Gradius2

The Solution for Seagate 7200.11 HDDs

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is only an example how commercial solutions work. not to be done at home.

ok aviko, i am aware of this fact.

but i guess only few of us with this problem understand native polish language.....

therefore we follow(ed) Gradius2's version/solution.

but now is seems that there are main differences, for example, u say to skip the 'i4,1,22' command, also the POWER OFF, waiting 10secs and then POWER ON of the drive, which Gradiu2 says wouls be 'very important'......

since most of us are newbies, who are not familiar with all these commands and their function, we are somewhat confused.....

thanks

cmburns

because Gradius2 lost in translation information about it was only example how other tools work.

this will be funny (Polish version of Yura's guide):

Popatrzmy jak to robi pc3k ->

which literally means:

Let's look how pc3k doing this ->

I hope everything is clear now.

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aviko, many thanks for your help! I got the drive back working, copying data as we speak! going to leave the firmware upgrade until last just in case!!

i think i was just trying to rush the process, my advice to everyone else! take your time!

big thanks must go the gradius and the rest of the crew and everyone lese involved with determining a solution to this segate disaster!

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aviko, many thanks for your help! I got the drive back working, copying data as we speak! going to leave the firmware upgrade until last just in case!!

i think i was just trying to rush the process, my advice to everyone else! take your time!

big thanks must go the gradius and the rest of the crew and everyone lese involved with determining a solution to this segate disaster!

I am glad to be helpful. But the real credits belongs to okzo aka Yura, because everything I know about these drives, I know from him. And now? Who's real hero?

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I hope everything is clear now.

not quite:

you started to write to TechnoFreek from sratch the commands....

until this: 'now wake up drive with command U' everything is IDENTICAL with Gradius2

but then, you say:

/

then

F,,22

Gradius2 says after 'U' command:

/1

N1

/T

i4,1,22

power off..... wait 10 sec....power on drive

CTRL+Z

m0,2,2,,,,,22

he NEVER uses your 'F,,22' command....

which is the right/good one?!

do u understand my confusion?

thank you

cmburns

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aviko, should i execute this command or not:

F3 1>N1 (enter)

and also shouldn't i power off and then ON before this command:

F3 T>m0,2,2,,,,,22 (enter)

Thanks

skip N1, restore drive to defaults, then send m0,2,2,0,0,0,0,22

Hello avico, you are amazing, i restored my hard without a bit of data loss!

I don't know how to thank you, i wish you success in life

Visit this site for some amazing photos of nature:

http://www.glanzlichter.com/template/index...57/13/index.htm

I also thank you Gladius, thank you very much

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he NEVER uses your 'F,,22' command....

which is the right/good one?!

do u understand my confusion?

I am working in well known data recovery company in Poland since last 6 years. I have no idea about Gradius2 profession. Who you will believe?

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Hi.

Now I need help.

My ST3500320AS doesn't spin on anymore. This evening I wanted to try this workaround (busy mode) again. But after connecting the hd to the powersupply nothing happened.

In bios: 0MB, under OS X in the disk utility: 2 TB. ?!

I don't know how to go on. It is still impossible to get the "F3 T>" output in the terminal, just a ">".

Greetz

Jason

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Hi.

Now I need help.

My ST3500320AS doesn't spin on anymore. This evening I wanted to try this workaround (busy mode) again. But after connecting the hd to the powersupply nothing happened.

In bios: 0MB, under OS X in the disk utility: 2 TB. ?!

It seems that you burned motor ic, Im almost sure that you connect motor when pcb was not stopped and gives voltage to motor. Thats why I told its was really stupid to disconnect it, you will not know when motor is powered and when not.

Does drive making any sounds? (it can be really silent, just put ear on it and power on). Does drive says anything on terminal? Maybe something like this: Buzz Buzz Buzz if yes, it means that microprogram is trying to start motor but could not. Let me know.

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Who you will believe?

i 'believe' the one who has the right/working solution.....but this is not about belief, because this is not religion.....

now if i resume your 'path':

- isolation under connector to heads.

- power ON drive

- start hyperterminal

- CTRL+Z

- /2 (Enter)

- Z (Enter) >>>>>>> Spin Down Complete......

- remove isolation, fix HEX-Screw back to PCB

- U (Enter) >>>>>>> Spin Up Complete

- / (Enter)

- F,,22 (Enter)

- /1 (Enter)

- N1 (Enter)

- m0,2,2,,,,,22 (Enter) >>>>>>>>>>>>>> User Partition Format Successful

is this complete? is this i need to try? is there any error, did i forget anything?

thanks again!!

cmburns

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>> User Partition Format Successful

is this complete? is this i need to try? is there any error, did i forget anything?

I should be done. You can try spin down and spinup drive (from level 2>Z and then U) after it spins go back to T ( with /) then type F3 T>F712 (as I remember its was 712 in 500g) it should be 4 parameters last one CONGEN READ FROM MEDIA, 1 means drive reads properly parameters from platters and its really good. If its 0 send command F3 T>/2 and then F3 2>x1 and paste results here

if you not see CONGEN in F712 type F list will be long and CONGEN should be at position 716

@edit:

I dont have any drive from this family here at this moment to check on myself these commands, so everything I told was from my head. Sometimes I could be wrong.

