WD SpyGlass - Head-map support

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WD SpyGlass - Head-map support

Postby avalanche » 16.04.18, 11:43

Hello AceLabs,

I have started to see more WD SpyGlass series in. Usually WD40NMZW-11GX6S1. Using the information provide on the AceLabs support blog I can usually get into the SA using donor firmware, and then turn off the SED function with 'Edit ID'. It is necessary to use the PebbleBeach tech mode as there is no SpyGlass option in Utility.

However, currently I cam unable to either create a Head-map in Data Extractor, or edit the Head-map in RAM. Please note that SED is turned off when I attempt this and there is complete access to the SA using a SATA PCB.

Can AceTS confirm whether it is currently possible to create a headmap for SpyGlass HDDs or edit head-map in RAM? I am using up to date software (6.4.16.6715 and DE 5.7.8(U)3374)

Thank you for your help.

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Create head map in DE Task:

Error execute=LBA->CHS conversion error (0) Device Error Detected: "VSC ERR UNSUP ACTION CODE"
start time 16/04/2018 10:35:24
finish time 16/04/2018 10:35:26


Edit Headmap in Utility:


Code type to check...................... : TypeN
Code map reading........................ : Ok
Code addr............................... : FFE5AE00
Code size............................... : 65536
Code reading............................ : Ok
Code pattern not found

Code type to check...................... : Type1
Code pattern not found

Code type to check...................... : Type2
Code pattern not found

Code type to check...................... : Type3
Code pattern not found

Code type to check...................... : Type4
Code pattern not found

Code type to check...................... : TypeEU
Code pattern not found

Code type to check...................... : Type5
Code pattern not found


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Re: WD SpyGlass - Head-map support

Postby dreu » 13.06.18, 13:11

I asked the same via support ticket; Ace does not support this family yet.


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