WD40NMZW-59GX6S1 Cannot create head bitmap

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WD40NMZW-59GX6S1 Cannot create head bitmap

Postby huangmiaofang » 22.05.18, 13:10

This is a good hard drive

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Prompt when loading SA HDD has unknown capacity. SA CHS access may operates wrongly


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Create a head bitmap in Data Extractor, tips Error execute=LBA->CHS conversion error (0) Device Error Detected: "VSC ERR UNSUP ACTION CODE"




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Re: WD40NMZW-59GX6S1 Cannot create head bitmap

Postby Maxim_TS » 25.05.18, 18:32

huangmiaofang, it's a new SpyGlass family and if it starts without SED error, it's partially supported in PC-3000.
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Re: WD40NMZW-59GX6S1 Cannot create head bitmap

Postby China_2 » 03.01.19, 11:42

Hello, I am a loyal user of ACE PC3000 from China. Now there is a problem, USB 3.0 WD40NMVW-11GX6S1, after converting SATA PCB, using PC3000 EXPRESS DE mirror data is very slow, very much hope to get your help. Thank you. Thank you very much.

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Re: WD40NMZW-59GX6S1 Cannot create head bitmap

Postby DataMedics » 08.01.19, 23:03

Did you do the slow responding patch?


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Re: WD40NMZW-59GX6S1 Cannot create head bitmap

Postby China_2 » 09.01.19, 05:18

This disk is ineffective for slow response operations

USB to SATA, can read data, the speed is too slow, I very much hope to be able to get everyone's help and

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Re: WD40NMZW-59GX6S1 Cannot create head bitmap

Postby Blizzard » 09.01.19, 17:19

For anyone that is not familiar with the WD SMR drives and their new translator type, here is a primer with some references to help bring you up to speed. I would just like to warn against rushing to apply the slow responding fix or rebuilding the translator, you might just find yourself with, what appears to be, a drive full of zeros. Consider these newish WD SMR drives to be the "Rosewood" of Western Digital. Don't just rush into the same old methods of recovery. As always, backup every module. You need to save the modules with errors too. If you have a backup and accidentally "zero" the drive it can usually be recovered. For the drives that you receive with all zeros, I do not know of a solution. I am interested to know if anyone else is working on a solution to recover these drives when they are blank upon arrival, which will probably become more common soon.
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Re: WD40NMZW-59GX6S1 Cannot create head bitmap

Postby China_2 » 10.01.19, 07:38

Thank you very much for your help. The board of SATA is too thin. Today's operation is not careful. The board of SATA is out of power. Well, I'll take pictures.


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Re: WD40NMZW-59GX6S1 Cannot create head bitmap

Postby China_2 » 10.01.19, 08:23

you can kill SED decryption with acelab methods :-)What is this operation? Turn off SED??


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Re: WD40NMZW-59GX6S1 Cannot create head bitmap

Postby China_2 » 10.01.19, 09:24

Here's a screenshot of this disk
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Re: WD40NMZW-59GX6S1 Cannot create head bitmap

Postby DataMedics » 10.01.19, 16:11

Blizzard wrote:Source of the post As always, backup every module.


Absolutely this. Never try anything until this is done.

Blizzard wrote:Source of the post rushing to apply the slow responding fix or rebuilding the translator, you might just find yourself with, what appears to be, a drive full of zeros.


I'd certainly be cautious about clearing the reloc list. But, it still might be beneficial to turn off auto-reallocation using the slow responding option. That may improve speed some.


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