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 Post subject: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
PostPosted: January 8th, 2019, 12:43 
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Hi in this drive I want to write some LBAs to Glist for remaping bad sectors, but every time I try its failed,
I can directly write in Glist module , and there is no error on others modules. and use MRT ultra for this operation.
any way to solve problem?

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 Post subject: Re: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
PostPosted: January 8th, 2019, 15:44 
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Try to use other tool that is not junk like PC-3000 or SeDiv ?

Can't you edit G-List and the save to file and write that as module ? Maybe MRT can't handle G-List format of the drive. Why would you want to write to G-List anyway ? Do you need the data from the drive ?

If not just write the damaged PBAs to the P-List and get them excluded from use for good instead of re-direct those LBAs to spares. You should do a full format unit when you do add entries on P-List as there will be translator shifts ...

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 Post subject: Re: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
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Try to use other tool that is not junk like PC-3000 or SeDiv ?

Can't you edit G-List and the save to file and write that as module ? Maybe MRT can't handle G-List format of the drive. Why would you want to write to G-List anyway ? Do you need the data from the drive ?

If not just write the damaged PBAs to the P-List and get them excluded from use for good instead of re-direct those LBAs to spares. You should do a full format unit when you do add entries on P-List as there will be translator shifts ...

Good luck.

I have MRT and with respect its not just junk, it Almost do anything pc3000 do with lower prices, almost not all!
Look with logical scan I have a file with LBA extension that i can only import to glist, for directly import to plist i need CHS file, but MRT only give LBA file on resulte of bad sectors. I dont have problems with other drives but in this case I dont know what is problem.

Is there any free tool to import LBAs to glist? or PBAs to Plist?

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 Post subject: Re: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
PostPosted: January 8th, 2019, 18:39 
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Any "decent" FREE DEMO will be READ ONLY. There are "pirated" China HDD Union tools (that look like HRT Marvell utility) but i don't have a clue if it will work for what you want ...

Try to buy SeDiv and WDMarvel ! Honestly if you are working with Marvell based WD drives you MUST have WDMarvel ... This is a GREAT tool and very simple to use.

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 Post subject: Re: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
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If the goal is to hide bad blocks can't you just try to run Self-Scan or ARCO ? If not possible on your specific drive what about Format Unit VSCs ?

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Try to use other tool that is not junk like PC-3000 or SeDiv ?

Can't you edit G-List and the save to file and write that as module ? Maybe MRT can't handle G-List format of the drive. Why would you want to write to G-List anyway ? Do you need the data from the drive ?

If not just write the damaged PBAs to the P-List and get them excluded from use for good instead of re-direct those LBAs to spares. You should do a full format unit when you do add entries on P-List as there will be translator shifts ...

Good luck.


Sediv is Way Much inferior to PC3000, when dealing with data recovery case, sediv is never a really good choice. A comparison about data recovery between Sediv and PC3000 is a Giant Joke, even a public insult to the developers to ACE. We admire your efforts to spread the knowledge of hdd, but please do not put PC3000(excellent) and Sediv(junk) together in your next reply :(


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 Post subject: Re: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
PostPosted: January 9th, 2019, 5:08 
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Spildit wrote:
If the goal is to hide bad blocks can't you just try to run Self-Scan or ARCO ? If not possible on your specific drive what about Format Unit VSCs ?


Honestly I have no experience on running SS ,although MRT has SS option I only once used it on a drive and not usefull so i should learn some basic about that on MRT, and what is "unit VSC " ?

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 Post subject: Re: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
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VSC = Vendor Specific Command.

"Format Unit" is a vendor specific command of several brands (WD do have it) that allow to format all sectors moving defects directly to P-List.

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 Post subject: Re: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
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Spildit wrote:
VSC = Vendor Specific Command.

"Format Unit" is a vendor specific command of several brands (WD do have it) that allow to format all sectors moving defects directly to P-List.


Okay, so what is Format Unit VSCs for this drive and how execute that?

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Sediv is Way Much inferior to PC3000, when dealing with data recovery case, sediv is never a really good choice. A comparison about data recovery between Sediv and PC3000 is a Giant Joke, even a public insult to the developers to ACE. We admire your efforts to spread the knowledge of hdd, but please do not put PC3000(excellent) and Sediv(junk) together in your next reply :(


Are you from ACE ? :mrgreen:

SeDiv is for drive refurb/repair and doesn't have data extractor neither hardware support.

Re-read my post. What i did say was that SeDiv would work better than MRT.

PC-3000 is not perfect either. Don't think that SeDiv is junk. You pay $350 for SeDiv and it's cheap. Have a good quality/price relation. It's not that you pay $6000 - $8000 + $2000 anual fee and expect to have inferior software/hardware than $350 tool ....

