MQ01ABD050 very slow read

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MQ01ABD050 very slow read

Postby ictsec.areait » 18.10.16, 10:00

Hi,
I've a Toshiba MQ01ABD050 that is recognized from PC3000 but copy with data extractor is very slow (100 KB/s).

In the log window I've this error:
Error - Set UDMA = UDMA66

I've reduced time for "Waiting for readiness in PIO mode" and "Waiting for readiness in UDMA mode" to 50 ms, but I've few improvement.

Any idea to speed up reading?

Thanks in advance :)

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Re: MQ01ABD050 very slow read

Postby Amarbir[CDR-Labs] » 18.10.16, 17:15

ictsec.areait wrote:Source of the post Hi,
I've a Toshiba MQ01ABD050 that is recognized from PC3000 but copy with data extractor is very slow (100 KB/s).

In the log window I've this error:
Error - Set UDMA = UDMA66

I've reduced time for "Waiting for readiness in PIO mode" and "Waiting for readiness in UDMA mode" to 50 ms, but I've few improvement.

Any idea to speed up reading?

Thanks in advance :)


Hello,
Can you try cloning on different heads and then chk and revert back by using selective head mapping and then cloning
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Re: MQ01ABD050 very slow read

Postby DataMedics » 18.10.16, 17:19

Have you tried reading via utility? Also, have you tried initializing the translator in RAM though the utility?

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Re: MQ01ABD050 very slow read

Postby Amarbir[CDR-Labs] » 18.10.16, 17:34

DataMedics wrote:Source of the post Have you tried reading via utility? Also, have you tried initializing the translator in RAM though the utility?


Well,
I think this might or might not solve this issue .Cos Toshiba if is not letting user read any sector could be a translator not created in ram issue .But sometimes sectors are do read and still this can be tried
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