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 Post subject: Re: WD10JMVW 2.5 usb - connect sata adapter
PostPosted: November 23rd, 2018, 18:08 
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U12 chip swap from 2060-771961 USB pcb to 2060-771960 Sata Pcb



If you do this and if you then plug the SATA PCB to MRT port and run it can you access the modules on the drive by MRT Utility ?


I cannot see. I don't know why. I afraid to make wrong thing and lost data. And again swap to original PCB. There are 700 Gb data in hdd. I am recovering in slow motion )). 120 gb 1 week. Customer need especially 150 gb important data. I will try again when I get 150 gb important part.

My guess I could make better I read some more articles about this kind HDD. I hope I would


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 Post subject: Re: WD10JMVW 2.5 usb - connect sata adapter
PostPosted: November 23rd, 2018, 18:10 
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HddDonorMarket wrote:
(...) I am recovering in slow motion )). 120 gb 1 week. Customer need especially 150 gb important data. I will try again when I get 150 gb important part.


Better send drive to someone who knows what he/she is doing ...

You might end up killing head(s) this way ... Or get damaged data ... Or .... Kill the drive for good ...

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 Post subject: Re: WD10JMVW 2.5 usb - connect sata adapter
PostPosted: November 26th, 2018, 16:21 
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Spildit wrote:
HddDonorMarket wrote:
(...) I am recovering in slow motion )). 120 gb 1 week. Customer need especially 150 gb important data. I will try again when I get 150 gb important part.


Better send drive to someone who knows what he/she is doing ...

You might end up killing head(s) this way ... Or get damaged data ... Or .... Kill the drive for good ...


I got 240 gb recover in slow mode. Will end tomorrow. And I am free to try some experience with this drive. ))


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 Post subject: Re: WD10JMVW 2.5 usb - connect sata adapter
PostPosted: November 26th, 2018, 16:35 
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Ok !!! Cool !!! Let us know when you do get your data recovered !

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 Post subject: Re: WD10JMVW 2.5 usb - connect sata adapter
PostPosted: November 27th, 2018, 17:07 
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% 100 recovery fast speed.


I finished important data recovery . 250 gb in 15 days.

And customer allow to get risk .

Then
In 15 min I solved this case. Lol. my 1st professional case with MRT .

Hot bios swap to
1 TB usb 3 2060 771961 001 RevA WD10JMVW 11AJGS1
1 TB Sata 2060 771960 000 RevA WD10JPVX 22JC3T0
Isolate PCB preamp pins
Power on
Disable 411
power of
Remove isolate and screw PCB
power on
Solve slow responding
Power of power on
Enable 411
Power of on
And DE .

Perfect transfer rate .
)


**I do not remember exactly whenj I did screw again PCB . I write as I remember.
I don't use LDR as someone said before

And there is no 5C in module list. I checked module list in hdd after repair.
I San see all of SA modules fine. HDD some bad sectors. But allow to recover 140 mbs


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 Post subject: Re: WD10JMVW 2.5 usb - connect sata adapter
PostPosted: November 27th, 2018, 17:41 
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Cool !!!!

You would had saved a huge amount of time if you had done that to start with ...

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 Post subject: Re: WD10JMVW 2.5 usb - connect sata adapter
PostPosted: November 28th, 2018, 5:20 
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Spildit wrote:
HddDonorMarket wrote:

U12 chip swap from 2060-771961 USB pcb to 2060-771960 Sata Pcb



If you do this and if you then plug the SATA PCB to MRT port and run it can you access the modules on the drive by MRT Utility ?



True.
And with ATA . Not used com connection
I but not directly. I saw modules after some steps. I don't remember when I see after which step. (Guess after blocking 411 )

I have 2 hdd has same PCB number. I tried another one before I guess. So it wasn't work before as last one


I will try to demonstrate again after recover all data. I will record steps to help me future .
Last trying


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 Post subject: Re: WD10JMVW 2.5 usb - connect sata adapter
PostPosted: November 28th, 2018, 8:55 
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Ok ! Have fun !

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