I did a mistake in last command but Yura noticed me that. Now its fixed.

I see many people reading this thread now. I have to say everyone case is a little different and have to be studied separatelly. I really dont have time to help all of you. If you decide to repeat steps that I wrote to all above, please dont be mad if it will not work for you.

Thats why I really think it will be hard to develop universal solution which will work in ANY case.

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>> User Partition Format Successful

is this complete? is this i need to try? is there any error, did i forget anything?

I should be done. You can try spin down and spinup drive (from level 2>Z and then U) after it spins go back to T ( with /) then type F3 T>F712

i tried this on my TESTING DRIVE, since i will do all of this on my RAID drive after all possible 'pitfalls' are excluded.

if i type: 'F712' i get this:

===============================================================================

Byte:05A1: Expansion =

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

''

F3 T>

=============================================================================

which was the mistake in your last command?

so would this be all ok?

may i use the the 'path' of commands AS I WROTE in my last posting??

thank you again!

regards,

cmburns

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>> User Partition Format Successful

is this complete? is this i need to try? is there any error, did i forget anything?

I should be done. You can try spin down and spinup drive (from level 2>Z and then U) after it spins go back to T ( with /) then type F3 T>F712

i tried this on my TESTING DRIVE, since i will do all of this on my RAID drive after all possible 'pitfalls' are excluded.

if i type: 'F712' i get this:

===============================================================================

Byte:05A1: Expansion =

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

''

F3 T>

=============================================================================

which was the mistake in your last command?

so would this be all ok?

may i use the the 'path' of commands AS I WROTE in my last posting??

it seems that you testing on ES.2 (probably SN05) drive not on 7200.11, try just F without any numbers

just 2 things:

connect to terminal before you power up drive.

second:

- N1 (Enter)

- / <- you need to go back into T> (you are on 1>) level before sending next command

- m0,2,2,,,,,22 (Enter) >>>>>>>>>>>>>> User Partition Format Successful

that should be all.

If you have critical/sensitive/important data on your raid you really should consider visit in a professional DR company. Poland is not so far from you :) You were warned.

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aviko, from your experience is it safe to swap pcbs and run the firmware for those of us who are not good with electronics/coding?

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aviko, from your experience is it safe to swap pcbs and run the firmware for those of us who are not good with electronics/coding?

If you mean 7200.11/ES.2/Diamondmax22 series it will not work. Connect only pcb without hda to pc and recognize it in bios or any other software. there will be capacity 0mb but serial number should be visible. What is that mean? It means that individual for any single hdd data are stored on its own pcb. Unless you do some work (sorry i cant tell you in simple words how exactly you need to do) it will not work. Use your brain/google/help someone and consider do you really have experience and proper tools to do that.

@edit:

as I underestand you mean swap pcb from another hdd right? Or by swapping you mean removing its own and put back together due all above steps in solution.

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it seems that you testing on ES.2 (probably SN05) drive not on 7200.11, try just F without any numbers

i am on a ST3500320AS with firmware SD1A (it is already updated, since it is my experimenting-drive, on which i try all out to see if it works BEFORE i use it on my RAID drive.....

i typed only F

check this:

(it is too long to post it, not all is visible in the hyperterminal window!)

