WD600BB-00DKA0 - ROM damaged

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WD600BB-00DKA0 - ROM damaged

Postby jojo2012 » 08.08.18, 09:23

Hi there,
I’m handled this case that comes from another lab.

The original PCB (2060-001159-006) was dead, and I have the donor PCB. Unfortunately the original flash ROM has been damaged, or rather a pin is detached.

There is the possibility of restoring it or rebuilding it from the SA like with the Marvel?....or is this a hopeless case?

Thanks guys for any hint or help

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Re: WD600BB-00DKA0 - ROM damaged

Postby digitalsupport » 08.08.18, 19:44

jojo2012 send me a close up of the area where the pin is missing.
Have good experiences with this.

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Re: WD600BB-00DKA0 - ROM damaged

Postby Amarbir[CDR-Labs] » 09.08.18, 05:03

Hi,
might be you can try programming few roms of same drive family in your donor pcb ,These drives can work like this imho
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Re: WD600BB-00DKA0 - ROM damaged

Postby jojo2012 » 10.08.18, 16:27

digitalsupport wrote:Source of the post jojo2012 send me a close up of the area where the pin is missing.
Have good experiences with this.

Thanks for the help DigitalSupport. I don’t have a close up of damaged area, I want to do it with a digital microscope. I wanted to try to write a few ROMs of the same drive family as suggested by Amarbir and another guy from another support. These drives do not have adaptive in ROM.


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Re: WD600BB-00DKA0 - ROM damaged

Postby jojo2012 » 21.08.18, 11:14

Well, case solved.
Wrote ROM in kernel mode from a drive of the same model in the database and it worked like a charm.


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