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Seagate Data Recovery book is one of the advanced data recovery books written by Ann leflore and the following are part of the books you can learn about the Seagate HDD commands, PCB, Donor details and hdd repair and data recovery case studies, etc:

Copyright Notice i
Dedication iii
Illustrations ix
Preface xi
Acknowledgments xiii
Introduction xv
Appendix 1: Seagate Series Module Tables 1
Section 1.1: Module Table U4 Series 1
Section 1.2: Module Table U10 Series 2
Section 1.3: Module Table U6 Series 3
Section 1.4: Module Table U Series X 4
Appendix 2: Seagate Diagnostic Commands 5
Section 1.1: Compatible with Drives with >64 Cylinders 5
Section 1.2: Level T Commands 6
Section 1.2: Level 1 Commands 6
Section 1.3: Level 2 Commands 6
Section 1.4: Level 3 Commands 6
Section 1.5: Level 4 Commands 7
Section 1.6: Level 6 Commands 7
Section 1.7: Level 7 Commands 7
Section 1.8: Level 8 Commands 7
Section 1.9: Level 9 Commands 7
Section 2.0: On Line Commands 8
Section 3.0: General Commands 9
Section 4.0: Common Commands 10
Section 4.1: Available for all Levels Except Level 8 10
Section 5.0: Level T commands 12
Section 5.1: Cert Process/Test 12
Section 6.0: Level One Commands 17
Section 6.1: Memory Manipulation Commands 17
Section 7.0: Level Two Commands 19
Section 7.1: NIWOT Read/Write Commands 19
Section 8.0: Level Three Commands 28
Section 8.1: Servo Seeking Commands 28
Section 9.0: Level Four Commands 31
Section 9.1: Servo Tracking Commands 31
Section 10.0: Level Six Commands 35
Section 10.1: Batch File Commands 35
Section 11.0: Level Seven Commands 36
Section 11.1: Read Channel Adaptive Commands 36
Section 12.0: Level Eight Commands 41
Section 12.1: Servo Track Writer Commands 41
Section 13.0: Level A Commands 47
Section 13.1: NIWOT Read/Write LBA Commands – Fullslip 47
Section 14.0: Level C Commands 48
Section 14.1: Cert Diagnostic CTS Commands 48
Section 15.0: Level D Commands 50
Section 15.1: SEADEX Commands 50
Section 16.0: E Commands 53
Section 16.1: Drive Zone and Format Commands 53
Section 17.0: Boot Code Diagnostic Commands 55
Section 18.0: Level F Commands 56
Section 18.1: Limited Boot Code Debug Support 56
Section 19.0: Error Codes 59
Section 20.0: Special and Retry Display Characters 61
Section 21.0: Returned Data Format Commands 62
Section 22.0: Online Command Display Descriptions 65
Section 23.0: Servo Message Tracking 66
Section 24.0: Health Bits Definitions 67
Appendix 3: Diagnostic Commands 7200.11 69
Section 1.0: On-Line Commands 69
Section 2.0: All Level Commands 71
Section 3.0: Level 1 Commands 72
Section 4.0: Level 2 Commands 73
Section 5.0: Level 3 Commands 74
Section 6.0: Level 4 Commands 75
Section 7.0 : Level 5 Commands 76
Section 8.0: Level 6 Commands 77
Section 9.0: Level 7 Commands 78
Section 10.0: Level 8 Commands 79
Section 11.0: Level A Commands 80
Section 12.0: Level C Commands 80
Section 13.0: Level E Commands 81
Section 14.0: Level F Commands 81
Section 15.0: Level G Commands 82
Section 16.0: Level H Commands 82
Section 17.0: Level I Commands 82
Section 18.0: Level L Commands 83
Section 19.0: Level T Commands 83
Appendix 4: Determine Date Information 85
Appendix 5: Matching PCB and Donor Drive 87
Section 1.1: Method 1 87
Section 1.2: Method 2 88
Appendix 6: Seagate RS232 Adapter Schematics 89
Section 1.0: Connection to Terminal Adaptor 91
Appendix 7: Case Studies 93
Section 1.0: 7200.7 Puma2 Reports Very Busy 93
Section 1.1: Problem: 93
Section 1.2: Procedure 93
Section 1.3: Conclusion 95
Section 2.0: 7200.9 and 7200.10 Common Error 96
Section 2.1: Problem 96
Section 2.2: Procedure 96
Section 2.3: Erase G-List 97
Section 2.4: Initialize SMART 97
Section 2.5: Conclusion 97
Section 3.0: 7200.9 Error Reading APP Code 98
Section 3.1: Problem 98
Section 3.2: Procedure 98
Section 3.3: Conclusion 99
Section 4.0: 7200.8, 7200.9, 7200.10: CE Log Errors 100
Section 4.1: Problem 100
Section 4.2: Solution 100
Section 4.3: Conclusion 100
Section 5.0: Depop Head in F-Repair 101
Section 5.1: Problem 101
Section 5.2: Procedure 101
Section 5.3: Conclusion 102
Section 6.0: F-Level Repair 103
Section 6.1: Problem 103
Section 6.2: Procedure 103
Section 7.0: How to View P-List, T-List, and G-List 105
Section 7.1: Purpose 105
Section 7.2: Procedure View P-List 105
Section 7.3: Procedure View T-List 105
Section 7.4: Procedure View G-List 105
Section 8.0: CE Log Errors 106
Section 8.1: Problem 106
Section 8.2: Procedure 106
Section 9.0: K Command to Depop Head 107
Section 9.1: Procedure 107
Section 10.0: Add Back Depoped Head K Command 109
Section 10.1: Procedure 109
Section 11.0: 7200.11 0 LBA Repair 110
Section 11.1: Problem 110
Section 11.2: Procedure 110
Section 12.0: 7200.11 Busy Repair 112
Section 12.3: Problem 112
Section 12.2: Procedure 112
Section 13.0: 7200.11 F3 User Password 113
Section 13.1: Background Information 113
Section 13.2: Terminal Commands to View Work History and User Password 113
Section 14.0: Seagate Firmware Update 115
Section 14.1: Firmware Update Procedure 115
Section 14.2: General Information Scanning for Devices 117
Appendix 8: PCB Short Points 119
Section 1.0: PCB 100466725 Rev A (DLAJ-4) 119
Section 2.0: PCB 100466824 Rev A (UJAJ-6) 120
Section 3.0: PCB 100466824 Rev B (UJAJ-6) 121
Section 4.0: PCB 100466824 Rev C (UJAJ-6) 122
Section 5.0: PCB 100496208 Rev A 123
Section 6.0: PCB 100504364 Rev B 124
Section 7.0: PCB 100512588 Rev A 125
Section 8.0: Seagate 100475720 Rev A (ZKAJ-7) 127
Section 9.0: PCB 100504364 Rev B 128
Section 10.0: PCB 100455725 Rev B (JDAJ-4) 129
Section 11.0: 7200.12 2TB 130

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