===============================================================================

Byte:0362: TraceBufferControlFlags1_18 = 00

Byte:0364: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_19 = 00

Byte:0365: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_19 = 00

Byte:0366: TraceBufferControlFlags1_19 = 00

Byte:0368: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_20 = 00

Byte:0369: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_20 = 00

Byte:036A: TraceBufferControlFlags1_20 = 00

Byte:036C: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_21 = 00

Byte:036D: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_21 = 00

Byte:036E: TraceBufferControlFlags1_21 = 00

Byte:0370: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_22 = 00

Byte:0371: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_22 = 00

Byte:0372: TraceBufferControlFlags1_22 = 00

Byte:0374: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_23 = 00

Byte:0375: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_23 = 00

Byte:0376: TraceBufferControlFlags1_23 = 00

Byte:0378: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_24 = 00

Byte:0379: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_24 = 00

Byte:037A: TraceBufferControlFlags1_24 = 00

Byte:037C: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_25 = 00

Byte:037D: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_25 = 00

Byte:037E: TraceBufferControlFlags1_25 = 00

Byte:0380: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_26 = 00

Byte:0381: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_26 = 00

Byte:0382: TraceBufferControlFlags1_26 = 00

Byte:0384: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_27 = 00

Byte:0385: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_27 = 00

Byte:0386: TraceBufferControlFlags1_27 = 00

Byte:0388: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_28 = 00

Byte:0389: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_28 = 00

Byte:038A: TraceBufferControlFlags1_28 = 00

Byte:038C: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_29 = 00

Byte:038D: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_29 = 00

Byte:038E: TraceBufferControlFlags1_29 = 00

Byte:0390: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_30 = 00

Byte:0391: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_30 = 00

Byte:0392: TraceBufferControlFlags1_30 = 00

Byte:0394: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_31 = 00

Byte:0395: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_31 = 00

Byte:0396: TraceBufferControlFlags1_31 = 00

Byte:0398: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_32 = 00

Byte:0399: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_32 = 00

Byte:039A: TraceBufferControlFlags1_32 = 00

Byte:039C: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_33 = 00

Byte:039D: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_33 = 00

Byte:039E: TraceBufferControlFlags1_33 = 00

Byte:03A0: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_34 = 00

Byte:03A1: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_34 = 00

Byte:03A2: TraceBufferControlFlags1_34 = 00

Byte:03A4: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_35 = 00

Byte:03A5: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_35 = 00

Byte:03A6: TraceBufferControlFlags1_35 = 00

Byte:03A8: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_36 = 00

Byte:03A9: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_36 = 00

Byte:03AA: TraceBufferControlFlags1_36 = 00

Byte:03AC: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_37 = 00

Byte:03AD: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_37 = 00

Byte:03AE: TraceBufferControlFlags1_37 = 00

Byte:03B0: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_38 = 00

Byte:03B1: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_38 = 00

Byte:03B2: TraceBufferControlFlags1_38 = 00

Byte:03B4: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_39 = 00

Byte:03B5: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_39 = 00

Byte:03B6: TraceBufferControlFlags1_39 = 00

Byte:03B8: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_40 = 00

Byte:03B9: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_40 = 00

Byte:03BA: TraceBufferControlFlags1_40 = 00

Byte:03BC: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_41 = 00

Byte:03BD: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_41 = 00

Byte:03BE: TraceBufferControlFlags1_41 = 00

Byte:03C0: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_42 = 00

Byte:03C1: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_42 = 00

Byte:03C2: TraceBufferControlFlags1_42 = 00

Byte:03C4: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_43 = 00

Byte:03C5: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_43 = 00

Byte:03C6: TraceBufferControlFlags1_43 = 00

Byte:03C8: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_44 = 00

Byte:03C9: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_44 = 00

Byte:03CA: TraceBufferControlFlags1_44 = 00

Byte:03CC: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_45 = 00

Byte:03CD: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_45 = 00

Byte:03CE: TraceBufferControlFlags1_45 = 00

Byte:03D0: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_46 = 00

Byte:03D1: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_46 = 00

Byte:03D2: TraceBufferControlFlags1_46 = 00

Byte:03D4: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_47 = 00

Byte:03D5: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_47 = 00

Byte:03D6: TraceBufferControlFlags1_47 = 00

Byte:03D8: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_48 = 00

Byte:03D9: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_48 = 00

Byte:03DA: TraceBufferControlFlags1_48 = 00

Byte:03DC: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_49 = 00

Byte:03DD: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_49 = 00

Byte:03DE: TraceBufferControlFlags1_49 = 00

Byte:03E0: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_50 = 00

Byte:03E1: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_50 = 00

Byte:03E2: TraceBufferControlFlags1_50 = 00

Byte:03E4: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_51 = 00

Byte:03E5: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_51 = 00

Byte:03E6: TraceBufferControlFlags1_51 = 00

Byte:03E8: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_52 = 00

Byte:03E9: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_52 = 00

Byte:03EA: TraceBufferControlFlags1_52 = 00

Byte:03EC: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_53 = 00

Byte:03ED: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_53 = 00

Byte:03EE: TraceBufferControlFlags1_53 = 00

Byte:03F0: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_54 = 00

Byte:03F1: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_54 = 00

Byte:03F2: TraceBufferControlFlags1_54 = 00

Byte:03F4: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_55 = 00

Byte:03F5: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_55 = 00

Byte:03F6: TraceBufferControlFlags1_55 = 00

Byte:03F8: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_56 = 00

Byte:03F9: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_56 = 00

Byte:03FA: TraceBufferControlFlags1_56 = 00

