WD20NMVW-11EDZS7 ROM LOST

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WD20NMVW-11EDZS7 ROM LOST

Postby shahi » 13.09.18, 22:55

We got this case. Original ROM missing and no way to find out this one.

In this case, we tried different microcode+ldr but never able to access SA.

Do you have any idea?

Its Sherk_Lt

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Re: WD20NMVW-11EDZS7 ROM LOST

Postby Amarbir[CDR-Labs] » 16.09.18, 13:04

Shahi,
Before you do this swap heads from ok drive then try atleast possibility of bad heads would not be there
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Re: WD20NMVW-11EDZS7 ROM LOST

Postby GuideRecovery » 16.09.18, 17:04

Search a ROM of drive with close Seiral number with your and try, atleast you should reach to SA if heads are fine.
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Re: WD20NMVW-11EDZS7 ROM LOST

Postby AJ2008 » 17.09.18, 10:03

This will not work as these drives implement additional adaptive data for dual actuators in ROM module 4F - without original ROM it is not possible to restore access to data. I am sure a few guys at this forum know more about this than me and possibly have some solution, but I believe chances on this are very very low...

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Re: WD20NMVW-11EDZS7 ROM LOST

Postby Paradog84 » 18.09.18, 19:41

Dual actuators in this model drive?

Please explain....

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Re: WD20NMVW-11EDZS7 ROM LOST

Postby Blizzard » 18.09.18, 19:49

Paradog84 wrote:Source of the post Dual actuators in this model drive?
Please explain....
Unlike the Seagate multi-actuator drives, Western Digital has developed dual-stage or multi-stage actuators. Here are details.


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