Data Recovery Training

Data Recovery Training


INTERSOFT TECHNICAL
INSTITUTE

DATA RECOVERY LOGICAL & PHYSICAL COURSE CONTENT CHAPTER WISE

Module D1 Logical Data Recovery Training

D1.1 Introduction to Storage Device , Hard disk and models, converter used
D1.2 Hard Disk Data recovery common problems, with fault
1.LOGICAL PROBLEMS (disk detected in BIOS are mainly logical problems)
PHYSICAL PROBLEMS (disk not detected in BIOS are main physical problems)   
a. ELECTRONICAL FAILURE PROBLEMS
b. MECHANICAL FAILURE PROBLEMS
3.FIRMWARE PROBLEMS
D1.3 Understanding hard disk structure (platter, head, sector, cluster, track, cylinder,)
D1.4 Internal Parts of Hard Disk Demo Parts Identify SATA 3.5 Drive 1tb St31000333as
D1.5 Understand how data stored in hard disk & Microsoft files structure (FAT, NTFS, MBR)
D1.6 Working concept of Format, Partition & computer booting process,
D1.7 Data recovery Software used for different problems, steps with features
D1.8 Pen drive and Memory card logically data recovery concept
Troubleshooting chart of logical data recovery

 

Module D2 Hard Disk PCB Repair Training

D2.1 SMD Basic electronics for hard disk components and PCB repair, tools demo
D2.2 Common problem in hard disk due to printed circuit board fault
D2.3 Introduction to HARD DISK PCB , block diagram section of hard disk,
D2.4 Power & proctection section, DC to DC converter, (Mosfet, other smd component working and power detail in hard disk)
D2.5 Mcu section, Data section, preamp section head (chip working concept power main signals)
D2.6 Buffer Ram, flash rom section (working concept types and main signals)
D 2.7 VCM Motor controller & read channel chip working concept and main signals
D 2.8 Live pcb tracing, different volt of pcb, fault finding of hard disk pcb
Online offline
D2.9 Identify hard disk pcb no for donor pcb (Samsung, Seagate, wd, Hitachi, Ibm , Maxtor, )
D2.10 Replacing component and IC`s of hard disk (demo, video)
( understand different hard disk pcb, circuit troubleshooting chart )

 

Module D3  Physical Data Recovery Training

 D3.1 MECHANICAL FAILURE PROBLEMS ( common hard disk problems )

D3.2 Donor Selection of Different Hard Disk for patient
D3.3 Data recovery instrument detail and used detail with demo on opening hard disk
(clean room, head replacement, spindle motor remover, magnet remove tools, etc)
D3.4 Steps for opening hard disk, video, instruction, do , don’t while opeining, donour selection, used of instruments
D3.5 Practice on magnet & head replacement of hard disk
D 3.6 Practice on platter replacement of hard disk
D3.7 Practice on spindle motor changing of hard disk
D3.8 Basic idea of data recovery from dead pen drive, memory card, flashcard
D3.9 Introduction to hard disk firmware updating and high end instruments idea
D3.10 Data recovery common problems and solution to take Chart for hard disk repair

ADVANCE DATA RECOVERY FIRMWARE TRAINING

Module D4 HARD DISK FIRMWARE BASIC & HDD FIRMWARE REPAIR TRAINING, (WDR, STR, ETC)

D4.1 Introduction to hard disk firmware
D4.2 Introduction to hard disk firmware modules in service area
D4.3 Problems when firmware is corrupted
D4.4 Basic Introduction to Different firmware repair instrument/software list
D4.5 Segate common terminal commands idea
D4.6 introduction and used of segate firmware repair tools (smart reset, clear plist , clear glist, repair, module update, format, service area,regenerator)
D4.7 WD hard disk firmware repair toosl used ( clear smart, clear plist, clear glist , format, clear regenerator, module check, etc)

Module D5 DATA EXTRACTOR( COPIER) OF MRT & SEGATE FIRMWARE REPAIR TOOLS

D5.1 Introduction to MRT device and main menus
D5.2 Data copier/extractor Menus used and connection detail
D5.3 Segate MRT menu and connection detail with terminal
D5.4 segate hard disk terminal command identify and Used
D5.5 segate 3 easy steps repairing process
D5.6 segate hard disk shorting process
D5.7 Segate hard disk common problems solution due to firmware problems
• Segate hard disk busy problems
• SIM ERROR 3005/ NO HOST
• LED CC
• SIM ERROR 1002
• SIM ERROR 2044
• SIM ERROR 203F/ SIM ERROR 2040/ SIM ERROR 2044/ SIM ERROR 3005
• I/O ERROR
• FORMAT ERROR

Data Recovery Training Course detail in depth

Module D-1 Logical Data Recovery Training

D1 .1 Introduction to Storage Device , Hard disk types , Models and O.S

  •  HDD Traditional Hard disk drives
  •  Floppy Disk , Zip Drive, Tape Disk,CD/DVD, USB pen drive, Mobile technology storage
  •  Types of hard disk 3.5” 2.5” 1.8”
  •  Different hard disk converter, ( 1.8 zip, scsi, id, sata , micro sata , sca80, )
  •  SSD solid state disk
  •  Different types of Hard disk Converter usd
  •  Difference between HDD & SDD disk drive
  •  Basic understanding between different OS with different version
  •  Windows (FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5)
  •  Unix (UFS, EAFS, HTFS, VxFS, FFS)
  •  Linux (Ext2, Ext3,Ext4 JFS, ReiserFS)
  •  Apple Macintosh (HFS, HFS+)
  •  Novell Netware (NWFS, Net386, NSS)
  •  Difference between FAT & NTFS
  •  Hard disk different models
  •  Identify hard disk size from models no

D1.2 Hard Disk Data recovery common problems, with fault

A . LOGICAL DATA RECOVERY PROBLEMS (disk detected in BIOS are mainly logical problems)

Common faults of logical problems
 Failure of Boot Sector.
 Master Boot Record MBR Failure:
 Operating System Malfunction or Crash:
 Partition shows but not access
 Partition automatic loss
 Data loss due to virus
 Format error message
 Your system will not boot. You might get a message. “no boot-up disk available”
 A file may contain no data or just partial, even incorrect data.
 Message hard disk not recognize
 Message that there is no free space available on disk
 Corruption of files on files systems
 Corrupt File System Structure
 Cross Linked Files
 Reformatted or Repartitioned Hard Drive:
 recently accessed the data and suddenly you cannot access it.
We can used logical software for user mistakes for recovery
 Formatted hard disk
 Deleted files & folders
 Accidental Deletion of Data
 Improper Shutdown:
Memory card error
 Format
 Card error
 No data shown

