Well, maybe there is need to type this slowly so I will do so
If you have a BSY or LBA0 then you are in the right place, as this thread is RESERVED ONLY to a possible solution to BSY or LBA0 problem.
A drive suffering from BSY or LBA0 spins up normally.
If a drive does not spin up, it is NOT in BSY or LBA0, and if you want help with it you should START A NEW THREAD about your issue (which is NOT a BSY or LBA0 problem and - as such - does not belong here).
It well possible that your disk is suffering from ANOTHER problem that prevents it from spinning up and that causes ADDITIONALLY a BSY or LBA0 problem, but since the only known solution, talked about in this thread is about a disk that IS spinning normally AND can ONLY work on a disk that is spinning, it makes NO sense trying to find similarities, as until (and if) your disk won't spin the proposed solution won't simply work.
Now you are perfectly free insisting on posting on this thread, but what you will likely get is - besides upsetting the people that would otherwise most probably try and help you - simply making this already confused and long thread more confused and longer.
Q. I hit a curb with my car. The alloy wheel is in pieces, and the tire is flat. How can I repair the tire so that I can drive the car home?
A. You need to fix or replace the wheel before repairing the tire.
R. But the noise the car makes is very similar to that of a flat tire.
A. Yes, but you still need to fix the wheel as a tire won't inflate or remain inflated on an alloy wheel that is broken in pieces.
This post has been edited by jaclaz: 15 September 2012 - 09:36 AM