Byte:03FC: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_57 = 00

Byte:03FD: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_57 = 00

Byte:03FE: TraceBufferControlFlags1_57 = 00

Byte:0400: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_58 = 00

Byte:0401: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_58 = 00

Byte:0402: TraceBufferControlFlags1_58 = 00

Byte:0404: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_59 = 00

Byte:0405: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_59 = 00

Byte:0406: TraceBufferControlFlags1_59 = 00

Byte:0408: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_60 = 00

Byte:0409: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_60 = 00

Byte:040A: TraceBufferControlFlags1_60 = 00

Byte:040C: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_61 = 00

Byte:040D: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_61 = 00

Byte:040E: TraceBufferControlFlags1_61 = 00

Byte:0410: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_62 = 00

Byte:0411: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_62 = 00

Byte:0412: TraceBufferControlFlags1_62 = 00

Byte:0414: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_63 = 00

Byte:0415: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_63 = 00

Byte:0416: TraceBufferControlFlags1_63 = 00

Byte:0418: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_64 = 00

Byte:0419: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_64 = 00

Byte:041A: TraceBufferControlFlags1_64 = 00

Byte:041C: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_65 = 00

Byte:041D: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_65 = 00

Byte:041E: TraceBufferControlFlags1_65 = 00

Byte:0420: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_66 = 00

Byte:0421: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_66 = 00

Byte:0422: TraceBufferControlFlags1_66 = 00

Byte:0424: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_67 = 00

Byte:0425: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_67 = 00

Byte:0426: TraceBufferControlFlags1_67 = 00

Byte:0428: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_68 = 00

Byte:0429: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_68 = 00

Byte:042A: TraceBufferControlFlags1_68 = 00

Byte:042C: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_69 = 00

Byte:042D: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_69 = 00

Byte:042E: TraceBufferControlFlags1_69 = 00

Byte:0430: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_70 = 00

Byte:0431: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_70 = 00

Byte:0432: TraceBufferControlFlags1_70 = 00

Byte:0434: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_71 = 00

Byte:0435: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_71 = 00

Byte:0436: TraceBufferControlFlags1_71 = 00

Byte:0438: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_72 = 00

Byte:0439: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_72 = 00

Byte:043A: TraceBufferControlFlags1_72 = 00

Byte:043C: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_73 = 00

Byte:043D: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_73 = 00

Byte:043E: TraceBufferControlFlags1_73 = 00

Byte:0440: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_74 = 00

Byte:0441: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_74 = 00

Byte:0442: TraceBufferControlFlags1_74 = 00

Byte:0444: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_75 = 00

Byte:0445: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_75 = 00

Byte:0446: TraceBufferControlFlags1_75 = 00

Byte:0448: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksMSB_76 = 00

Byte:0449: MinimumAllocationInTraceBlocksLSB_76 = 00

Byte:044A: TraceBufferControlFlags1_76 = 00

Congen Mode Page

Congen Group

Byte:0450: NumDefaultATCyls = FF 3F

Byte:0452: NumDefaultATHeads = 10 00

Byte:0454: NumDefaultATSectors = 3F 00

Byte:0456: NumECCBytesForLongCmds = 04 00

Byte:0458: MaximumMultipleSize = 10

Byte:0459: LogicalSectorAlignment = 00

Byte:045A: PIOModeTiming = 00 02

Byte:045C: DMAModeTiming = 00 02

Byte:045E: NumCurrentATCyls = FF 3F

Byte:0460: NumCurrentATHeads = 10 00

Byte:0462: NumCurrentATSectors = 3F 00

Byte:0464: CurrentMultipleSize = 10 00

Byte:0466: MultiwordDMAModesSupported = 07

Byte:0466: Bit:0, MULTIWORD_DMA_MODE_0_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0466: Bit:1, MULTIWORD_DMA_MODE_1_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0466: Bit:2, MULTIWORD_DMA_MODE_2_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0467: UltraDMAModesSupported = 7F

Byte:0467: Bit:0, ULTRA_DMA_MODE0_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0467: Bit:1, ULTRA_DMA_MODE1_AND_BELOW_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0467: Bit:2, ULTRA_DMA_MODE2_AND_BELOW_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0467: Bit:3, ULTRA_DMA_MODE3_AND_BELOW_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0467: Bit:4, ULTRA_DMA_MODE4_AND_BELOW_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0467: Bit:5, ULTRA_DMA_MODE5_AND_BELOW_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0467: Bit:6, ULTRA_DMA_MODE6_AND_BELOW_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0468: AdvancedPIOModesSupported = 03 00

Byte:0468: Bit:0, PIO_MODE_3_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0468: Bit:1, PIO_MODE_4_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:046A: MinimumMultiwordDMACycleTime = 78 00

Byte:046C: RecommendedMultiwordDMACycleTime = 78 00

Byte:046E: MinimumPIOTimeWithoutFlowControl = 78 00

Byte:0470: MinimumPIOTimeWithFlowControl = 78 00

Byte:0472: QDepth = 1F 00

Byte:0474: SATACapabilities = 0E 05

Byte:0475: Bit:0, SATA_NCQ_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0475: Bit:1, HOST_INITIATED_PHY_POWER_MANAGEMENT_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0475: Bit:2, SATA_PHY_EVENT_COUNTERS_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0475: Bit:3, UNLOAD_WHILE_NCQ_CMDS_OUTSTANDING_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0475: Bit:4, NCQ_PRIORITY_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0478: SATAFeaturesSupported = 48 00

Byte:0478: Bit:2, DMA_AUTOACTIVATE_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0478: Bit:3, DEVICE_INITIATED_POWER_MANAGEMENT_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0478: Bit:6, PRESERVE_SETTINGS_ON_COMRESET_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:047A: SATAFeaturesEnabled = 40 00

Byte:047A: Bit:2, DMA_AUTOACTIVATE_ENABLED = 0

Byte:047A: Bit:3, DEVICE_INITIATED_POWER_MANAGEMENT_ENABLED = 0

Byte:047A: Bit:6, PRESERVE_SETTINGS_ON_COMRESET_ENABLED = 1

Byte:047C: MajorVersionNumber = F0 01

Byte:047C: Bit:1, ATAPI_1_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:047C: Bit:2, ATAPI_2_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:047C: Bit:3, ATAPI_3_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:047C: Bit:4, ATAPI_4_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:047C: Bit:5, ATAPI_5_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:047C: Bit:6, ATAPI_6_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:047C: Bit:7, ATAPI_7_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:047D: Bit:0, ATAPI_8_ACS_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:047E: MinorVersionNumber = 29 00