PHYSICAL PROBLEMS (not detected in bios are main physical problems)
B. HARD DISK ELECTRONICS FAILURE MAIN PROBLEMS
Logic board (controller) failures.
• Totally dead Hard Drive does not spin up
• When hard disk connects to computer, computer does not start or hangs
• Broken power connectors
• Broken data connectors
• Spindle/arm driver chip failure
• You can see a burned component on the hard drive circuit board.
• Connector of motor or head is damaged
• Printed circuit board failures including pre-amplification
• TVS diode blow up
• Protection fuse, 0ohms resistor open
• PCB Damaged due to liquid
• Fire Damage
• Ceramic capacitor short
• Mosfet short, or not giving output
• Data connector resistor open
• Electric shock
• Pcb circuit open / short
C. HARD DISK MECHANICAL FAILURE PROBLEMS
• Clicking hard drive
• Drive not spinning
• Head crash
• Damaged Platters
• Actuator failure
• Stepper motor failure
• Spindle bearing seizure (block)
• More voice from hard disk
• Head stuck on platter
• Liquid Damage
• Fire Damage
• Dropped Hard Drives

D. HARD DISK FIRMWARE FAILURE PROBLEMS
• Hard disk not found in bios at all
• Model of hard disk shows wrong
• Head sticking voice ( may be due to firmware if hardware ok )
• Shows up with wrong S/N
• Show up with wrong Model no
• Hard disk spinning but not shown in bios
• Hard disk asked for password
• Bad sector
• Hang up on particular sectors
• Identifies fine but fails to read any data or boot up operating system giving I/O Device errors
• Smart error
• Primary Master Hard Disk Fail
• No operating system found
• USB Device malfunctioned
• S.M.A.R.T. Capable But Command Failed
• Disk boot failure. Insert system disk and press enter
• Hard drive not recognized
• Drive Mount Failure or some other hard drive boot error.
• The hard disk will spin up when powered on, but be incorrectly recognized / not recognized at all by the computer
• The hard disk will spin up & be recognized correctly by the computer but the system will then hang during the boot process

HARD DISK LOGICAL DATA RECOVERY
D1 .3 Understanding Hard Disk Structure

  • Hard disk structure
  •  Disk Platter
  •  Read Write Head
  •  Spindle motor
  •  Head arm
  •  Head actuator (voice coil actuator)
  •  Air Filter
  •  Tracks
  •  Sectors
  •  Cylinders
  •  Cluster
  •  Cluster size in FAT& NTFS
  •  CHS cylinder head sector addressing
  •  ZBR zoned boot record
  •  Types of connection
  •  SCSI, SATA, PATA
  •  LBA& CHS calculation
  •  Sector Cluster addressing
  •  Logical & physical addressing

D1.4 INTERNAL PARTS OF HARD DISK DEMO HARD DISK from INSIDE

IDENTIFICATION OF INTERNAL PARTS, DISASSEMBLE SATA 3.5 DRIVE1TB ST31000333AS

  • HDA head and disk assembly
  •  PCB printed circuit board
  •  MCU micro Controller Unit
  •  VCM voice coil motor controller
  •  Buffer Memory
  •  Flash chips
  •  Shock sensor
  •  TVS diode transient voltage suppression diode
  •  Breath hole
  •  Head contacts
  •  Motor Contacts
  •  Recirculation filter
  •  Top dumper
  •  Top platter
  •  Platter clamp
  •  Top magnet
  •  Plate with heads and connectors
  •  HSA head stack assembly
  •  HSA stopper
  •  VCM voice coil motor
  •  VCM HSA Actuator
  •  Arm
  •  HGA Head Gimbals Assembly
  •  Bearing
  •  FPC flexible printer circuit
  •  Gasket
  •  Sliders
  •  ABS air bearing surface
  •  Preamp
  •  Heater
  •  Gimbal
  •  Platter Clamp
  •  Spacer ring
  •  WD Internal parts demo

D1.5 Understanding data stored on hard disk & Microsoft files structure

  • What is a file system?
  •  Types of files systems
  •  DOS 3.3 (FAT12)
  •  DOS 5.0 (FAT16)
  •  Windows 3.1 (FAT16)
  •  Windows 95 (FAT32 OSR 2)
  •  Windows 98/ME (FAT32)
  •  Windows NT/2K/XP (FAT32 / NTFS)
  •  FAT file allocation table
  •  NTFS New technology files system
  •  FAT/NTFS COMPARISON
  •  How FAT works
  •  How data store in hard disk in fat
  •  Explaining disk block allocation method
  •  File slack space
  •  Linked allocation
  •  Attributes of files systems
  •  NTFS File attributes
  •  MFT files working idea
  •  Deleting NTFS FILES

D1.6 working concept of Format, Partition & computer booting process,

  •  Initializing a Hard drive
  •  Low level Format (factory)
  •  Initializing a hard drive with FDISK
  •  Master partition table
  •  Partition type codes
  •  Partition table entry
  •  Single primary partition
  •  One primary with extended partition
  •  Boot process
  •  Hard disk boot sequence (dos)
  •  Windows 2000 boot process
  •  Post, MBR, Boot Record
  •  MBR (Master Boot Record)
  •  GPT (GUID Partition Table)
  •  NTFS
  •  Partition boot sector
  •  MFT (master file table)
  •  Used of different software

D1.7 Data recovery Software used for different problems, steps with features

  •  Data Recovery of MBR corrupted
  •  Data Recovery of Deleted Files
  •  Data Recovery from Deleted Partition
  •  Data Recovery from Reformatted Partition
  •  Data Recovery from External Drives
  •  Data Recovery from USB Drive
  •  Data Recovery from Camera Card
  •  Data Recovery from CD/DVD
  •  Data Recovery as RAW Recovery
  •  Data Recovery from Damaged Sector
  •  Data Recovery from RAID

Recovery Features

  •  FAT Support
  •  NTFS Support
  •  Quick Scan
  •  Deep Scan
  •  Media File Recovery
  •  Email Files Recovery
  •  Microsoft Office File Recovery
  •  Recovers from Unbootable Drive

Search and Recovery Options

  • Search by File Extension
  •  Search by Date
  •  Search by File Size
  •  File Preview
  •  Batch Recovery
  •  Saves Scan Information
  •  Network Recovery
  •  Help & Support
  •  Supported Configurations
  •  Windows 7
  •  Windows Vista
  •  Windows XP

Top common data recovery software used in market

  •  Stellar Phoenix
  •  R Studio
  •  Data rescue
  •  Get data back
  •  Icare
  •  Power data recovery
  •  Salvation
  •  Encase
  •  Kernel
  •  Ptods
  •  Hard disk Stennar
  •  Hard disk Regenerator

Corrupted files repair software

  •  Excell repair
  •  Access repair
  •  Power point repair
  •  Jpg repair
  •  Backup files
  •  Repai video master avi, divx,xvid,mpeg, rm, rmvb, asf, wmv, wma , ac3

Understanding Basic concept of RAID

Invalid media type reading drive
File system is displays as raw
Windows may ask if you want to format the drive
File name contain WEIRD” character
“Sector not found” message

