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 Post subject: hdt721010sla360 clicking
PostPosted: October 12th, 2018, 15:33 
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hello guys, I have an old Hdd, it seems that haunt me :-) a hitachi 1tb 2008 october hdt721010sla360 that after the spin makes a click. Connected to MRT is not detected under any circumstances. According to you are the heads?
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Startup Mode...................................... : Diagnosis Mode


WARNING! Failed to obtain the hard disk ID information. It may caused by the following reasons:
1. Incorrect compiler module.
2. NV-RAM configuration is incorrect.

Selected family:HDx7210SL

Model:

Loading TeachKey.................................. : Error

WARNING! Failed to read Flash ROM. It may caused by the following reasons:
1. PCB board failure.
2. Flash ROM chip damage.


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 Post subject: Re: hdt721010sla360 clicking
PostPosted: October 12th, 2018, 19:41 
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I would get a working drive of the same model and try ! Does MRT read modules/nvram from a drive of the exact same model ? If so the problem is indeed with the drive and not with MRT,

Now plug the PCB only to the MRT. Does it reach drdy and dsc after a while ? Can you read nvram with PCB only ?

Loading TeachKey.................................. : Error

Should be Tech and not Teach .... spelling error .... At any rate if you are having an error when MRT does send the "Super On" i would say that either MRT is buggy and doesn't have the correct Super On for your drive or the PCB is broken and not accepting the Super On. This might be as well related to damage on the ROM content, etc ...

I would say try with a known good drive and if you confirm that the good drive does work with MRT you can exclude MRT bug (incorrect tech key) and you can start looking for possible problems with the drive.

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 Post subject: Re: hdt721010sla360 clicking
PostPosted: October 13th, 2018, 4:50 
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Spildit wrote:
I would get a working drive of the same model and try ! Does MRT read modules/nvram from a drive of the exact same model ? If so the problem is indeed with the drive and not with MRT

+1

I think that it is a good working method to assume that the tools can give errors for certain HDD models.

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 Post subject: Re: hdt721010sla360 clicking
PostPosted: October 13th, 2018, 8:46 
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Yes it's a great idea.


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 Post subject: Re: hdt721010sla360 clicking
PostPosted: October 13th, 2018, 14:43 
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MRT does have WRONG TECH KEY (Super ON) for some models of HGST, etc ...

SeDiv have this problem as well ....

There are many models that SeDiv/MRT will not handle just because they don't have the correct super on to access the FW modules ....

Very easy to access those with HRT if you do have a list of HGST/IBM super on commands or in case of ARM if you know how to "figure out" the correct super on from the ROM...

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