For the price you pay for SeDiv you have what you pay for. You can do many cases with SeDiv.

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 Post subject: Re: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
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Spildit wrote:
VSC = Vendor Specific Command.

"Format Unit" is a vendor specific command of several brands (WD do have it) that allow to format all sectors moving defects directly to P-List.


Okay, so what is Format Unit VSCs for this drive and how execute that?


Search on your MRT if you have any option to do factory format, etc .... ALL FW tools that i do know of do have some sort of option to do a full format with P-List, etc ...

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 Post subject: Re: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
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Spildit wrote:
siamak5561 wrote:
Spildit wrote:
VSC = Vendor Specific Command.

"Format Unit" is a vendor specific command of several brands (WD do have it) that allow to format all sectors moving defects directly to P-List.


Okay, so what is Format Unit VSCs for this drive and how execute that?


Search on your MRT if you have any option to do factory format, etc .... ALL FW tools that i do know of do have some sort of option to do a full format with P-List, etc ...


oh you mean format with p-list, I already do that, but not solve my bad LBAs.

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 Post subject: Re: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
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Ok .... Guess that you will have to use other methods then ...

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 Post subject: Re: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
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Sediv is Way Much inferior to PC3000, when dealing with data recovery case, sediv is never a really good choice. A comparison about data recovery between Sediv and PC3000 is a Giant Joke, even a public insult to the developers to ACE. We admire your efforts to spread the knowledge of hdd, but please do not put PC3000(excellent) and Sediv(junk) together in your next reply :(


Are you from ACE ? :mrgreen:

SeDiv is for drive refurb/repair and doesn't have data extractor neither hardware support.

Re-read my post. What i did say was that SeDiv would work better than MRT.

PC-3000 is not perfect either. Don't think that SeDiv is junk. You pay $350 for SeDiv and it's cheap. Have a good quality/price relation. It's not that you pay $6000 - $8000 + $2000 anual fee and expect to have inferior software/hardware than $350 tool ....

For the price you pay for SeDiv you have what you pay for. You can do many cases with SeDiv.


So Sediv is a JUNK, if you judge PC3000 is not perfect.

That is the value and service for what you pay for. You always mention a $350 tool together with a $8000 one, it is A BIG JOKE itself.

I know you have the intention to promote your software obviously, but using such demagogic way I personally do not accept. This will mislead greenhand I have to make it clear.


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PostPosted: January 14th, 2019, 14:54 
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AlexanderXXXVI wrote:

(...)I know you have the intention to promote your software obviously(...)


I don't sell software and i didn't write SeDiv. I use it because it have a good relation quality / price. That's it. It's not hardware based and it will not help if you plug a damaged drive to a system with SeDiv that crashes because of bad drive and have lots of limitations but for what you pay it's worth. It's better than nothing.

Not all of us are runnning a full job at data recovery and SeDiv is more aimed to drive refurb.

You can still fix many drives with SeDiv...

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 Post subject: Re: WD10TMVW write in Glist Problem
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So Sediv is a JUNK, if you judge PC3000 is not perfect.

That is the value and service for what you pay for. You always mention a $350 tool together with a $8000 one, it is A BIG JOKE itself.

I know you have the intention to promote your software obviously, but using such demagogic way I personally do not accept. This will mislead greenhand I have to make it clear.


Cool down. Does the godlike PC3K tool can perform ARCO sequences on WD drives? A 100$ tool called WDMarvel does. This very topic is about refurbishing, not data recovery. U compare apples and oranges. You're trying to look smarter than Spildit... it definitely is A BIG JOKE itself.


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Just try to unlock or read FW of for example HUS726040ALE614 model with your PC-3000. This is IBM-ARM. PC-3000 will tell you to wait for the next update ! Cool for a $8000 tool .... Now get a free HRT_Demo and grab the "Super On" from the HUS726040ALE614 model that you read with your $5 USD external programmer. Send that Super on with HRT ATA terminal, use the same commands you use on ARM to read/write SA modules by terminal and you are done ....

PC-3000 is not allmighty as well .... Not to mention He filled drives, newer firmware signed WD drives with PCB MCU locking you access to SA ... etc etc .... :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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So Sediv is a JUNK, if you judge PC3000 is not perfect.

That is the value and service for what you pay for. You always mention a $350 tool together with a $8000 one, it is A BIG JOKE itself.

I know you have the intention to promote your software obviously, but using such demagogic way I personally do not accept. This will mislead greenhand I have to make it clear.


Cool down. Does the godlike PC3K tool can perform ARCO sequences on WD drives? A 100$ tool called WDMarvel does. This very topic is about refurbishing, not data recovery. U compare apples and oranges. You're trying to look smarter than Spildit... it definitely is A BIG JOKE itself.