D1. 8 Pen drive and Memory card logically data recovery concept

  •  Pen drive data recovery
  •  Memory card data recovery concept
  •  Data recovery from Pen drives
  •  Data recovery from memory card
  •  Data recovery from Zip drives concept
  •  Data recovery concept of iPods, Digital cameras, Mobile phone, etc

Idea about corrupted file repair
Excel repair
Word repair
Outlook repair
Access repair
Power point file repair

Quck backup

Repair video master files
Avi, divx, xvid, mpeg-4 rm rmvb , asf , wmv, wma, ac3 etc

Module D2 Hard disk PCB repair training

D2.1 SMD Basic electronics for hard disk components and PCB repair

  • Basic electronics fast revision
  • Working concept of electronics component resistor, capacitor, diode, transistor, fuse, tvs diode, MOSFET, etc.
  • Multimeter basic concept, testing different components
  • Measuring and Identify ok, Short, Open components
  • Introduction to component of hard disk PCB , resistor, capacitor, diode, transistor, MOSFET chips
  • Removing and Inserting Different components
  • Working concept of chips,

D2. 2 Common problems in hard disk due to pcb fault

  • Totally dead Hard Drive does not spin up
  • When hard disk connects to computer, computer does not start or hangs
  • Broken power connectors
  • Broken data connectors
  • Spindle/arm driver chip failure
  • You can see a burned component on the hard drive circuit board.
  • Connector of motor or head is damaged
  • Printed circuit board failures including pre-amplification
  • TVS diode blow up
  • Protection fuse, 0ohms resistor open
  • PCB Damaged due to liquid
  • Fire Damage
  • Ceramic capacitor short
  • Mosfet short, or not giving output
  • Data connector resistor open
  • Electric shock
  • Pcb circuit open / short

D2. 3 INTRODUCTION HARD DISK PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BLOCK DIAGRAM , SECTION OF PCB

INTRODUCTION TO DIFFERENT SECTION OF HARD DISK
a. Introduction & Block diagram of hard disk printed circuit board

  • Identify different chips on hard disk
  • Mcu, driver chip, flah ram chip , buffer chip
  • Identify different component on hard disk
  •  Resistor, capacitor, tvs diode, transistor, fuse , inductor, rectifier
  •  identify circuit types, no models
  •  Block diagram of hard disk pcb
  •  How pcb work
  •  Identify hard disk pcb

HARD DISK SECTION
b. Hard disk Power section normal molex, sata
c. Hard disk Dc to dc converter power section
d. Hard disk Data section connection sata pata
e. Hard disk Firmware section
f. Hard disk Ram/ Buffer section
g. Hard disk Vcm controller section
h. Hard disk Spindle motor controller
i. Hard disk Mcu section
j. Hard disk Pre amplifier section
k. Hard disk Head contact section
l. Hard disk Spindle motor section

D2.4 Power section & DC to DC converter, (Mosfet & other smd component working and power detail in hard disk )

  • Types of hard disk power connector
  • Power input (sata pata)
  • Pata old Molex 4 pin (5v & 12v)
  • Sata connection 15 pin (5v, 3.3v, 12v)
  • Checking hard disk open short thru power connector
  • Understanding Protection circuit
  • Semi conductor mosfter transistor Manufacture name (Toshiba, NEC Rohm , Texas Instruments , Alpha & Omega , Anachip Corp, Diodes Inc, Philips Fairchild, Sanyo, International Rectifier, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments, Texas Instruments, National Semiconductor, Microsemi Corporation, Fairchild, Fairchild, Fairchild, Microsemi, Philips, Rohm, Richtek, Schottky, Siliconix, STMicroelectronics, STMicroelectronics, Infineon, Unisem, International Rectifier, Youwang Electronics Co.Ltd, STMicroelectronics, Sundry:
    •Semi conductor mosfet transistor components ( 2SA1242, 2SA1615, 2SB1132, 2SB1412, 2SB962, 2SC2412K / 2SC4081 / 2SC4617 / 2SC5658 / 2SC1740S, 2SC3072, 2SC6052, 2SD1664, 2SD1758, 2SD1760, 2SD2098, D2118R,2SD2150, 78L08A, 78M08A, AO4616, AO4619, AO4620, AP1506-50, M4532 / APM4532K, B240, BAS31, BC868-25, BSP100, FAN1537PA, FAN4274, FDFS2P102A, FDFS6N303, FDS6961A, FDS9431A, FDT434P, FJD3076, FW503, RF7101,IRF7207,IRF7326,IRF7326D2,IRFL014,IRFR024N,IRU1239SC,LD1117,LD1117DT33C, LD1117DT25C,LDR2533,LMV321 / LMV358 / LMV324,LP38691SD-2.5,LX1911,LX8815,LX8815-33, LX8816-04CDF, LX881733,  MBRM130L,  MBRS130L, MBRS2040LT3, MBRS320T3, MBRS340T3, MC34074AD, MSV358, NC7SZ126M5X, NDT014L, NTF6P02T3, NTMSD3P102R2, NTMSD3P303R2, NX2155H, NX7101IDM, NZT560/NZT560A, PBSS4350Z, PHC21025, PHK04P02T, PHN210T, PMBT2222A, PZT2222AT1, RDS035L03, RT8250, RT8284,RT9164-  3CG,SD101CWS, i1413EDH, Si4833DY, SS13,ST1L02PM, ST1S03, ST1S06A, ST3L01K7R, ST755, STD1802T4, STJ009, STN715, STPS140A, STPS1L40A, STS2DPFS20V, TLE4417, TLE4418G, TLV271, TS272CD, uA78M08C,  uPA2680T1E, US1237SC, UTC1117V33, VC4005, X0202BN,)
  • Tvs diod, 0ohms resistor, fuse,
  • Dc to dc converter
  • Transistor used as switching
  • Step down from 5v to 2.5
  • Mosfet working function
  • Testing of mosfet in hard disk pcb
  • Linear output,
  • swithching output
  • work of inductor in hard disk
  • PWM controller IC
  • Power supply to different chips

D2.5 Mcu section, Data section, preamp section head (chip working concept power main signals)

  • Data section of hard disk
  • Sata connection 7 pin
  • Signal detail of sata connection
  • Pata connection of hard disk 40pin Signal detail of pata connection
  • Connection detail of sata and pata connector
  • Main control chip MCU manufacture (ardent, agere, pokar, seaglet, oscar, beagle, dsp, lucent, quantum, wdstsiemens, shxxx, tlxxxx)
  • Hard disk mcu chips
  • Working detail of MCU chip
  • Connection detail of MCU
  • Voltage of hard disk MCU chip
  • Hard disk head connector
  • Pin out detail of hard disk head connector
  • Main signals detail of head contact
  • Working concept of hard disk preamp
  • Hard disk preamp chip manufacture with identify name (marvell, atmel=ATxxxx, sonyCXAxxxx, ST=Lxxx, TEXAS=SR1xxxx TEXAS=SSIxxxx, PHILIPS=TDAxxxx, VTC=VMxxx”)
  • Hard disk preamp chips (ST Microelectronics ( L6316 , L6319 , L6326, L6327, L6332, LD3110 ) Texas Instruments ( SR1595AEA6, SR1621AAA, SR1621AAA4, SR1622ABA4, SR1622AB4, SR1622AB, SR1710AFA, SR1720DDA, SR1730, SR1731BBA4, SR1731BBA4DBT, SR1760, SR1766AA, TI / Silicon Systems ( SSI 32R1571AR, SSI 32R1607AR, SSI 32R2100R / SSI 32R2101R / SSI 32R2102R, SSI 32R2103R / SSI 32R2104R / SSI 32R2105R, SSI 32R2110R / SSI 32R2111R, SSI 32R2112R, SSI 32R2124R Head Amplifiers (81G7004, MR5ML_B_DH, MR5ML_B_SK, MR5ML_B_SM, PA7531, PA7548B, SR1649, SR1682ACA, SR1682ADA, SR1855, SR1860BAA6, SR1972AAAA, SR1984CAA, SR1984BBA2, SR1984CAA_H, SR1984BBA2_H, SR1984CAA_HM, SR1984BBA2_HM, PA1300, PA7751, SR1676BCA50, SR1676BCA. SR1676BCA_2, SR1881AEA4, SR1880DEA8, SR3040, SR1676_FLT50, PA7800, PA7800_A, PA7558. SR1677, SR1843, SR1874, SR1972C_DL, R3480M, TLS26A974BB, SR1984CAA_HM_ND,SR1972_BHC ,PA7840M,PA7850, PA7871,SR1972ADA,SR3480ABA_H, SR3480ABA_M ,SR3480M_C Head Stacks (PA7548B, SR1649, SR1984CAA, SR1984BBA2, SR1984CAA_H, SR1984BBA2_H, SR1880DEA8 ,SR1881AEA4 ,A164AD, PA7548C, SR1651BAAM, SR1921, PA2540, SR1880DFA8, SR1881AFA4, A164AB, SR3480, PA7751B, PA7751C, PA7840) Marvell (81G3000, 81G3004, 81G3018, 81G4000, 81G4008, Atmel (AT78C6001, AT78C6002 ) Sony ( CXA3238TN / CXA3239TN) Philips ( TDA5152X, TDA5153, TDA5155, TDA5360, VTC Inc ( V10615, VM3500, VM5131, VM5141 )
  • Pin detail of hard disk preamp chip
  • Connection of head, vcm coil, micro actuator
  • Types of hard disk head
  • Ferrite heads
  • Amr heads
  • Thin film heads
  • Metal in gap (MIG) heads
  • Tunneling magneteresistue (TMR)
  • Perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR)
  • Giant magneto resistive (GMR)

D2.6 Buffer Ram, flash rom section (working concept types and main signals)

  • Hard disk RAM BUFFER Chip manufacturer (SAMSUNG=K4Snnxxxxx, HYNIX= HY57Vnnxxxxx, WINBOND=W94nnxxxx, NEC=uPD45xxxx, MICRON TECH = MT48LCxxxxx, ESMT= M1xxxxxx, (2m, 8m, 16m 32M, 256k )
  • Hard disk RAM BUFFER chips (Hynix (HY5DU121622DTP-D43,HY512264JC-60, HY57V161610DTC-6, HY57V161610ETP-6, HY57V281620ETP-6, HY57V281620FTP-6, HY57V281620HCTP-6, HY57V641620ETP-6, HY57V641620FTP-6, HY57V641620HGT-6, HY57V561620FTP-6, HY5DU561622ETP-D43) Samsung Buffer Chip (K4D261638K-LC50, K4D551638H-LC50, K4H281638L-LCCC, K4H561638J-LCCC, K4H641638N-LCCC K4S161622D-TC70, K4S161622H-UC60, K4S281632F-UC60, K4S281632I-UC60, K4S641632F-TC60, K4S561632H-UC60, K4S641632H-UC60, K4S641632H-UC75, K4S641632K-UC60, K4S641632N-LC60, KM416C1204CT-45) WINBOND (W9412G6IH-5, W9425G6DH-5, W9425G6EH-5, W9464G6IB-5, W9464G6IH-5, W9812G6DH-6, W981616BH-6, W981616BH-7, W986416DH-6) Elite (M12L16161A, M12L64164A-5T, M13S128168A-5T, M13S2561616A-5T, M29F102BB, M5M411665ATP3, MSM54V24616-10TK, MSM56V16160F-7, MT46V16M16-5B, MT48LC1M16A1-6, MT48LC2M32B2-6G, MT48LC4M16A2P-6G,) Etrontech (EM638165TS-6G, EM636165TS-6G, EM6AA160TSA-5G, GLT5160L16-6TC, ) Integrated Circuit Solution Inc (IC42S16100-6T ) Sanyo (LC321664AJ-80, LC321667CT, LC384161CT-12 ) Qimonda (HYB25DC128160CE-5) ELPIDA (EDS6416AHTA-6BEH) Power chip Technology (A2V28S40CTP-G6, A43L8316V-7) NEC Electronics (uPD4504161G5-A12-7JF, uPD4516161, uPD4516161CG5)
  • Working function of Buffer chip
  • Pin detail voltage supply of buffer chip
  • Datasheet study of buffer chip
  • Connection of buffer chip with other chip
  • Hard disk EEPROM FLASH Chip manufacturer (ATMEL=AT25xxx,AT45xxxx,AT93xxxx, ROHM=BR93xxxx, SANYO=LE25xxxx, ST MICROELECTRONICS = M25xxxxx, FUJITSU=MBM29xxxxx, MACRONIX=MX25xxxx, NATIONAL=NMxxxx, SILICON STORAGE=SSTnnxxxx, WINBOND=W25xxx)
  • Hard disk EEPROM Flash chips( silicon storage technology (SST25VF512, SST25LF020A, SST25VF010A-33-4C-SAE, SST39LF100, SST45LF010-10-4C-SA,) ST MICROELECTRONICS (M25P40VP, M25P20VP, M25P05VP, M25P10V6, M25P10VP, M25P05AV, M29F102BB, M29W102BB ) ATMEL ( AT24C16N, AT25DF041A, AT25F512AN, AT25F1024, AT27C1024, AT45DB011B, AT49F1024, AT49LV1024-70VC, AT93C46D ) WINBOND ( W25X10, W25X10A, W25X10AVNIG, W25X20ALNIG, W25X20BLNIG, W25X40ALS15, W25X40AL09, W25X40AL014, W25X40LNEG, W29F102Q, W49F102Q-45, W49L102Q,) ROHM ( BR93LC66, , BR93L76RF, BR93L66RF-WE2) SANYO ( LE25FU106B, LE25FU206, LE25FU406B, LE25FV055T, LE25FW206, LE25FW406ATT, LE28F1101T-40,) FUJITSU ( MBM29F200TC-70PFTN, MBM29LV004TC-90PTN) MACRONIX (MX25L8005, MX258005) ST MICROELECTRONICS (93C56W6, 93LC56, ST93C86WP ) NATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR ( NM93C46 ) SPANSION S25FL040 SEIKO ( S-93C76A, S93C66B)
  • Working function of EEPROM
  • Pin detail of EEPROM
  • Connection of Flash EEPROM chip with other chip

