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PostPosted: November 4th, 2018, 11:58 
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I did just "upgrade" to the latest version of SeDiv MAIN utility and FINALY SeDiv do work properly with 1024 X 768 screen resolution !!!

Very happy !!!

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Now all options are visible and the menus are re-arranged and visible as well even on lower resollution settings !

Nice work !

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Hi Spildit,

I hope all good to you. So, could you help me with link to download the SeDiv 5.3.0.59 or any another free version. I really need them.

Thanks Bro.

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Thorix wrote:
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I hope all good to you. So, could you help me with link to download the SeDiv 5.3.0.59 or any another free version. I really need them.

Thanks Bro.

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This is NOT a free tool. It's a $350 USD firmware tool that you can buy from any legal re-seller :

http://www.hddoracle.com/viewtopic.php?f=84&t=2104

(I do recommend ICCSYS)

Free DEMO (to see the menus and what the tool can do) :

http://www.hddoracle.com/viewtopic.php?f=84&t=2264

You won't be able to WRITE or do anything of use with the demo except read firmware on some models/brands.

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 Post subject: Re: SeDiv 5.3.0.59 :
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Hi Spildit,

Sorry for this request. It was a bad behavior from my part. I´m new for data recovery.
Thank so much for attention and advice !!! I´m looking for solve a issues with a Seagate ST500DM002(Barracuda) that now can´t read sector "0". Then. I imagine that it can be fixed with command (m0,2,2,,,,22) over HD Doctor for seagate, but unfortunately I don´t have this tool. You know someone that can send it for my email? There is any other procedure that I can to do to fix it? Can you help me with that? I really need my data back. I'm very worry about that, so my monograph (final course project) is inside this drive.

Sorry about this inconvenient circumstance.

Thank you so much !
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HD Doctor from salvation data is a hardware box + software. Software will not work without the box.

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m0,2,2,,,,22 is for 7200.11 drives only (known 0 LBA problem) you should NEVER use that command on other drives or you risk partial access + traslator damage.

DM series is known to have several issues from bad heads and media damage to media cache issues and sometimes some sysfile patching is required to clone7image the drive.

Only thing that you can do by yourself is to attempt to clone the bad drive with hddsuperclone or ddrescue.

If it doesn't work you need to patch the firmware assuming heads and media are ok.

If the data on the drive is important as you say do consider the use of a professional data recovery firm !

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 Post subject: Re: SeDiv 5.3.0.59 :
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Spildit wrote:
m0,2,2,,,,22 is for 7200.11 drives only (known 0 LBA problem) you should NEVER use that command on other drives or you risk partial access + traslator damage.

DM series is known to have several issues from bad heads and media damage to media cache issues and sometimes some sysfile patching is required to clone7image the drive.

Only thing that you can do by yourself is to attempt to clone the bad drive with hddsuperclone or ddrescue.

If it doesn't work you need to patch the firmware assuming heads and media are ok.

If the data on the drive is important as you say do consider the use of a professional data recovery firm !

Regards.


Wow....HD Doctor for seagate is NOT a option at moment. How much cost it?

So, there is some freeware tools or command that I can use for my seagate drive?

How I can update firmware for this drive If there isn't firmware available on seagate website? There is another place where I can find it? Assuming that I find the firmware, how can I update the hd, such as it can not be read?

Assuming that I got a clone drive with hddsuperclone or ddrescue, what's the next step to the clone drive?

Thinking more about this issue, you have been a gentleman with many advice. Please, could you send for my email a list of mandatory tools that I need consider to make a professional Kit for data recovery/forensic. I will consider to help people on my region with that. If there is any documentation can you be share with me. It is welcome my friend !

Send my HDD for a professional data recovery firm is NOT a option. Therefore, I'm a difficult region where post office service is very bad.

