BUG: Read using "Utility" reverts to normal read when using multiple passes...

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BUG: Read using "Utility" reverts to normal read when using multiple passes...

Postby 300ddr » 07.02.18, 03:40

This applies to Toshiba drives with glist corruption when you can only read using utility.

Read using "Utility" with glist fix works when checking LBA in Toshiba utility. It also works in DE when setup in a single Configuration (and works for something like scanning MFT using current read settings).

But, if you use multiple passes in DE (like I do), then the "Utility" read option doesn't stick. It reverts to "use hardware retries" and sectors are "green" instead of "orange" (and... corrupt).


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Re: BUG: Read using "Utility" reverts to normal read when using multiple passes...

Postby gord » 07.02.18, 23:04

Hello
I have just finished a Toshiba same problem, please looking in to this bug. lots of time wasted.


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Re: BUG: Read using "Utility" reverts to normal read when using multiple passes...

Postby gord » 07.02.18, 23:11

Hello,

Not sure maybe me but newest update bugs/and glitches even when going back to tasked setting not same ( it happened scanned MFT and partition closed task to use next day. Reopen sand scans gone. strange..... anyone else...

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Re: BUG: Read using "Utility" reverts to normal read when using multiple passes...

Postby 300ddr » 07.02.18, 23:27

Haven't experienced that.

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Re: BUG: Read using "Utility" reverts to normal read when using multiple passes...

Postby Filipp_TS » Yesterday, 16:01

Hi all,

"multiple passes" option doesn't support Active utility reading mode.
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