Seagate AFH

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Re: Seagate AFH

Postby lcoughey » 09.12.19, 17:56

Just had a case here...decided to go back and finish trying a resource I already had to autogenerate a script too. H2 read slow for the first 1% and pretty much not at all after that. After the increase of 20 for RHtClr, hitting speeds over 100MB, with some bad zones along the way. Still can't get the full MFT with the one head in the higher LBA's, might need another boost of 10 or 20. We'll see.


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Re: Seagate AFH

Postby lcoughey » 09.12.19, 18:33

...had to add another 20 to get the higher LBA's. The first 20 helped improve the first 5-10%.

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Re: Seagate AFH

Postby Amarbir[CDR-Labs] » 29.12.19, 15:36

Dmitriy_TS wrote:Source of the post It's a very dangerous procedure for heads. And we haven't seen cases where it was useful.
So I'm sure that it will be implemented in PC-3000 in near future.

Sir ,
Go Through The Posts Below Many People Have Had Success ,This is a Function That Should Be Implemented ,It Does Not Work On Clicking Drives But On Drives Were One Head Is Dead , Procedure is Dangerous On Non Native Heads As There is Always a Deviation in Fly Height Due To Mismatched Torgue Levels
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