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PostPosted: June 22nd, 2018, 3:39 
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How to ReMap or sheilding bad sectors in MRT Ultra for WD hard drives?


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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
PostPosted: June 22nd, 2018, 3:56 
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may help this pdf


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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
PostPosted: June 22nd, 2018, 3:59 
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Make sure before start 9 *All Data Will Erase *
Code:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KpAPOamgig

Watch Video for WD Drives provided By MRT


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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
PostPosted: June 22nd, 2018, 4:22 
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applpp22 wrote:
may help this pdf


Thanks but I looking for WD drives, It seem this method is only for SeaGate and not works with WD drives.


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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
PostPosted: June 22nd, 2018, 4:30 
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Hi, you can find the tutorials in below two links:

http://en.mrtlab.com/category/tutorial
http://us.mrtlab.com/tech/


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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
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Hi, you can find the tutorials in below two links:

http://en.mrtlab.com/category/tutorial
http://us.mrtlab.com/tech/


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Just give me the link for tutorial , not link of the mrt website! i know mrt website! Or maybe MRT Utra can NOT remap bad sector for WD devices?


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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
PostPosted: June 22nd, 2018, 16:30 
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So no one has any real solution for remaping bad sector in WD drives


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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
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siamak5561 wrote:
So no one has any real solution for remaping bad sector in WD drives


What drive model ? How many bad sectors ?

If just a few move G-List to P-List and re-format.

If you have considerable amount of bad sectors run Self-Scan.

You might need to disable heads if one surface (or more) have a huge amount of bad blocks that can't fit the P-List.

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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
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Spildit wrote:
siamak5561 wrote:
So no one has any real solution for remaping bad sector in WD drives


What drive model ? How many bad sectors ?

If just a few move G-List to P-List and re-format.

If you have considerable amount of bad sectors run Self-Scan.

You might need to disable heads if one surface (or more) have a huge amount of bad blocks that can't fit the P-List.


thanks for your answer

My question is for all WD Drives.

how big is P-list? and how many bad sector it can contain?


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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
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siamak5561 wrote:
thanks for your answer

My question is for all WD Drives.

how big is P-list? and how many bad sector it can contain?


Depends from model to model !!!

Just plug a WD drive to your MRT and open the P-List to check it out ?

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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
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Hi, please refer to http://us.mrtlab.com/tech/wdc/198.html


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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
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Self-Scan might be a little bit overkill ...

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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
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Spildit wrote:
Self-Scan might be a little bit overkill ...


:roll: yeah, you have to if you want ReMap or sheilding bad sector.
The so-called "All-in-one button " is not rigorous, different HDD has different faults, different cases has different situations.
To experienced and skillful technicans, they always need to make judgement when facing different cases, no matter how powerful tools they use.

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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
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Spildit wrote:
siamak5561 wrote:
So no one has any real solution for remaping bad sector in WD drives


You might need to disable heads if one surface (or more) have a huge amount of bad blocks that can't fit the P-List.


Or you can disable entire zones if bad blocks are concentrated in a particular area, but this will reduce hdd capacity.
If you have a lot of bad blocks distributed a little bit here and a little bit there on hdd surface, then you might reallocate all those in p-list (it might be necessary to increase p-list size).
Sediv is able to increase p-list size, if is needed it's possible to increase its size by reducing user area space in passport section (example you can choose to reduce 1% of entire hdd capacity).
Waqas Ali made a video tutorial on how to do that, i followed it and worked very good.


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 Post subject: Re: ReMap or sheilding bad sector in MRT Ultra for WD hard d
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michael chiklis wrote:
(...)Sediv is able to increase p-list size, if is needed it's possible to increase its size by reducing user area space in passport section (example you can choose to reduce 1% of entire hdd capacity).
Waqas Ali made a video tutorial on how to do that, i followed it and worked very good.



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