Byte:0480: CommandSetSupported = 6B 34

Byte:0480: Bit:0, SMART_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0480: Bit:1, SECURITY_MODE_FEATURE_SET_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0480: Bit:5, WRITE_CACHE_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0480: Bit:6, READ_LOOKAHEAD_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0481: Bit:2, HOST_PROTECTED_AREA_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0481: Bit:4, WRITE_BUFFER_CMD_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0481: Bit:5, READ_BUFFER_CMD_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0481: Bit:6, NOP_CMD_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0482: CommandSetsSupported = 01 7D

Byte:0482: Bit:1, READ_WRITE_DMA_QUEUED_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0482: Bit:3, ADVANCED_POWER_MANAGEMENT_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0482: Bit:5, POWER_UP_IN_STANDBY_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0482: Bit:6, SET_FEATURES_SPINUP_REQUIRED_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0483: Bit:0, SET_MAX_SECURITY_EXTENSION_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0483: Bit:1, AUTO_ACOUSTIC_MANAGEMENT_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0483: Bit:2, FOURTYEIGHT_BIT_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0483: Bit:3, DCO_COMMAND_SETS_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0483: Bit:4, FLUSH_CACHE_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0483: Bit:5, FLUSH_CACHE_EXT_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0484: CommandSetSupportedExtension = 23 41

Byte:0484: Bit:0, SMART_ERROR_LOGGING_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0484: Bit:1, SMART_SELF_TEST_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0484: Bit:2, MEDIA_SERIALNUMBER_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0484: Bit:4, STREAMING_FEATURE_SET_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0484: Bit:6, FUA_WRITE_EXT_COMMANDS_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0484: Bit:7, FUA_WRITE_QUEUED_EXT_COMMANDS_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0485: Bit:0, SIXTYFOUR_BIT_WWN_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0485: Bit:3, AV_LITE_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0485: Bit:4, AV_LITE_RC_WC_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0485: Bit:5, IDLE_IMMEDIATE_UNLOAD_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0486: CommandSetEnabled = 69 34

Byte:0486: Bit:0, SMART_ENABLED = 1

Byte:0486: Bit:1, SECURITY_MODE_FEATURE_SET_ENABLED = 0

Byte:0486: Bit:5, WRITE_CACHE_ENABLED = 1

Byte:0486: Bit:6, READ_LOOKAHEAD_ENABLED = 1

Byte:0487: Bit:2, HOST_PROTECTED_AREA_ENABLED = 1

Byte:0488: CommandSetsEnabled = 01 BC

Byte:0488: Bit:3, ADVANCED_POWER_MANAGEMENT_ENABLED = 0

Byte:0488: Bit:5, POWER_UP_IN_STANDBY_ENABLED = 0

Byte:0488: Bit:6, SET_FEATURES_SPINUP_REQUIRED_ENABLED = 0

Byte:0488: Bit:7, ADDRESS_OFFSET_RESERVED_AREA_BOOT = 0

Byte:0489: Bit:0, SET_MAX_SECURITY_EXTENSION_ENABLED = 0

Byte:0489: Bit:1, AUTO_ACOUSTIC_MANAGEMENT_ENABLED = 0

Byte:048A: CommandSetEnabledExtension = 23 41

Byte:048A: Bit:2, MEDIA_SERIALNUMBER_IS_VALID = 0

Byte:048B: Bit:3, AV_LITE_ENABLED = 0

Byte:048B: Bit:4, AV_LITE_RC_WC_ENABLED = 0

Byte:048C: FreeFallSensitivity = 44 00

Byte:048E: CurrentAPMValue = FE FE

Byte:0490: MasterPasswordRevisionCode = FE FF

Byte:0492: AcousticLevel = 00 FE

Byte:0494: StreamMinRequestSize = 00 00

Byte:0496: StreamXferTimeDMA = 00 00

Byte:0498: StreamAccessLatency = 00 00

Byte:049A: StreamPerformanceGranularity = 00 00 00 00

Byte:049E: StreamXferTimePIO = 00 00

Byte:04A0: Max512ByteUnitsPerDownloadMicrocode = 00 00

Byte:04A2: PhysicalLogicalSectorSize = 00 00

Byte:04A2: Bit:0, TWO_X_LOG_SECTORS_PER_PHY_SECTOR_B0 = 0

Byte:04A2: Bit:1, TWO_X_LOG_SECTORS_PER_PHY_SECTOR_B1 = 0

Byte:04A2: Bit:2, TWO_X_LOG_SECTORS_PER_PHY_SECTOR_B2 = 0

Byte:04A2: Bit:3, TWO_X_LOG_SECTORS_PER_PHY_SECTOR_B3 = 0

Byte:04A3: Bit:4, DEV_LOG_SEC_LEN_GREATER_THAN_256W = 0

Byte:04A3: Bit:5, DEV_HAS_MUL_LOG_SECTORS_PER_PHY_SECTOR = 0

Byte:04A4: AVLiteWorstCaseTimer = 00 00

Byte:04A6: WordsPerLogicalSector = 00 00 00 00

Byte:04AA: ATACommandSetSupportedExt2 = 0E 40

Byte:04AA: Bit:1, WRITE_READ_VERIFY_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:04AA: Bit:2, WRITE_UNCORRECTABLE_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:04AA: Bit:3, READ_AND_WRITE_DMA_EXP_GPL_COMMANDS_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:04AA: Bit:5, FREEFALL_SENSOR_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:04AC: ATACommandSetEnabledExt2 = 08 40

