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Thread: G1 equivalent for Seagate ST3500312CS

  1. #16
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    Re: G1 equivalent for Seagate ST3500312CS

    I had a hope of finding a solution on this forum:
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadou View Post
    For that you will need to start with L2, x1, A0. And for more things just try and read in Seagate commands in second level. As this will show you the password which is being used or which is set from beginning.
    I'm disappointed, this disk will end up in the trash, it is very sad ...
    Thank you anyway for your réponces. I remain at your disposal if you just another idea to solve my problem.
    Buldo

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    Re: G1 equivalent for Seagate ST3500312CS

    Quote Originally Posted by buldo View Post
    I had a hope of finding a solution on this forum:

    I'm disappointed, this disk will end up in the trash, it is very sad ...
    Thank you anyway for your réponces. I remain at your disposal if you just another idea to solve my problem.
    Buldo
    Have you tried using the PC-3000 for Windows UDMA tool that deals with drive restoration and its two critical steps: diagnosis and drive repair. You can check out what all hard drives does it support by reading from this pdf file.

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    Re: G1 equivalent for Seagate ST3500312CS

    My drive does not appear in the list and I have not pc-3000. Do you have another solution?

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    Re: G1 equivalent for Seagate ST3500312CS

    Quote Originally Posted by buldo View Post
    My drive does not appear in the list and I have not pc-3000. Do you have another solution?
    Have you tried booting by using a DOS floppy and then using debug.exe to enter the commands to the hard drive, but you would need to get Seagate's list of commands and only then you will be able to access the drive.

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    Re: G1 equivalent for Seagate ST3500312CS

    Where can I find a list of commands? the only way, for now, to have access to the disk it is through an RS232 cable in terminal mode.

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    Re: G1 equivalent for Seagate ST3500312CS

    Quote Originally Posted by buldo View Post
    Where can I find a list of commands? the only way, for now, to have access to the disk it is through an RS232 cable in terminal mode.
    Checkout some Seagate Terminal Commands by going to this post, which list most of the commands that can be useful for you.

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    Re: G1 equivalent for Seagate ST3500312CS

    thank you Einstein 007.
    when I write "Q" in the terminal C level, I will list the command accepted. But the command "Gx, y Read / Write critical component vendor Sector x = y = Sector Which vendor if not specified: read, specified: write B" does not exist! how to replace it to read the vendor track?
    What sector, look on what head this track? see my first post.

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