Then, before you reply m last message I open a new topic with my HDD issues where there are full information. The title is " Seagate ST500DM002 Barracuda "Failed to read sector "0" "

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Check functions friend Spildit

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Thorix wrote:
Spildit wrote:
m0,2,2,,,,22 is for 7200.11 drives only (known 0 LBA problem) you should NEVER use that command on other drives or you risk partial access + traslator damage.

DM series is known to have several issues from bad heads and media damage to media cache issues and sometimes some sysfile patching is required to clone7image the drive.

Only thing that you can do by yourself is to attempt to clone the bad drive with hddsuperclone or ddrescue.

If it doesn't work you need to patch the firmware assuming heads and media are ok.

If the data on the drive is important as you say do consider the use of a professional data recovery firm !

Regards.


Wow....HD Doctor for seagate is NOT a option at moment. How much cost it?

So, there is some freeware tools or command that I can use for my seagate drive?

How I can update firmware for this drive If there isn't firmware available on seagate website? There is another place where I can find it? Assuming that I find the firmware, how can I update the hd, such as it can not be read?

Assuming that I got a clone drive with hddsuperclone or ddrescue, what's the next step to the clone drive?

Thinking more about this issue, you have been a gentleman with many advice. Please, could you send for my email a list of mandatory tools that I need consider to make a professional Kit for data recovery/forensic. I will consider to help people on my region with that. If there is any documentation can you be share with me. It is welcome my friend !

Send my HDD for a professional data recovery firm is NOT a option. Therefore, I'm a difficult region where post office service is very bad.

Then, before you reply m last message I open a new topic with my HDD issues where there are full information. The title is " Seagate ST500DM002 Barracuda "Failed to read sector "0" "

Regards,


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

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 Post subject: Re: SeDiv 5.3.0.59 :
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pikus_09 wrote:
Check functions friend Spildit


I will.

Did you check them already ?

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No, because at this moment not use Sediv(Not have virtual loader) and not need load victoria log defect for seagate)

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What are you using then ? MRT ?

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NO, nothing. Currently i helping improve sediv.

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How can you help improve SeDiv if you do not use SeDiv ?

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Practice.

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Is SeDiv made by Salvation Data? Or is it a 3rd party software provider competing for software to run SDs product?

I wonder if someone will do this for PC3K ? lol.


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Is SeDiv made by Salvation Data? Or is it a 3rd party software provider competing for software to run SDs product?

I wonder if someone will do this for PC3K ? lol.


Do what?

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trumanhw wrote:
Is SeDiv made by Salvation Data? Or is it a 3rd party software provider competing for software to run SDs product?

I wonder if someone will do this for PC3K ? lol.


SeDiv doesn't have anything to do with Salvation Data.

Salvation data is a very old player on the data recovery field. Many years ago when HDD Guru was starting i only knew about Ace with PC-3000, SD with HD DOctors and BVG with HRT.

Many years later Mr. Div. from RUSSIA did publish a tool that would work only on Seagate ST-10 drives .... SeDiv. Only later SeDiv was updated first to work with WD drives and progressively Mr. Div released Hitachi tool and later provided Seagae F3 Arch support and Toshiba, etc .... SeDiv is Ruissian and you can search HDD Guru for the first time it started to be mentioned ... I think it was at the start of 2009....

Salvation Data is Chinese and do exist way prior to that. Also SD and HRT did had tools for all brands while SeDiv was ST-10 only for years.

About the .... "clones" or tools based on ... PC-3000 .... ? There are Chinese MRT ....

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SeDiv is a $350 SOFTWARE ONLY tool and it doesn't have data extractor.

All the others are Hardware based with power relay and do have data extractor (imaging tool).

Salvation data have Data Compass, PC-3000 have "DE" or Data Extractor. HRT have "DRE" or Data Recovery Edition and MRT have Data Explorer.

SeDiv is firmware tool only aimed more to drive repair and refurb. The others with exception of HRT are more inclined for data recovery and not drive repair/refurb.

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