Byte:04AC: Bit:1, WRITE_READ_VERIFY_ENABLED = 0

Byte:04AC: Bit:3, READ_AND_WRITE_DMA_EXP_GPL_COMMANDS_ENABLED = 1

Byte:04AC: Bit:5, FREEFALL_SENSOR_ENABLED_BY_DEFAULT = 0

Byte:04AE: ATATransportMajorRevisionNumber = 08 10

Byte:04B0: ATATransportMinorRevisionNumber = 00 00

Byte:04B2: ATSMARTDefaultFlags = 01 00

Byte:04B2: Bit:0, SMARTDEFAULTON = 1

Byte:04B4: ATSMARTConfig =

0F 00 06 00 03 00 00 00 32 00 14 00 33 00 24 00

0F 00 1E 00 32 00 00 00 13 00 61 00 32 00 14 00

32 00 00 00 3A 00 00 00 22 00 2D 00 32 00 00 00

32 00 00 00 32 00 00 00 22 00 00 00 1A 00 00 00

12 00 00 00 10 00 00 00 3E 00 00 00 32 00 63 00

32 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

00 00 00 00 32 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

Byte:04B4: SMART1Status = 0F 00

Byte:04B6: SMART1Threshold = 06

Byte:04B8: SMART2Status = 03 00

Byte:04BA: SMART2Threshold = 00

Byte:04BC: SMART3Status = 32 00

Byte:04BE: SMART3Threshold = 14

Byte:04C0: SMART4Status = 33 00

Byte:04C2: SMART4Threshold = 24

Byte:04C4: SMART5Status = 0F 00

Byte:04C6: SMART5Threshold = 1E

Byte:04C8: SMART6Status = 32 00

Byte:04CA: SMART6Threshold = 00

Byte:04CC: SMART7Status = 13 00

Byte:04CE: SMART7Threshold = 61

Byte:04D0: SMART8Status = 32 00

Byte:04D2: SMART8Threshold = 14

Byte:04D4: SMART9Status = 32 00

Byte:04D6: SMART9Threshold = 00

Byte:04D8: SMART10Status = 3A 00

Byte:04DA: SMART10Threshold = 00

Byte:04DC: SMART11Status = 22 00

Byte:04DE: SMART11Threshold = 2D

Byte:04E0: SMART12Status = 32 00

Byte:04E2: SMART12Threshold = 00

Byte:04E4: SMART13Status = 32 00

Byte:04E6: SMART13Threshold = 00

Byte:04E8: SMART14Status = 32 00

Byte:04EA: SMART14Threshold = 00

Byte:04EC: SMART15Status = 22 00

Byte:04EE: SMART15Threshold = 00

Byte:04F0: SMART16Status = 1A 00

Byte:04F2: SMART16Threshold = 00

Byte:04F4: SMART17Status = 12 00

Byte:04F6: SMART17Threshold = 00

Byte:04F8: SMART18Status = 10 00

Byte:04FA: SMART18Threshold = 00

Byte:04FC: SMART19Status = 3E 00

Byte:04FE: SMART19Threshold = 00

Byte:0500: SMART20Status = 32 00

Byte:0502: SMART20Threshold = 63

Byte:0504: SMART21Status = 32 00

Byte:0506: SMART21Threshold = 00

Byte:0508: SMART22Status = 00 00

Byte:050A: SMART22Threshold = 00

Byte:050C: SMART23Status = 00 00

Byte:050E: SMART23Threshold = 00

Byte:0510: SMART24Status = 00 00

Byte:0512: SMART24Threshold = 00

Byte:0514: SMART25Status = 00 00

Byte:0516: SMART25Threshold = 00

Byte:0518: SMART26Status = 32 00

Byte:051A: SMART26Threshold = 00

Byte:051C: SMART27Status = 00 00

