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This book is written by Ann Leflore with great Hitachi/IBM data recovery knowledge, tips and case studies and will definitely add to your hitachi data recovery success rate.

This book is written by Ann Leflore with great Hitachi/IBM data recovery knowledge, tips and case studies and will definitely add to your hitachi data recovery success rate.

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  • 1. Where to buy: http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/storeCopyright Notice iDedication iiiIllustrations xiPreface xiiiAcknowledgments xvIntroduction xviiSection 1: Supported Hard Drives Hitachi/IBM 2.5 and 3.5 11.1 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM - DJNA: 11.2 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – DPTA: 21.3 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – DTLA: 21.4 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – AVER: 31.5 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – AVVA: 31.6 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – AVVN: 41.7 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – AVV2: 41.8 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM - VLAT 41.9 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – PLAT 41.10 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM - KLAT 51.11 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM - DLAT 51.12 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM - DARA 51.13 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM - DJSA 51.14 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – VLA3 61.15 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – PLA3 61.16 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – DLA3 61.17 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – GLAT 61.18 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – SLA3 61.19 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – GLA3 61.20 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – KLSA 71.21 Model 3.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – VLSA 71.22 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – DKLA 71.23 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – DYLA 71.24 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – DADA 71.25 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – DTCA 7Section 1: Supported Hard Drives Hitachi/IBM 3.5 and 2.5 Cont. 7 1 Data Recovery Salon| http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk
  • 2. Where to buy: http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/store1.26 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – DBCA 81.27 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – DCYA 81.28 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM - ATDA 81.29 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM - ATCS 81.30 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – ATM0 91.31 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – ATMR 91.32 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 4250 91.33 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 4210 91.34 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 4212 91.35 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 5412 101.36 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 5416 101.37 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 5425 101.38 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 5432 111.39 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 5450 111.40 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 5480 111.41 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 7260 111.42 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 4240 121.43 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 5410 121.44 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 7210 121.45 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 7220 131.46 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 7232 131.47 Model 2.5 HDD Hitachi/IBM – 7250 13Section 2: Load Management 15Section 2.1: HDD FAMILY 2.5” AND 3.5” 16Section: 2.1.1: 2.5” HDD Family: 16Section 2.2: HDD LOAD: 17Section 2.2.1: Load from HDD: 17Section 2.2.2: Load from File: 18Section 2.2.3 : SA-A/ SA-C Switch: 18Section 2.2.4: Procedure to set HDD to SA-C Factory mode: 18Section 2.2.4: Procedure to set HDD to SA-C Factory mode cont.: 18Section 2.2.5: Setting Hitachi HDD to safe mode: 19Section 2.2.5: Setting Hitachi HDD to safe mode cont.: 19Section 2.2.6: Procedure to set Hitachi HDD From Factory Safe Mode SA-CBack to Master Mode SA-A: 20 2 Data Recovery Salon| http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk
  • 3. Where to buy: http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/storeSection 2.3: Head Number: 21Section 2.3.1: Head number: 21Section 2.3.2: FW Access Method: 21Section 2.3.3: By Single Sector: 21Section 2.4: Access Instruction: 22Section 2.4.1: FW Access Instr.: 22Section 2.4.2: NV Access Instr.: 22Section 2.4.3: Current Instruction: 22Section 2.4.4: Working with non supporting HDD: 23Section 2.5: Select Working SA: 23Section 2.5.1: SA-A: 23Section 2.5.2: SA-B: 23Section 2.5.3: SA-C: 24Section 2.6: User Information: 24Section 2.6.1: Username: 24Section 2.6.2: Product Number: 24Section 2.7: HDD ID: 24Section 2.8: Working Directory: 25Section 2.9: Power Buttons: 25Section 3: Read FW 27Section 3.1: Module List: 28Section 3.2: Operation Functions: 28Section 3.2.1: Read: 28Section 3.2.2: All: 28Section 3.2.3: None: 28Section 3.3: Module Display Panel: 29Section 3.4: Module Error Display Panel: 29Section 3.5: UBA: 30Section 3.6: Module Reading and Editing: 30Section 4: Update FW: 31Section 4.1: Module List: 32Section 4.2: Upload Options: 32Section 4.2.1: Upload: 32 3 Data Recovery Salon| http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk
  • 4. Where to buy: http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/storeSection 4.2.2: All: 33Section 4.2.3: None: 33Section 4.3: Module Error Display Panel: 33Section 4.4: UBA 33Section 4.5: Select Directory: 34Section 5: FW Diagnosis 35Section 5.1: Module List: 36Section 5.2: Function Keys: 36Section 5.2.1: Diagnosis: 36Section 5.2.2: All: 36Section 5.2.3: None: 36Section 5.3: Error Display Panels: 37Section 6: Defects Operations 39Section 6.1: Display Panel: 40Section 6.2: Function keys: 40Section 6.2.1: View G-List: 40Section 6.2.2: View P-List: 41Section 6.2.3: G-List to P-List: 41Section 6.2.4: Clear G-List: 41Section 6.2.5: Clear P-List: 41Section 6.2.6: LBA > P-List: 41Section 6.2.7: Defects to P-List: 41Section 6.3: Defects Reallocation: 42Section 6.3.1: Initial LBA: 42Section 6.3.2: Final LBA: 42Section 6.3.3: Timeout (MB): 42Section 6.3.4: Current LBA: 42Section 6.3.4: Revealed LBA: 42Section 6.4: Initialization Scan Process: 42Section 6.4.1: Surface Scan: 42Section 6.4.2: Stop Scan: 42Section 6.4.3: Defects to P-List: 43Section 6.4.4: Zerofill: 43 4 Data Recovery Salon| http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk
  • 5. Where to buy: http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/storeSection 6.4.5: Stop Zerofill: 43Section 6.5: Time: 43Section 6.5.1: Start Time: 43Section 6.5.2: Ending Time: 43Section 7: NVRAM Operations 45Section 7.1: NVRAM Function Buttons: 46Section 7.1.1: Read NVRAM: 46Section 7.1.2: Read NVRAM from SA: 46Section 7.1.3: Update NVRAM: 46Section 7.1.4: Edit NVRAM: 46Section 7.1.5: Read ROM: 46Section 7.1.6: Dynamic Repair: 46Section 7.2: NVRAM Recovery: 47Section 7.3: Recover of Service Area Adaptive Parameters: 47Section 7.3.1: Base Value: 47Section 7.3.2: HDD Power Delay (ms): 47Section 7.3.3: Increment: 47Section 7.3.4: HDD Readiness Delay (ms): 48Section 7.3.5: Current Value: 48Section 7.3.6: Quick Search: 48Section 7.3.7: Delay Test: 48Section 7.3.8: Start Time: 48Section 7.3.9: Current Time: 48Section 7.4: Recover of Data Area Adaptive Parameters: 49Section 7.4.1: Base Value: 49Section 7.4.2: HDD Power Delay (ms): 49Section 7.4.3: Increments: 49Section 7.4.4: HDD Readiness Delay (ms): 49Section 7.4.5: Current Value: 49Section 7.4.6: Quick Search: 49Section 7.4.7: Slow Search: 50Section 7.4.8: Stop: 50Section 8: Heads Operations 53 5 Data Recovery Salon| http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk
  • 6. Where to buy: http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/storeSection 8.1: Head Map: 54Section 8.1.1: View Head Map: 54Section 8.1.2: Save 54Section 8.2: Heads: 54Section 9: RAM Operations 55Section 9.1: RAM Operations: 56Section 10: Selfscan 57Section 10.1: Selfscan Operations: 58Section 10.1.1: Start: 58Section 10.1.2: Stop 58Section 11: Other Operations 59Section 11.1: HDD Configuration: 60Section 11.1.1: Modify Model: 60Section 11.1.2: Modify Serial: 60Section 11.1.3: Modify LBA: 60Section 11.2: Check Update: 60Section 11.2.2: Check Update: 60Section 11.3: Other: 61Section 11.3.1: Reset Smart: 61Section 11.3.2: Initialize SMART: 61Section 11.3.3: Initialize DDD: 61Section 11.4: Motor Control: 61Section 11.4.1: Stop Motor: 61Section 11.4.2: Start Motor: 61Section 11.5: Power Control: 61Section 11.5.1: Power Off: 61Section: 11.5.2: Power Reset: 62Section: 11.5.3: Power On: 62Section 11.6: View SMART Attributes: 62Section 11.6.1: Attribute ID: 62Section 11.6.2: Raw Value: 62 6 Data Recovery Salon| http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk
  • 7. Where to buy: http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/storeSection 11.6.3: Attribute Value: 62Section 11.6.4: Worst Value: 62Section 11.6.5: Attribute Threshold: 62Section 12: Power Monitor 63Section 12.1: Status Indicators: 64Section 12.1.1: 5v Input: 64Section 12.1.2: 5v Output: 64Section 12.1.3: 5v Current: 64Section 12.1.4: 12v Input: 64Section 12.1.5: 12v Output: 64Section 12.1.6: 12v Current: 64Section 12.1.7: Status: 64Section 13: View Sector 65Section 13.1 Sector View: 66Section 13.1.1 Offset: 66Section 13.1.2: Initial Sector: 66Section 13.1.3: View: 66Section 13.1.4: Previous: 66Section 13.1.5: Next: 66Sector 13.1.6: Write to Disk: 66Section 14: About Us 67Index: 69Copyright Notice iDedication iiiIllustrations viiPreface ixAcknowledgments xiIntroduction xiiiAppendix 1: Introduction to the Hitachi/IBM HDD: 1Appendix 1.1: SA Module Recording Native Hitachi: 2 7 Data Recovery Salon| http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk
  • 8. Where to buy: http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/storeAppendix 1.2: Terminal Mode: 3Appendix 1.3: Hitachi/IBM Architecture Review HGST: 3Appendix 1.4: Compatibility of PCB: 4Appendix 1.5: Diagnostics Procedures: 4Appendix 1.5.1: Determining Electronic Failure: 5Appendix 1.5.2: Mechanical Failure: 5Appendix 1.5.3: DeskStar HDD: 6Appendix 1.5.4: PCB Failure: 6Appendix 1.5.5: HDD Clicking or Knocking: 6Appendix 1.5.6: Platter Damage or Heads Sticktion: 7Appendix 2: Service Area Modules: 9Appendix 2.1: Module listing (Closed) in Hitachi/IBM 3.5” HDD: 10Appendix 2.2: Module listing (Open) in Hitachi/IBM 3.5” HDD 10Appendix 2.3: Module listing (Closed) in Hitachi/IBM 2.5” HDD: 11Appendix 2.4: Hitachi/IBM Modules listing and UBA ID: 12Appendix 2.5: Identification of Modules in SA: 13Appendix 3: NVRAM 15Appendix 3.1: NVRAM Configuration: 16Appendix 3.2: Identifying Compatible NVRAM Donor File: 16Appendix 3.3: Dynamic Repair: 17Appends 3.4: NVRAM Structure: 18Appendix 4: SA-C: 19Appendix 4.1: HDD Working in SA-C: 20Appendix 4.2: Set Hitachi HDD to Factory Safe Mode: 21Appendix 4.2.1: Jumper Setting for Hitachi HDD Safe Mode: 22Appendix 4.3: Set Hitachi HDD from Factory Safe Mode to Normal Mode: 23Appendix 5: Identify HDD Model Number: 25Appendix 6: Password Removal 27Appendix 6.1: Unlocking the PW on Hitachi 2.5” HDD Model 7220: 28Appendix 6.2: Unlocking the PW on Hitachi 2.5” HDD Model 5416PATA/SATA: 29Appendix 6.3: Unlocking PW on Hitachi 5410 2.5 HDD: 30Appendix 6.4: Unlocking PW on Hitachi 5425 2.5 HDD: 31Appendix 7: Hitachi/IBM Status 5a: 32Appendix 8: Hitachi/IBM Depop Heads Operations: 35Appendix 8.1: Depop All Heads: 37Appendix 9: Determining Bad Sectors in the Service Area: 39 8 Data Recovery Salon| http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk
  • 9. Where to buy: http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk/storeAppendix 10: FDE/BDE Technology: 43Appendix 11: PCB Configuration 45Appendix 11.1: 40GB, DTLA HDD PCB 45Appendix 11.2: AVER HDD PCB: 46Appendix 11.3: AVVR HDD PCB: 46Appendix 11.4: AVVN HDD PCB: 47Appendix 11.5: AVV2 HDD PCB: 47Appendix 11.6: VLAT HDD PCB: 48Appendix 11.7: PLAT HDD PCB: 48Appendix 11.7.1: PLAT HDD PCB Unlock: 49Appendix 11.8: ATDA HDD PCB: 49Appendix 11.9: ATCS HDD PCB: 50Appendix 11.9.1: ATCS HDD PCB Unlock: 50Appendix 11.10: ATMR HDD PCB: 51Appendix 11.11: 5480 HDD PCB: 51Appendix 11.11.1: 5480 HDD PCB Unlock: 52Appendix 11.12: 7260 HDD PCB: 52Index: 53 9 Data Recovery Salon| http://www.datarecoverytools.co.uk