ST2000LM007-FW:SBK2 - Rd Sys File 28 Err

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ST2000LM007-FW:SBK2 - Rd Sys File 28 Err

Postby jojo2012 » 09.07.18, 16:41

Hi there,
I have this drive, spin up fine, DRD e DSC ok without any clicks, full ID, but with the capacity 0.

I handled to read and save 1B, 35, 93 Sys files, but unfortunately with the 28 I get reading errors even with option "read by one sector".

Now I will try again with the module 2B but if I'm not mistaken gave me the same error reading.

NRG-list have 25 entries.

If we can’t read the translator and save it, it's a big problem :(

Any hint, ideas, trick or trips on how overcome this problem?

Thanks so much


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Re: ST2000LM007-FW:SBK2 - Rd Sys File 28 Err

Postby AJ2008 » 09.07.18, 17:47

Try to send "F,,22" at terminal, refresh ID and check - sometimes this may help, but if 028 is damaged then you must find other way to preserve translator entries.

Can you read over ATA, Terminal, sys file and module table at alternate copies - compare in winhex or other hex editor and try to make one good copy of it.

Also, can you see start of 028 file? Maybe there are no entries you need to worry about. You can post here what you can read and maybe we can advise whether translator regen will cause issues or not.

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Re: ST2000LM007-FW:SBK2 - Rd Sys File 28 Err

Postby Amarbir[CDR-Labs] » 09.07.18, 18:29

AJ2008 wrote:Source of the post Try to send "F,,22" at terminal, refresh ID and check - sometimes this may help, but if 028 is damaged then you must find other way to preserve translator entries.

Can you read over ATA, Terminal, sys file and module table at alternate copies - compare in winhex or other hex editor and try to make one good copy of it.

Also, can you see start of 028 file? Maybe there are no entries you need to worry about. You can post here what you can read and maybe we can advise whether translator regen will cause issues or not.


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Re: ST2000LM007-FW:SBK2 - Rd Sys File 28 Err

Postby jojo2012 » 10.07.18, 09:33

Ok, thanks AJ2008 and Amarbir.
I'll try and let you know.

Although I seem to have already tried to read via terminal and ATA from both the heads.


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Re: ST2000LM007-FW:SBK2 - Rd Sys File 28 Err

Postby jojo2012 » 11.07.18, 09:50

Hi,
I was able to read the translator piece by piece. The initial part is damaged.

I can not attach the files. It tells me that the extension (bin) is not valid.

AJ2008- The command F,,22 worked, meaning that after refreshing ID I got the right capacity. The translator unfortunately I can not read it.
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Re: ST2000LM007-FW:SBK2 - Rd Sys File 28 Err

Postby jojo2012 » 13.07.18, 09:21

Some update, also 348 SYS file is unreadable.
In one way or another I'll let you know if I could solve it.

I do not know if I have no reply because there is no solution or because I have not explained well, or because my English is bad.


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