Byte:051E: SMART27Threshold = 00

Byte:0520: SMART28Status = 00 00

Byte:0522: SMART28Threshold = 00

Byte:0524: SMART29Status = 00 00

Byte:0526: SMART29Threshold = 00

Byte:0528: SMART30Status = 00 00

Byte:052A: SMART30Threshold = 00

Byte:052E: SCTCommandSetSupported = 3B 10

Byte:052E: Bit:0, SCT_SUPPORTED_COMMAND_SET = 1

Byte:052E: Bit:1, SCT_SUPPORTED_LONG_SECTOR_ACCESS = 1

Byte:052E: Bit:2, SCT_SUPPORTED_LBA_SEGMENT_ACCESS = 0

Byte:052E: Bit:3, SCT_SUPPORTED_ERROR_RECOVERY_CONTROL = 1

Byte:052E: Bit:4, SCT_SUPPORTED_FEATURES_CONTROL = 1

Byte:052E: Bit:5, SCT_SUPPORTED_DATA_TABLE = 1

Byte:0530: SCTFanControlMaxOperatingTemp = 00

Byte:0531: SCTFanControlOverRangeTemp = 00

Byte:0532: SCTFanControlUnderRangeTemp = 00

Byte:0533: SCTFanControlMinOperatingTemp = 00

Byte:0534: SCTVendorFlags = 04 00

Byte:0534: Bit:0, SCT_VENDORFLAGS_SEATOOLS = 0

Byte:0534: Bit:1, SCT_VENDORFLAGS_WRITE_SAME = 0

Byte:0534: Bit:2, SCT_VENDORFLAGS_CORRECTABLE_BIT = 1

Byte:0535: Bit:7, SCT_VENDORFLAGS_DEBUG_MODE = 0

Byte:0536: SCTTimerReadDefault = 00 00

Byte:0538: SCTTimerWriteDefault = 00 00

Byte:053A: SCTTenMsecCount = 00

Byte:053B: SCTPerformanceFlags = 00

Byte:053C: SCTTempDataTableSize = 80 00

Byte:053E: SCTSamplingPeriod = 01 00

Byte:0540: SCTInterval = 01 00

Byte:0542: ATAPadSlewRate = 00

Byte:0543: ATAIORDYPadControl = 00

Byte:0544: PreampHotTweak = 00

Byte:0545: PreampColdTweak = 00

Byte:0546: LubeMitigationRetries = 00 00

Byte:0548: LengthOfWriteSpaceToFlush = 00 00

Byte:054A: LengthOfWriteCommandToTriggerFlush = 00 00

Byte:054C: NDSLBAThresholdA = 00 00

Byte:054E: NDSLBAThresholdB = 00 00

Byte:0550: NDSPartitionDependencies = 00 00

Byte:0552: NDSODOffsetConfig = 00

Byte:0553: NDSIDOffsetConfig = 00

Byte:0554: APMTimer1mSec = 40 04

Byte:0556: APMTimer2mSec = 00 15

Byte:0558: APMStandByTimer = 20 00

Byte:055A: APMTimerForDither = 2C 01

Byte:055C: ReadDelayMinimum = 00

Byte:055D: WriteDelayMinimum = 00

Byte:055E: WriteDelayIncremental = 00

Byte:055F: ReadDelayIncremental = 00

Byte:0560: FeatureFlags = 80 A0 00 18

Byte:0560: Bit:0, WRITE_CONFIG_DATA_TO_FLASH = 0

Byte:0560: Bit:1, SPINUP_WRITE_FAULT_THRESHOLDS_ENABLED = 0

Byte:0560: Bit:2, IOEDC_CHECK_ENABLED = 0

Byte:0560: Bit:3, IOEDC_ERROR_ENABLED = 0

Byte:0560: Bit:4, DOWNLOAD_MICROCODE_FUTURE_USE_ONLY = 0

Byte:0560: Bit:5, SUPPRESS_SERIAL_PORT_PRINTS = 0

Byte:0560: Bit:6, DRQ_CLEAR_ON_PIO_READ_ERR_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0560: Bit:7, OFFLINE_SEEK_AWAY = 1

