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alexmirica

Seagate Barracuda ST1000DM000

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alexmirica    0

Hello folks,

My old Seagate Barracuda 1000TB ST1000DM000, PN: 9TS15E-570, FW: CC93 died suddenly, as many ill-fated Barracudas from all the world.

I connected the USB-TTL translator and accessed the HDD via Hyperterminal.

At power-up:
 

Rst 0x20M
Servo Processor Is Reset.
RW: Disc Ctlr Initialization Completed.

ExecuteSpinRequest

(P) SATA Reset

And does not react at CTRL+Z!

Removed the power, removed the PCV and mount back with a cardboard over the voice coils contacts, then power up:

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Rst 0x20M
Servo Processor Is Reset.
RW: Disc Ctlr Initialization Completed.

ExecuteSpinRequest

 FAIL Op=0100 Resp=0003
 FAIL Op=0100 Resp=0003
 FAIL Op=0100 Resp=0003
 FAIL Op=0100 Resp=0003
 FAIL Op=0100 Resp=0003
 FAIL Op=0100 Resp=0003
 FAIL Op=0100 Resp=0003
 FAIL Op=0100 Resp=0003
 FAIL Op=0100 Resp=0003
 FAIL Op=0100 Resp=0003
 FAIL Op=0100 Resp=0003
No HOST FIS-ReadyStatusFlags 2002B001

At Ctrl+Z the prompt comes, and I type:

Quote

ASCII Diag mode

F3 T>/2
F3 2>Z

Spin Down Complete
Elapsed Time 0.047 msecs
F3 2>

I removed the cardboard and typed:

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F3 2>/1

F3 1>N1

Init SMART Fail
LED:000000BC FAddr:00004C51
LED:000000BC FAddr:00004C51
LED:000000BC FAddr:00004C51
LED:000000BC FAddr:00004C51
LED:000000BC FAddr:00004C51
LED:000000BC FAddr:00004C51

this error displays endlessly.

Please help me to revive this drive. I searched over this forum and I didn't found any solution related to my drive.

Thank you very much in advance!

Alex.

 

Later edit: After that endlessly error, I powered down and again up the HDD and I got:

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Rst 0x20M
Servo Processor Is Reset.
RW: Disc Ctlr Initialization Completed.

ExecuteSpinRequest

No HOST FIS-ReadyStatusFlags 0002A1A5

Maybe this is relevant.

Thanks!

Edited by alexmirica

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alexmirica    0

Hello again,

No reply?

In the meanwhile, I dig over the Internet and I did a head defects check:

F3 T>/7

F3 7>X

Head 00 Resistance 00FB
Head 01 Resistance 0075
Head 02 Resistance 0186
Head 03 Resistance 014B

So, the heads are good.

Any suggestions?

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jaclaz    944

I have NO good news. :(

That disk is seemingly one of the "LP green" kind, it is NOT a "normal" 7200.11.

We do have a couple of threads about similar "LP green" Seagate's, here:
 


But you seem like being able to access terminal commands without the shorting, can you confirm it is a "LP green" device? :unsure: (there should be somethign on the label on the disk with

What were the actual symptoms BEFORE you started fiddling with it?

We have NO "definite", "detailed", "tested", "validated" methods, only some partial, often contrasting :ph34r: reports on the matter.

There is a report of success using a m0, etc. command BEFORE N1, but it is related to a 7200.12:
http://computersciencelabs.blogspot.it/2011/02/seagate-720012-sim-error-firmware-fault.html

and, on the other hand the previously linked to reports on MSFN say that doing that will likely brick (forever) the device so - a least for the moment - DO NOT EVEN think of running any m0, etc. command.

This here (still applies to 7200.12 and not necessarily to your device) - please use google translate or similar, from Russian:
http://hddhelp.com.ua/7200-12.htm

uses some V commands before the m0, etc. one, but again DO NOT attempt these until the device is identified.

jaclaz


 


 

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