D2. 7 VCM Motor controller & read channel chip working concept and main signals

  • Hard disk Read Channel Chip manufacturer (MARVEL, NATIONAL=DPxxxx, PHILIPS=p32xxxx, TEXAS=SPxxxxx, )
  • Hard disk Read channerl chips ( Silicon Systems ( 32D5371/2 , 32D5373/4, 32D539, 32D5391/2/3, 32D4660/1/2/3/4/5/6, 32D4680, 32P3000/3001 , 32P3013, 32P3015/3016, 32P3030/31, 32P3040/41, 32P4730, 32P4741/44, 32P4742/46, 32P4752, 32P4782, 32P4782A, 32P4792, 32P4793, 32P4802,32P4903, 32P4904 ,32P4910/11 , 32P4910A/11A/12, 32P4915, 32P4920 ) Read Channel Devices Silicon Systems ( 32P4101A, 32P4103A, 32P4103B, 32P4103S, 32P4104H, 32P4104S, 32P4129, 32P4802, 32P4937A, SP4107A, SP4140A ) Marvell ( 88C5520L 88C6590 ) National Semiconductor (DP84910) Philips ( P32P4910A, P32P4911A ) Texas Instruments ( SP4107A )
  • Working function of read channel chip
  • Pin detail , voltage supply of read channel chip
  • Hard disk motor controller chip manufacturer (SMOOTH= Lxxxx, TEXAS INSTRUMENT = SHxxxxx, PTLxxxx,PHILIPS= TDAxxx, PANASONIC= ANxxxx,HITACHI= HA1xxxxx, Rxxxxx, TEXAS= TLSxxxxx, ALLEGRO = A89xxxxx, ATMEL= AT78xxxxx)
  • Hard disk motor controller chips (ST Microelectronics, SMOOTH ( L6245, L6278, L6283, L6284, L7206, L7207, L7220, L7250, L7251 ) Texas Instruments (PTLS2270, SH6125B, SH6601AC, SH6601AD, SH6601AF, SH6761A, SH6770C, SH6782B, SH6950, SH6950D, SH6960B, SH6962B, SH6966, SH6968B, Si9961, Si9961A ) Philips (TDA5143T, TDA5146T, TDA5147CH, TDA5147BH, TDA5147BH, TDA5147K, TDA5148K, TDA5149G, TDA5247HT, TDA5247HT, TDA5341, TDA5345HT) Hitachi ( HA13545, HA13557AFH, HA13561F, HA13565F, HA13566AF, HA13571FR, HA13614FH, HA13626, HA13627, HA13645 ) Texas Instruments ( TLS2205, TLS2230, TLS2242, TLS2252, TLS2255, TLS2291A, TLS2309, TLS2501, TLS2502/TLS2502B, TLS2503, TLS2505,) Embedded Servo Acquisition (32H6521, 32H6522, 32H6810B, 32H6811B, 32H6815 , 32H6826, 32H6829, 32H6829A ,32H6829, 32H6840 , 32H6900, 32H6742, 32H6816, 32H6818 , 32H6826, 32H6829, 32H6829A, 32H6829, 32H6840, 32H6900, 32H6910, TLS2231 , TLS2232, TLS2233, TLS2234, TLS2235, TLS2245, TLS2251, TLS2270 , TLS2271) Panasonic (AN8427FBP, AN8428NGAR , AN8428GAK) Allegro (8902-A, A8980CJT, A8983CJT) Atmel (AT78C7005, AT78C7015) Fairchild ( KA2811C,)
  • Working function of motor controller chips
  • Pin detail, voltage supply of motor controller chip
  • Spindle motor power supply from motor controller chip
  • Switching , linear mosfet power controller
  • Connection detail of motor controller chip with other chip

D2. 8 Live pcb tracing, different volt of pcb, fault finding of hard disk pcb
Online offline

  • Offline tracing of hard disk pcb with multimeter
  • Testing power connector main volt
  • Testing tvs diode
  • Testing all capacitor
  • Testing spindle motor continuity
  • Online Live tracing of PCB with multimeter
  • Testing Power of mcu
  • Testing Power on buffer chip
  • Testing Power on read write chip
  • Testing Power on spindle motor

D2. 9 Identify hard disk pcb no for donor pcb (Samsung, Seagate, wd, Hitachi, Ibm, Maxtor,)

  • Hard disk model no
  • Hard disk pcb no
  • Hard isk pcb printer no
  • Matching criteria of different hard disk
  • Seagate Hard Drive PCB Swap Replacement Guide
  • Western Digital PCB Swap Replacement Guide
  • Samsung PCB Swap Replacement Guide
  • IBM Hitachi PCB Swap Replacement Guide
  • Maxtor PCB Swap Replacement Guide
  • Hitachi PCB Swap Replacement Guide
  • Toshiba PCB Swap Replacement Guide
  • When firmware replacement is important
  • What is glist, plist on hard disk
  • Service area on hard disk platter
  • Which models required firmware chip replacement after swapping PCB
  • Which models required no firmware replacement after swapping PCB

D2.10 Replacing component and IC`s of hard disk (demo, video)

  • Removing and inserting of different component from hard disk PCB
  • Removing resistor, mosfet, transistor, diode, fuse demo
  • Removing and inserting of different chips from hard disk PCB
  • Firmware chip, replacement idea
  • Hard disk socket and connector

Module D3 Physical (Mechanical )Data Recovery Training

D3. 1 PHYSICAL (MECHANICAL) HARD DISK FAILURE PROBLEMS

  • Clicking hard drive
  • Drive not spinning
  • Head crash
  • Damaged Platters
  • Actuator failure
  • Stepper motor failure
  • Spindle bearing seizure (block)
  • More voice from hard disk
  • Head stuck on platter
  • Liquid Damage
  • Fire Damage
  • Dropped Hard Drives
  • Different voice in different hard disk (video)
  • Common fault and solution in physical repair

D3. 2 DONOUR SELECTION OF DIFFERENT HARD DISK

  • Data recovery and donors
  • Donors’ Recognition: Firmware Donors, PCB Donors, Head Donors
  • Matching criteria of Donours for hard disk
  • Different models and product detail of hard disk
  • Identify hard disk size, types, models, platter, connection etc from models no
  • Hard disk vendors with model detail
  • Select donor for hard disk to be recover
  • Identify from hard disk
  • Model no
  • Rpm
  • DCM drive configuration matrix (western digital hard disk)
  • Key (Maxtor)
  • Site Code (Seagate hard disk)
  • MLC machine level code(Hitachi, IBM)
  • Firmware code (Seagate, Samsung hard disk)
  • Manufacture dates
  • Manufacture in country
  • Matching donor for western digital hard drive
  • Matching donor for SEAGATE hard drive
  • Matching donor for TOSHIBA hard drive
  • Matching donor for FUJITSU hard disk
  • Matching donor for HITACHI (IBM ) hard drive
  • Matching donor for HITACHI (Native ) hard drive
  • Matching donor for SAMSUNG ″ hard drive
  • Matching donor for Maxtor ″ hard drive
  • Matching donor for QUANTUM-MAXTOR 3.5” hard disk

D3. 3 Data Recovery Instrument detail and using detail with demo on opening hard disk

  • Instrument list demo used for physical data recovery
  • Instrument detail used for data recovery
  • Motor unstuck tools
  • Punching tools
  • Clean room concept
  • Hand gloves, fingers top cover
  • HD HPE PRO
  • Different instrument used for data recovery centre
  • Replacement of Damaged Heads – Read-Write head change tools
  • Replacement of Magnet – Magnet Exchanger Tools
  • Platter Transplantation — Platter Replacement Tools
  • Seized Damaged Bearings Replacement — Spindle motor Replacement Tools
  • What are clean room data recovery cases?
  • Head swap process for hard drives with or without spacers/bracelet
  • Multiple platter exchange process
  • Clean room or clean bench
  • Hands on practice using HD HPE PRO/ or OTHER INSTRUMENT for data recovery cases.

D3.4 practice on head replacement of hard disk

  • Precaution to be taken before opening hard disk
  • Step by step removing parts guidelines
  • Donor and patient hard disk to be kept ready on bench
  • How to open hard disk
  • How to use magnet tools for remove top magnet
  • How to remove top magnet
  • How to take out head from hard disk
  • How to swap head from donour to patient
  • How to use head tools to keep distance between heads
  • How to split head outside
  • Removing head form 2.5 and 3.5 hard disk
  • Removing and inserting read, write head of different computer hard disk
  • Removing and inserting read write head of different 2.5” hard disk

D3.5 practice on Platter replacement of hard disk

  • How to open screw of platter
  • How to swap platter from donor to patient
  • What care to be taken for platter replacement
  • Removing platter of hard disk
  • Removing and inserting platter of different computer hard disk
  • Removing and inserting platter of different laptop 2.5” hard disk

D3.6 practice on Spindle motor changing of hard disk

  • How to unstuck spindle motor of hard disk
  • How to remove out spindle motor
  • How to replace with donor spindle motor
  • Removing and inserting spindle motor of different computer hard disk
  • Removing and inserting spindle motor of different 2.5” hard disk

D3.7 Basic idea of data recovery from dead pen drive, memory card, flashcard

  • Basic internal structure of pen drive
  • Concept of Swapping chip of pen drive
  • Basic repairing idea of pen drive
  • Bios programmer xeltek super pro idea for reading chip

D3. 8 Introduction to Hard Disk Firmware repair instrument list

  • Introduction to Different firmware repair instrument/software list detail
    Ace lab original pc3000

    • Ace portable usb
    • Ace udma
    • Ace

    DFL Data Recovery Equipments

    1. DFL – DDP USB3.0 (Data Dr. Pro Usb3.0)
    2. DFL – URE USB3.0 (USB Recovery Express)
    3. DFL – DE USB2.0
    4. DFL – FRP – STII For Seagate
    5. DFL – FRP – WDII For Western Digital
    6. DFL – FRP – HT For Hitachi
    7. High Speed USB Programer Pro
    8. DFL – Data Recovery Start-Up Suite
    9. DFL – Data Recovery Grow-Up Suite

    Salvation data product

    • Data compass
    • HD doctor for Seagate
    • HD doctor for WD
    • HD doctor for Maxtor
    • HD doctor for Hitachi
    • c3000 pci 2.4/2.5 version

    Atola
    DflwdII
    Firmware repair software without hard ware

    • Wdr3, wdr5, wdr6
    • Str 3000
    • Mrt Maxtor repair
    • Samsung repair software

D3. 9 Data recovery common problems and solution flow chart

  • Hard drive does not get detected
  • Hard drive gets detected but data is inaccessible
  • Hard disk drive displays no sign of power and/or no sound of the drive “winding up
  • Hard disk drive powers up & then spins constantly with a loud winding sound
  • Hard drive powers up and then winds down, non-responsive
  • Hard drive unit emits an OCCASIONAL clicking sound
  • Hard drive unit emits a CONSTANT clicking sound
  • Hard drive unit powers up, but the drive does not mount, and there is no discernible data read/write sound
  • Hard drive powers up and a scraping sound is audible
  • Hard drive has been exposed to water damage
  • Hard drive unit has been exposed to fire

 

Module D4 HARD DISK FIRMWARE REPAIR UP GRADATION (PC3000 PCI, WDR, STR, )

D4.1 Introduction to hard disk firmware

  • What is firmware of hard disk
  • Micro code of hard disk firmware
  • Modules of hard disk firmware
  • Types of modules in hard disk firmware
  • Data modules ,Management Modules ,Techno Modules
  • Where firmware store in hard disk
  • What is negative cylinder/track of hard disk
  • What is service area
  • What is inside hard drive System Area?
  • System area of hard disk
  • UBA Modules (Utility Block Addressing)
  • Modules store in which head side
  • What happen if hard disk firmware module damage
  • when hard disk firmware damage
  • Common symptons of hard disk firmware failures

D4.2 Introduction to hard disk firmware modules in service area

  • Smart Data
  • System Logs
  • Serial Number
  • Model Numbers
  • Security Data Passwords for drive – possible encrypted info.
  • Bad block table
  • P-List (Primary Defects List –  manufacture defect info that does not change)
  • G-List (Grown Defects Lists – sector relocation table)
  • Program Overlays – Firmware, Executable Code, or updates
  • Zone Tables
  • Servo Parameters
  • Specific Tables like RRO – (recalibrate repeatable run-out and head offsets)
  • Test Routines
  • Factory Defaults Tables
  • Recalibration Code Routines
  • Translator Data:
          a.Converts Logical and Physical Address to locations on the drive
          b.Heads and Track Skewing Info