Byte:0561: Bit:0, DELAY_SLEEP_STANDBY_CMDCOMPLETE = 0

Byte:0561: Bit:1, IDLE_IMMEDIATE_UNLOAD_EMERGENCY = 0

Byte:0561: Bit:2, ENABLE_ALLOW_RAW_ERROR_RATE_UPDATE = 0

Byte:0561: Bit:3, OP_SHOCK_DETECTION_ENABLED = 0

Byte:0561: Bit:4, LOG99_CONTROL = 0

Byte:0561: Bit:5, READ_WRITE_LONG_EXTENDED_ENABLED = 1

Byte:0561: Bit:6, WRITE_REORDERING_DISABLED = 0

Byte:0561: Bit:7, ALLOW_AAM_FEATURE_SET = 1

Byte:0562: Bit:0, DATA_LOG_ENABLED = 0

Byte:0562: Bit:1, HOST_STREAM_RECORD_FIRST_ERROR_BLOCK = 0

Byte:0562: Bit:2, SAVE_ATA_COMMAND_HISTORY_TO_DISC = 0

Byte:0562: Bit:3, EIB_ON_POWERUP = 0

Byte:0562: Bit:4, LEFT_JUSTIFY_SERIAL_NUMBER = 0

Byte:0562: Bit:5, SUN_MICRO_MODEL_NUMBER_UPDATE = 0

Byte:0562: Bit:6, REVERTING_TO_POWER_ON_DEFAULTS_SUPPORTED = 0

Byte:0562: Bit:7, RIGHT_JUSTIFY_FIRMWARE_REVISION = 0

Byte:0563: Bit:0, SEGMENT_INITIALIZED = 0

Byte:0563: Bit:1, DISPLAY_SMART_COMMANDS_ON_SERIAL_PORT_ENABLED = 0

Byte:0563: Bit:2, DISABLE_SMART_AUTO_UPDATES = 0

Byte:0563: Bit:3, DISABLE_LEGACY_READ_WRITE_LONG = 1

Byte:0563: Bit:4, VERSION_ENFORCEMENT_SUPPORTED = 1

Byte:0564: PerformanceFlags = 00 3F

Byte:0564: Bit:0, REDUCED_RAW_TRANSITION_FLUSH = 0

Byte:0564: Bit:1, REDUCED_AV_RETRIES = 0

Byte:0564: Bit:5, ZERO_LATENCY_RD_ENABLED = 0

Byte:0565: Bit:0, DAR_ENABLED = 1

Byte:0565: Bit:1, OFFLINE_SPARING_ENABLED = 1

Byte:0565: Bit:2, JIT3 = 1

Byte:0565: Bit:3, JIT2 = 1

Byte:0565: Bit:4, JIT1 = 1

Byte:0565: Bit:5, JIT0 = 1

Byte:0565: Bit:6, DISABLE_IDLE_ACTIVITY = 0

Byte:0566: AggressivelyScanThisManyTimes = 00 00

Byte:0568: LongSeekEventTime = FF FF

Byte:056A: SleepStandbyDelay = 00 00

Byte:056C: CustomerUniques = 00 00 00 00

Byte:0570: CustomerType = 00 00 00 00

Byte:0574: AdditionalSATAFeatureConfig = 0F 06 00 00

Byte:0574: Bit:0, SATA_FORCE_EARLY_STATUS = 1

Byte:0574: Bit:1, SATA_EARLY_STATUS_FORCE_COMRESET = 1

Byte:0574: Bit:2, SATA_INTRACOMMAND_PHY_MANAGEMENT_ENABLED = 1

Byte:0574: Bit:3, SATA_ENABLE_PHY_PM_CALIBRATION = 1

Byte:0574: Bit:4, SATA_ENABLE_SPI_VIS_MODE = 0

Byte:0574: Bit:5, SATA_ENABLE_RERR_TESTING = 0

Byte:0574: Bit:6, SATA_ENABLE_SSC = 0

Byte:0574: Bit:7, SATA_EYEQ_TEST = 0

Byte:0575: Bit:0, SATA_DISABLE_PRIMITIVE_SCRAMBLING = 0

Byte:0575: Bit:1, SATA_ULTRA_AGGRESSIVE_INTER_COMMAND_PHY_SUPPORTED =

1

Byte:0575: Bit:2, SATA_ULTRA_AGGRESSIVE_INTRA_COMMAND_PHY_SUPPORTED =

1

Byte:0578: FactoryODScanMBytes = 00 00

Byte:057A: FactoryIDScanMBytes = 00 00

Byte:057C: MaxDSTSelfTestTime = CE 18

Byte:057E: DSTShortTestTimeLimit = 3C 00

Byte:0580: BootFlagsForROM = 02 00

Byte:0580: Bit:0, BOOT_FLAG_POWER_ON_IN_STANDBY = 0

Byte:0580: Bit:1, BOOT_FLAG_PARTIAL_OOB = 1

Byte:0580: Bit:2, USE_SMALL_ID_FORMAT = 0

Byte:0580: Bit:3, LOW_CURRENT_SPINUP = 0

Byte:0582: LastCongenWriteCaller = 00 00

Byte:0584: HostStreamJumpSizeInSectors = 00 00

Byte:0586: HostStreamTotalJumpSteps = 00

Byte:0587: SerialDebugLevel = 00

Byte:0588: DefaultStandbyTimer = 00

Byte:0589: ATAInterSectorTime = 08

Byte:058A: StandbyDelayBeforePostingStatus = 05 00

Byte:058C: StandbyPostingStatusFlags = 00 00

Byte:058C: Bit:0, ENABLE_WAIT_FOR_DRIVE_SPINDOWN_BEFORE_POSTING_STATUS

_AFTER_STANDBY = 0

Byte:058C: Bit:1, ENABLE_HEADS_ON_RAMP_BEFORE_POSTING_STATUS_AFTER_STA

NDBY = 0

Byte:058C: Bit:2, ENABLE_DELAY_BEFORE_POSTING_STATUS_AFTER_STANDBY = 0

Byte:058F: LTTCPowerOnHours = 0A

Byte:0590: DebugAddress0 = 00 00 00 00

Byte:0594: DebugValue0 = 00 00 00 00

Byte:0598: DebugAddress1 = 00 00 00 00

Byte:059C: DebugValue1 = 00 00 00 00

Byte:05A0: Bit:0, EIB_WRT_MSG_ENABLE = 0

Byte:05A0: Bit:1, EIB_SWD_MSG_ENABLE = 0

Byte:05A0: Bit:2, EIB_SIM_MSG_ENABLE = 0

Byte:05A0: Bit:3, EIB_DEBUG_MSG_ENABLE = 0

Byte:05A1: Expansion =

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

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if my drive is 'visible' for BIOS but with SIZE 0MB, then only the command 'm0,2,2,0,0,0,0,22' (Enter) is needed, right? no other command before this would be needed.

i type this in T level (= F3 T>)?

thx

regards

cmburns

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