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Seagate 7200.10 320GB ST332062AS BSY

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Hello

I have a problem with my HDD it’s”

Seagate 7200.10

320GB

S/N: 9QF6QWAD

ST3320620AS

P/N: 9BJ14G-308

FW: 3.AAK

DC: 08083

S.C.: TK

Chip: LSI TTB4398A0

A few days ago, HDD work and the next day it was detected by BIOS and Sys (win7 64bit) but I could’t access to files. After restarting, PC barely passed the POST and hung on system start up for some time. When I go to "My Computer" there was no partitions of ST3320620AS – Windows doesn’t detect it. I have checked this HDD on another PC and the same problem appeared.

The behavior of this HDD is the same as if he have a problem with BSY or SAMRT but it is detected by bios(320GB).

Month or two ago I Ihad a problem with a different HDD it was Seagate 7200.11 500GB. I fixed it by using the RS232->TLL terminal http://sites.google.com/site/seagatefix/Home

ON ST3320620AS I tried to use

My link

My link

but no result

Log from Terminal

Reset

8192k x 16 DRAM

GALAXY - 1_Disk S-7A 12-08-06_16:32

Buzz HM SFI

!

(P)SATA Reset

carve writes(H)SATA Reset

carve writesAT Er 00 Nwt Er 37 RdWr 0c74d.01.0006

ATA St 80 Er 01 Op 00 0,0000/0/00,00 01 00

Niwot: 97f29ff7 b8 97f29ff7.3.640 0000 005f 0000 0000

DiskAccess ReadSector EC=43 at 00c74d.01.0006

CE Log ErrCode=37 LBA=116afb24 Type=5 Add To Pending 116afb24

AT Er 00 Nwt Er 37 RdWr 0c74d.01.000a

ATA St 80 Er 01 Op 00 0,0000/0/00,00 01 00

Niwot: 9ff79ff7 b8 9ff79ff7.3.640 0000 005f 0000 0000

DiskAccess ReadSector EC=43 at 00c74d.01.000a

CE Log ErrCode=37 LBA=116afb28 Type=5 Add To Pending 116afb28

AT Er 00 Nwt Er 37 RdWr 0c74d.01.000b

ATA St 80 Er 01 Op 00 0,0000/0/00,00 01 00

Niwot: 9ff79ff7 b8 9ff79ff7.3.640 0000 005f 0000 0000

DiskAccess ReadSector EC=43 at 00c74d.01.000b

CE Log ErrCode=37 LBA=116afb29 Type=5 Add To Pending 116afb29

AT Er 00 Nwt Er 37 RdWr 0c74d.01.000e

ATA St 80 Er 01 Op 00 0,0000/0/00,00 01 00

Niwot: 9ff79ff7 b8 9ff79ff7.3.640 0000 005f 0000 0000

DiskAccess ReadSector EC=43 at 00c74d.01.000e

CE Log ErrCode=37 LBA=116afb2c Type=5 Add To Pending 116afb2c

AT Er 00 Nwt Er 37 RdWr 0c74d.01.0017

ATA St 80 Er 01 Op 00 0,0000/0/00,00 01 00

Niwot: 9ff79ff7 b8 9ff79ff7.3.640 0000 005f 0000 0000

DiskAccess ReadSector EC=43 at 00c74d.01.0017

it goes to

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Does anyone know how to solve the problem with this HDD?

What does the LOG from terminal means?

Right now I’m trying to get new PCB mayby it helps.

I need to recover the date from this HDD.

Thanks in advance for your help

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Looks like "read errors" and pending sector reallocation based on the logs. I would suspect heads or possible platter damage. I haven't seen anything less than 500GB myself with the BUSY or LB0 issues. I would suspect the "smart" is tripped. Have you ran the Seagate Seatools on this drive ? That will tell if smart is tripped however I don't think a PCB will solve this one.

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After Seatool long test i got this.

20120419003.jpg

What does that mean for me and my HDD?

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Failing tests = time to replace the drive with a new one

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You can try the GNU ddrescue http://www.gnu.org/software/ddrescue/ddrescue.html to see if you can get an image of the drive to another drive the same size or larger then attempt data recovery with r-studio on the Image. Otherwise with the read errors a PRO Data recovery imaging tool "hardware based" may be needed for recovery

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