D4.3 Problems when hard disk firmware is corrupted

  • Drive will not initialize
  • Drive is slow responding
  • Drive is not running properly
  • Drive will not be recognized by the computer
  • Head sticking clicking voice ( may be due to firmware if hardware ok )
  • Shows up with wrong S/N
  • Show up with wrong Model no
  • Hard disk asked for password
  • Hang up on particular sectors
  • identifies fine but fails to read any data or boot up operating system giving I/O· device errors
  • Smart error
  • Primary Master Hard Disk Fail
  • No operating system found
  • USB Device malfunctioned
  • M.A.R.T. Capable But Command Failed
  • Disk boot failure. Insert system disk and press enter
  • Drive Mount Failure or some other hard drive boot error.
  • The hard disk will spin up when powered on, but be incorrectly recognised / not recognised at all by the computer
  • The hard disk will spin up & be recognised correctly by the computer but the system will then hang during the boot process

D4.4 Basic Introduction to Different firmware repair instrument/software list detail

  • PC3000 UDMA

       Ace portable usb
Ace udma
Ace

  • MRT
  • Dfl wdII
  • SALVATION data product ( now no support from 2012)
  • Pc3000 pci 2.4/2.5 version (china no further support after 2007)
  • Atola
  • Firmware repair software without hard ware

·     Wdr3, wdr5, wdr6
·      Str 3000
·      Mrt Maxtor repair
·      Samsung repair software

D4.5 introduction to seagate firmware repair tools

  • Basic idea of seagate tools used with terminal command
  • Seagate repair tools
  • Seagate models detail
  • About seagate models
  • How to identify seagate models
  • F3 series Segate hard disk models
  • Understand Seagate terminal commands
  • Usb to rs232 converter
  • How to connect seagate harddisk with terminal connection

D4.6 introduction to WDR hard disk firmware repair software tools

Wd hard disk software used for repairing wd firmware problem

  • BSY : Drive Busy
  • DRD: Drive ready
  • DWF: Write Fault
  • DSC: Drive seek complete
  • DRQ: Data request
  • CRR: Corrected data
  • IDX: Index:
  • ERR: Error:
  • BBK: Bad Mark Block:
  • UNC: Uncorrectable data
  • INF: ID not found
  • ABR: Aborted command 
  • TON: Track 0 not found 
  • AMN: Data address mark not found

   Suppoted hard disk model
Mammoth, Polaris, Nova, Aspen, Eclipse2, The Safari SE, , The Trailblazer the Eagle, Polaris the Falcon, Scorpio, Scorpio delivers Mammoth, ScorpioApsen, Sabre, Mammoth M-, Balboa, Lido, Unicorn, The Sabre the LC
, Hercules, Buccaneer, Avalon, Xbox 2, Mosquito, Defender, Catalina, Unicorn2, Sirius, Hawk,  Antares, Orion
, STG_DFH, STG_VDT, Zeus, Sargas, Taurus, Odyssey, Hercules the SAE, STG_VDT2, Zeus6, Raider, Neptune
, Zeus_re, STG_ZUMA, Aquarius, Sequoia, Jupiter, Starlin g, Glacier, Aries, STG_ARIS, McKinley, Starling2, Hawk2, Tornado2, STG_MKLY, Seq_Zuma, Cricket, Tornado3, STG_A RLB, STG_1K, STG_PATA, Unicorn6, Leo, STG_VANC, Seq_PATA, Jup_Zuma, TD2_PATA, Stg_Twin, TD3_PATA, Lynx , STG_VPMR, STG_DNLI, TD2_PMR, SEQ_PMR, Yosemite , TD2_PPMR, Viking, TD3_PMR, Hulk, Cougar, Danu, STG_YOSE , TD3_PPMR, Spider, STG_KODK, Atlantis, Denali , Pinnacle, Mars, Nemo, STG_MERC, Seq_RE, T2PMR_RE, T3PMR _RE, HULK_RE, SPIDR_RE, SEQ_PPMR,  SEQPMR2M, YOSE_RE, ATLAN_RE, MARS_RE, EMERALD, STG_YUKN , TROY, YUKON, KERMIT, RIGEL, SATURN , PINNA_RE, VENUS, CYPRESS, MERCURY, PINNA_HF, ATLAN_HF,  GEKKO, SPART_RE, PINNA_PA, ATLAN_PA , MARS_HF, PINNA_E, ATLAN_E, GEKKO_E, KERMIT_E

     Functions :

  • Save the ROM file: Save flash …….s ->ROM.bin file.
  • Write the ROM file: Write ROM.bin.
  • Save the ROM firmware modules: Save L ROMFirmware.
  • Write the ROM firmware module: Write L ROMFirmware.
  • Repeat write the firmware ROM module: repeat Write L ROMFirmware.
  • Save the firmware modules: the Save the L, the Firmware.
  • Write firmware modules: the Write L,  the Firmware.
  • Write firmware module repeat: repeat Write L,  the Firmware.
  • Write a single firmware modules: write SingleModule file to the drive
  • Save all the tracks : the Save of ROYL All reserved. Cylinders to.
  • Write all the tracks : the write the head image files to the All Reserved cylinders to.
  • Write head all the track : the write L, head0 image The files to All Reserved cylinders to.
  • Write a heads all tracks : write L head1 image The cylinders to files to All Reserved.
  • Save all the files of the hard disk: Save L ALL SA backups. (ROM, ROMFirmware,  Firmware, reserved cylinders) 
  • Check individual modules: Check Single Reserved File.
  • Check all modules: Check All Reserved the Files.
  • Initialize the hard disk: initialized harddisk.
  • Clear reset the SMART:
  • Cut the head: Head, Depop, .
  • The internal formatting: Format
  • To change the hard disk capacity: capacity change for harddisk
  • The self-correcting process: show the L, the SF the sequence is displayed.
  • Set the initial step from the school: change pointer to the L, the SF.
  • Write hard drive Model: write L, the MODEL.
  • Write hard SN No.: Write L, the SN.
  • See Form G: SHOW L GLIST.
  • See the GD table: SHOW L GDLIST.
  • View table P: SHOW L, PLIST on the fly.
  • View the PD table: SHOW L PDLIST.
  • Clear Form G: clear L GLIST.
  • Clear the GD table: clear L GDLIST.
  • Clear the Table P: clear L, PLIST on the fly.
  • Clears PD table: clear L PDLIST.
  • From the school: Start SelfTestharddisk.
  • End: End SelfTestharddisk from the school.
  • Load LDR: Load of Permanent the Overlay
  • Production LDR: Make of Permanent the Overlay
  • Save the ROM file: Save flash …….s ->ROM.bin file.
  • Write the ROM file: Write ROM.bin.
  • Save the ROM firmware modules: Save L ROMFirmware.
  • Write the ROM firmware module: Write L ROMFirmware.
  • Repeat write the firmware ROM module: repeat Write L ROMFirmware.
  • Save the firmware modules: the Save the L, the Firmware.
  • Write firmware modules: the Write L, the Firmware.
  • Rewritable ROM firmware modules: L, the repeat the Write the Firmware.
  • Save all the tracks : the Save of ROYL All reserved. Cylinders to.
  • Write all the tracks : the write the head image files to the All Reserved cylinders to.
  • Save all the files of the hard disk: Save L ALL SA backups. (ROM, ROMFirmware,  Firmware,  reserved cylinders)
    Check individual modules: Check Single Reserved File.
  • Check all modules: Check All Reserved the Files.
  • The internal formatting: Format
  • To change the hard disk capacity: capacity change for harddisk
  • The self-correcting process: show the L, the SF the sequence is displayed.
  • Set the initial step from the school: change pointer to the L, the SF.
  • Write hard drive Model: write L, the MODEL.
  • Write hard SN No.: Write L,  the S

