it will look like this :

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I would rather have a option to write the modules on that window (shown on the picture) rather than having to use the write option that prompts for the folder containing the module one needs to write.

At any rate it's still possible to use the editor to write something loaded from a file, so it's ok.

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 15th, 2017, 15:30 
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I DO REALLY LIKE IT !!!! This is very cool and advanced.

Apart from the screen resolution issue and the fact that it's a very complex tool i think it's well worth the money.

But i would say that it's for advanced users. People who already know how to work with firmware tools.

I've only tested the WD and the Hitachi tool so far but for what i've seen i think that for example WDMarvel for WD is way easier to use. It lacks functions that SeDiv have but for a strater (someone starting to learn) i think that WDMarvel is WAY EASIER to use and understand, even the way the menus are organized. But of course if you take this SeDiv offer (for the cheap price) you will have a set of tools for Hitachi+WD+Seagate+Samsung+Toshiba for the price that you would pay for just one tool (half of what you would have to pay for a single SD HD Doctor) ...

I do think that this is even better if you already have some sort of hardware cards, even if it's just a chinese PC3K PCI as you can use the card with SeDiv as well. Working with my HRT 3 card without any sort of problem.

As for the Hitachi tool it have all options that you need to fix your firmware problems on your drives. It can edit and read NVRam and write to it, and do all the basic stuff so you should be ok.

Unlike MRT Pro the tool REALLY WORK. Try to clear G-List with MRT PRO and you will cry .... As it doesn't work. There is a thread written by me sometime ago when i attempted to use MRT Pro on Hitachi to clear S.M.A.R.T. and G-List and the thing simply didn't work. SeDiv works just fine for that and for reading modules.

I still have to get used to the way it writes modules but as i have alternative tools it's not a big deal. I do need SeDiv for MODERN DRIVES and i think it's more that what i expected. I still have to try the Toshiba and the Seagate tool. I've done a quick module read on a Samsung drive with SeDiv and it works fine as well.

If you don't want to buy multiple tools i think that SeDiV is a VERY CHEAP and powerfull alternative. Ok course you can use cards like the MRT Pro 8in IDE mode), HRT and PC3K PCI with SeDiv tools.

I don't think that the latest PC3K will work. At least i've tryed out with WDMarvel and it couldn't work using the latest PC3K hardware cards....

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
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Also you can do an ATA scan using the SeDiv and it have a simple ATA terminal as well ...

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
PostPosted: January 15th, 2017, 16:09 
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Ok !!!! Got the full version up and running !!!

ICCSYS was fantastic doing the business with me. Send in the payment and got the tool very fast. I did get a very nice text file explaining how to activate the software and got it up and running very fast as well !!!

Now I have to explore the software but looks way more complex then all the other stuff that i've used so far, including PC3K ....


hi spildit,
can you tell me the payment system, there is no pay button on iccsys.net


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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
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Well ... another thing ...

When SeDiv is running then it will close down (kill the process) of WDMarvel and also will kill your browser (IE) if you attempt to visit WDMarvel website ...

While i do understand that SeDiv might want to close WDMarvel so that it will not take actions on the drive while SeDiv is working i don't see any "normal" reason for it to close down (kill) a browser just for checking the WDMarvel forum ....

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
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hi

(It can still be used if we don't re-set resolution but it will look like this :)
Just set the Resolution one time to high.

Sediv Hitachi module write is very easy, open write module window, choice path of FW, then it will show you all copies, select the module on a copy where you want to write.

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
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sediv hate wd marvell and wd marvel website.

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
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Hi Pikus

(sediv hate wd marvell and wd marvel website.) hehehe

This is not true, Sediv close all programs because of performance. and Sediv not hate any tool.

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 Post subject: Re: new offer from ICCSYS about SeDiv
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well another sites not automatic close internet browser, and you are right. Performance Yes.

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