and if you download HD Doctor for Seagate and install, and look at the PDF manuals - there are steps given.
So I'm quite sure they can fix it. Question is on diagnosis, are we 100% sure our hard disks are all having this BSY + 0 LBA problem and not a real hardware fault??
It is known that hard disks tend to have higher failure rates in the early and later stages of the hard disk's life...
How good is that chance that HD Doctor will be able to solve this problem? If it's surely working, then please count me in. THanks!
Salvation Data HD Doctor for Seagate 3.0 is supposed to be able to fix this BSY and 0 LBA problem. It costs USD500. Right now, another option is to look for people in the same region/country/city and lower the cost of the USD500. With enough people, it will be relatively cheaper instead of sending to data recovery companies who will charge and arm and a leg.
Then it is good bye Seagate.