Module D5 MRT DEVICE USE FOR HARD DISK FIRMWARE REPAIR & DATA RECOVERY

D5.1 data copy option on MRT device

D5.2 Segate hard disk firmware repair & data recovery

Before this you must clear idea of hard disk firmware module

  1. How to connect hard disk
  2. Hard disk families
  3. Identify hard disk types f3 or old
  4. Connection of terminal ,
  5. Command prompt f3 and normal
  6. Termian commands identify and demo ( smart  list, servo , regenerat )
  7. Segate hard disk common 3 stage repair process
  8. Common problems and solution steps

 

  1. SIM ERROR 3005/ NO HOST LED CC
  1. TCC-001A[0x000042F9][0x000042F9]ZZZZMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZMMMMMMMMMMM…. – This error relates to an inability to read Servo or Overlays. This message is also displayed at some Grenada models when PCB/ROM is not native.
  2. Failed to load overlay 00000004 – This is usually associated with some hardware error and can be caused by non-native adaptives (i.e non-original ROM).
  3. SIM error 1002 – This message alerts us to some error with one or more defect list. Potentially P-list or NRG list can be bad.
  4. SIM error 2044 – Translator tables cannot be read or are damaged.
  5. SIM error 1009 – Module 17A is damaged.
  6. SIM ERROR 3005 – Mean that “format corrupted flag” in on and Translator is not loaded in RAM.
  7. SIM Error 203F / SIM Error 2040 / SIM Error 2044 / SIM Error 3005 – Also seem to be damaged or unreadable translator related errors.
  8. LED:00000047 FAddr:FFFFFFFE – Usually this relates to Media Cache.
  9. LED:000000BC FAddr:00006220 – Usually this also relates to Media Cache or some relocation parameters.
  10. “No HOST FIS-ReadyStatusFlags” – (reason message: why translator is not loaded) LED:000000BD FAddr:0000988E – Usually relates to Media Cache or other background processes in System File 93. Some have reported clearing SMART as having fixed the issue.
  11. MCMTFileHandler: EXCEPTION: Failed MCMT read request – Relates to System file 346 being damaged, or possibly media cache.

D5.3 Wd hard disk firmware repair & data recovery

WD HARD DISK MENU OPTION OF MRT PRODUCT

MRT Pro (F)

TEST (D) —-    

                               Basic Information View (B)

                Work With SA (F)

                                Backup all Resource (Q)

                                                ROM operation (O)

                                                                 ROM list (L)

                                                                Edit ROM headmap (E)

                                                                Edit ROM module

                                                                ROM tests (Z)

                                                                Save ROM (S)

                                                                Write ROM (W)

                                                                Read ROM modules (B)

                                                                Write ROM module (P)

                                                                Rebuild ROM from SA (R)

                                                                PCB ROM recovery (H)                 

                                                 RAM operation (O)

                                                                 RAM Headmap editor (E)

                                                                 Load LDR from file (L)

                                                                 Create LDR file

                                                  Module object operation (M)

                                                                 Backup modules (R)

                                                                 Write modules (W)

                                                                 Search SA module and save (F)

                                                                 Microcode modules overall offset (M)

                                                 Track operation (T)

                                                                 Read tracks (R)

                                                                 Write tracks (W)

                                                 Edit HDD ID (I)

                                                 Solve “slow responding” problem (X)

                                                 03 module regeneration (R)

                                                 SA structure tests (S)

                                                Hardware module test (H)

                                                 ZONE table report (Z)

                                                 Cut zone tool (C)

                                                 Format service area (K)

                                                Format SA tracks (F)

                Translator Operation (D)

                                Translator regeneration (General)

                                                Rebuild translator (self-test logs)

                                                Clear traslator   

                Defect List Operation (D)

                                Defect list reports (R)

                                                Edit defect list (E)

                                                Clear defect list (C)

                                                Turn G_List to P_List

                Clear S.M.A.R.T (S)     

                Hard Disk Format (F)

                Memory Diagnostic Too (H)

                Shield head tool (C)

                                LBA to CHS

WORK WITH SA (S) –

                                Module List (L)

                        Head Test (T)

                        SA structure test (J)

                        Hardware modules test (H)

                        Format service area (K)

                        Format SA tracks (F)

                        Backup all resource (Q)

                        Read modules (B)

                        Write modules (W)

                        Search SA module and save (F)

                        Microcode modules overall offset (M)

                        Read tracks (R)

                        Write tracks (U)

                        Edit HDD ID (I)

                        Solve “slow responding” problem (X)

                        03 module regeneration (S)

                        View zone table information (Z)

                        Cut zone tool (C)

                        View and reset password (P)

                        USB HDD data unlocking

TOOLS (T

                                View SA Object (H)

                                                Module list (l)

                                         HDD resource viewer (R)

                                     Search module list from SA(S)          

                                Modules’s Read-Write method (T)

                                                By ID (I)

                                         By Track (T)

                                     By ABA (A)

                                Self test tools (Z)

                                                ARCO setting (S)

                                     Online ARCO (A)

                                     Initialize self test environment

                                    Offline self_test (C)

                                    View log of PTS process

                                    View log of 46 process

                                    View log of 69 process

                                    View log of 6A Process

                                    View log of 6B process                

                                User sector viewer(S)

                        Logical scan (M)

                        CHS defect list editor (D)

                        LBA defect list editor (L)

                        Serial port setting

                                                Connect

                                    Disconnect

                                                Port setting

                                    Timeout setting

                                Database

                        Sleep and reset (O)

                                                Soft Reset (S)

                                       Hard Reset (H)

                                    Standby/Hibernation

                                    Awakening ? Recalibration (mandatory Load)

                                Open the working folder(W)

                        Parameter setting (P)

WINDOWS (W)

HEPL (H)

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  • (2) DFL – URE USB3.0 (USB Recovery Express)
  • (3) DFL – DE USB2.0
  • (4) DFL – FRP – STII For Seagate
  • (5) DFL – FRP – WDII For Western Digital
  • (6) DFL – FRP – HT For Hitachi
  • (7) High Speed USB Programer Pro
  • (8) DFL – Data Recovery Start-Up Suite
  • (9) DFL – Data Recovery Grow-Up Suite

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  • HD doctor for WD
  • HD doctor for Maxtor
  • HD doctor for Hitachi

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Firmware repair software without hard ware

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