WDC Question.

Moderators: Roman_TS, Maxim_TS, Filipp_TS


MasterT
Newbie
Posts: 42
Joined: 28.12.16
Reputation: 0 / (3)

WDC Question.

Postby MasterT » 17.04.18, 13:28

I have a WDC WD10PURX-64E5EY0 drive.

It starts in kernel mode and i have the folowing question.

What's the meaning of this line?

SA regions address...................... : spared

Is it normal for kernel mode start or it's something else ?

Thanks.


northwind
New user
Posts: 69
Joined: 14.06.11
Reputation: 3 / (25)

Re: WDC Question.

Postby northwind » 18.04.18, 11:03

No.
It means that the SA regions have been changed to look at one head.
Sandforce SSD Recovery
WD Preferred Lab


Trouse
Newbie
Posts: 4
Joined: 06.02.18
Reputation: 0 / (0)

Re: WDC Question.

Postby Trouse » 27.04.18, 04:24

This might seem like an easy question, but never have done it before: I have a drive showing only one region address (Head 1 @ 351,232 Region address and 169,164 for region size). Is there any way to know what the other region addresses should be? This is a recovery that went to another location before us, so were having to work with what theyve done. Thanks!


AJ2008
Posts: 1332
Joined: 25.11.08
Reputation: 10 / (104)

Re: WDC Question.

Postby AJ2008 » 27.04.18, 10:38

Head0 is usually 0 in ROM Regions. Check module 2b or 20b on donor of same model and fw version to know for sure

User avatar
Amarbir[CDR-Labs]
Advanced user
Posts: 706
Joined: 03.08.09
Reputation: 7 / (73)

Re: WDC Question.

Postby Amarbir[CDR-Labs] » 07.05.18, 07:09

MasterT wrote:Source of the post I have a WDC WD10PURX-64E5EY0 drive.

It starts in kernel mode and i have the folowing question.

What's the meaning of this line?

SA regions address...................... : spared

Is it normal for kernel mode start or it's something else ?

Thanks.


Well,
if one of the head sa area is not very good we can use this trick ,Tool is saying that this trick is currently applied to this drive
Regards
Amarbir S Dhillon ,CDR Labs [ Chandigarh ,India ]
DataRecovery - The Affordable Way In India
Visit - > http://www.chandigarhdatarecovery.com My Facebook - > https://www.facebook.com/chandigarhdatarecovery


Return to “PC-3000 Express, UDMA-E, Portable”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests