ST1000lm035-long message in terminal

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ST1000lm035-long message in terminal

Postby jojo2012 » 29.01.19, 12:56

Hi guys,
I'm handling this Rosewood and after power up it calibrates fine, no mechanical noise, get RDY DSC in status register.

In terminal I get the long message in attached. So far I had not seen a similar message.

Do you have any idea what it could be?

Thanks so much

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Re: ST1000lm035-long message in terminal

Postby pclab » 29.01.19, 13:02

Can you read modules and Sys files?


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Re: ST1000lm035-long message in terminal

Postby jojo2012 » 30.01.19, 18:55

No I have not yet started to read the modules and Sys files.

I wanted to send a preliminary quotation based on the output of the terminal. Tomorrow I will start testing.

Thanks for the reply Pclab...I'll let you know.

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Re: ST1000lm035-long message in terminal

Postby pclab » 31.01.19, 15:58

Maybe It's something I do wrong, but I usually "almost" or even repair the drive before making a quote (or if it's something a little harder to do, like a headswap).
Only then I know what's wrong and give the proper quote.
Like this I know the problem is solvable and if it will take 1 day or 2 days or 2 weeks.


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Re: ST1000lm035-long message in terminal

Postby Maxim_TS » 07.02.19, 16:10

Are 348 and 28 system files readable using COM-port?
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Re: ST1000lm035-long message in terminal

Postby jojo2012 » 20.02.19, 12:50

Sorry Guys for the delay of the reply but I wanted to do some tests and I got 99.20% of the data.

Yes I was able to read the most important Sys files and modules. Then after translator regeneration and edit 93 Sys file I managed to get the complete ID.
Only I did not have full access to the sectors.

So I loaded the Sys file 35 (previously saved) written to the drive and run translator regeneration. I managed to read 1856515558 sectors.

Unfortunately, the drive had reading problems, by an amazing coincidence on the MFT.

But I think the structure of the main folders managed to get it, together with “Lost & Found”.

Unfortunately I tried the various methods of restoring the translator but without success.

In attached the log and terminal.

Anyway thanks for the reply.

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Re: ST1000lm035-long message in terminal

Postby jojo2012 » 20.02.19, 12:55

pclab wrote:Source of the post Maybe It's something I do wrong, but I usually "almost" or even repair the drive before making a quote (or if it's something a little harder to do, like a headswap).
Only then I know what's wrong and give the proper quote.
Like this I know the problem is solvable and if it will take 1 day or 2 days or 2 weeks.


PcLab I know that doing most of the work you can be more precise about the quotation, but I do not really like repairing the drive and doing most of job, and then maybe, get a refusal of the estimate.


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