This very topic is about refurbishing, not data recovery?then why did Great Spildit mention PC3000 together with Sediv in his first reply? it is him who compare apples and oranges in order to confuse the others with a false impression that PC3000 and Sediv are on the same level. :D


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Just try to unlock or read FW of for example HUS726040ALE614 model with your PC-3000. This is IBM-ARM. PC-3000 will tell you to wait for the next update ! Cool for a $8000 tool .... Now get a free HRT_Demo and grab the "Super On" from the HUS726040ALE614 model that you read with your $5 USD external programmer. Send that Super on with HRT ATA terminal, use the same commands you use on ARM to read/write SA modules by terminal and you are done ....

PC-3000 is not allmighty as well .... Not to mention He filled drives, newer firmware signed WD drives with PCB MCU locking you access to SA ... etc etc .... :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Good luck !

Just this one thing that makes you unsatisfied with the tool? You sound like quarreling in a childish manner. Does repairing this specific model HUS726040ALE614 make you a billionaire? Your behavior revealed what you want , and whom you work for, no matter how hard you disguise yourself with the cover of being an expert in this field.It is not against you personally but your intention to promote Sediv by deliberately placing Sediv and PC3000 together


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Just this one thing that makes you unsatisfied with the tool? You sound like quarreling in a childish manner. Does repairing this specific model HUS726040ALE614 make you a billionaire? Your behavior revealed what you want , and whom you work for, no matter how hard you disguise yourself with the cover of being an expert in this field.It is not against you personally but your intention to promote Sediv by deliberately placing Sediv and PC3000 together


No comment.

I'm here at the forum (HDD Guru) way before SeDiv was ever made/produced and if i were to "promote" anything would be HRT from BVG that ALL people say it's JUNK, it's no longer under production adn wasn't updated since 2011.

Go check my forum - http://www.hddoracle.com/ - go check my research work - http://www.hddoracle.com/viewtopic.php?f=56&t=176 - I've done all of that mainly with HRT that all agree to be Junk. So what ?

Promote SeDiv ? Yeah, right .... Not to mention that i was the first to tell allot about SeDiv problems myself - http://www.hddoracle.com/viewtopic.php?f=84&t=2284 - And even last year i got some issues/problem with Mr. Div as well ..... Do i need to promote SeDiv, SHTR, MRT, PC-3000 ? .....

Is PC-3000 perfect ? Check this - http://www.hddoracle.com/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=1721 ...

Yes i do use HRT + SeDiv + WDMarvel + SHTR + some other "chinese" stuff and Vendor Specific stuff like this - http://www.hddoracle.com/viewforum.php?f=120

I'm not a data recovery "professional" and i'm doing this for fun and learning and because i don't have anything better to do and have some free time that i can use to play with drives.

Yes i do have a "small" eBay business to get some $$$ from parts that i don't need like PCBs and refurb drives to buy more drives that i do need for testing and pay for tools. - https://www.ebay.com/sch/mera_2001/m.ht ... 2861542747

I do sell the drives that i do fix for a very cheap price only because i can't keep collecting drives and fixing them for fun. I have a limited space to store stuff. I do buy lots of drives for repair and my friends and local computer repair shops give me drives that they are going to send to the junk so yes, i do fix many and sell them very cheap or use the PCBs. Also i run a firmware repair service for a very low price. It's just to pay for tools licenses and hosting of site and believe me most of the time i end up loosing money in particular with drives that i get localy for repair/data recovery and that people end up deciding they no longer want the data/want to pay and i end up providing the drives fixed anyway so people do know me for many years now and yes if i talk about SeDiv is because i do use it and it can do lots of stuff and again it's good by quality/price relation.


Sure if you were to say that SeDiv were to cost $5000 and PC-3000 $6000 by all means buy PC-3000 instead !!! Even with MRT at $3000 and PC-3000 UDMA (not the express) at something like 5270 € (with DE) i would say buy PC-3000.

But SeDiv is only $350 (ok this year version for new users is $500 but when i got mine it was only $350). With $350 you can't even buy the first 30 days of MRT (with hardware included on the first payment) so what ? If you do need to fix something like a FIPS section on a Samsung ROM, a "slow issue" on a WD or even just unlock some drives you might pay for SeDiv and live on. If you want to learn and have a feeling of what is like to work with SA you can buy SeDiv and drives that it support and you can just have some fun and you don't have to pocket out $6000 ....

Ok PC-3000 UDMA without DE is at 3350€ and SeDiv doesn't have DE as well so .... Ok .. PC-3000 have hardware card....

At the end of the day i'm very glat to have my SeDiv, my HRT, my SHTR, my WDMarvel, etc as i can do what i need with them and i didn't had to pocket out $6000 !

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