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This is the world's first advanced western digital hard drive data recovery e-book based on data recovery hardware tools, you can learn how to use data recovery hardware to repair and recover damaged WD hard drives.

 
 
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PRLog - Feb. 23, 2012 - Western Digital Data Recovery Guide is the world's first advanced data recovery e-book based on data recovery hardware tools introducing not only data recovery concepts but most importantly is to understand the western digital hard drive structures and how to use data recovery hardware tools to analyse the hdd failure and restore the patient drives and finally get the lost data back.

The following are just the appendix indexes of this advanced western digital hard drive data recovery e-book:

Copyright Notice   i
Dedication   iii
Illustrations   ix
Preface   xi
Acknowledgments   xiii
Introduction   xv
Appendix 1: Identify Western Digital Hard Drive   17
Appendix 1.1: Scorpio SATA II Black:   18
Appendix 1.2: Scorpio Blue Serial ATA:   19
Appendix 1.3: Scorpio Blue EIDEL   21
Appendix 1.4: Caviar Blue EIDE PATA:   22
Appendix 1.5: Caviar SATA I:   42
Appendix 1.6: Caviar Blue SE/SE 16/ SATA II:   44
Appendix 1.7: Caviar/SE 16 SATA I:   52
Appendix 1.8: Essential USB 2.0:   58
Appendix 1.9: Passport Silver USB 2.0:   59
Appendix 1.10: Protégé EIDE:   60
Apendix 1.11: Raptor SATA ATA:   61
Appendix 1.12: Caviar RAID Edition:   62
Appendix 1.13: RE2 SATA II:   63
Appendix 1.14: Raptor X SATA:   64
Appendix 1.15: Caviar RE SATA I:   64
Appendix 1.16: Caviar Black:   65
Appendix 1.17: Caviar Green:   65
Appendix 1.18: Caviar Green / GP:   66
Appendix 1.19: AV – GP:   66
Appendix 1.20: Veloci Raptor SATA:   67
Appendix 1.21: AV:   67
Appendix 1.22: Jumper Setting Western Digital 2.5:   68
Caviar Green and GP   68
Appendix 1.23: Jumper Setting Western Digital 2.5   69
Caviar SE : Caviar SE EIDE   69
Appendix 1.24: Jumper Setting Western digital 2.5   70
Scorpio   70
Appendix 1.25: Jumper Setting Western Digital 2.5   71
Scorpio Blue Serial ATA 1TB   71
Appendix 1.26: Jumper Setting Western Digital   72
Scorpio SATA II Black   72
Appendix 1.27: Safe Mode Jumper Settings   73
Appendix 2: Determining Donor Drive Compatibility   75
Appendix 2.1: Firmware Compatible   75
Appendix 2.2: PCB Compatible   75
Appendix 2.3: Head Compatible   76
Appendix 3: WD PCB Specifications   77
Appendix 3.1: Reading Corrupted ROM from WD PCB   80
Appendix 4: Modules   85
Appendix 4.1: WD Module Table by Type Black I WD2500JB   88
Appendix 4.2: Modules Master Table Black I Series   90
Appendix 4.3: WD Module Table by Type Silver II WD2000JB   93
Appendix 4.4: WD Module Table by Type Black I WD800BB   95
Appendix 4.5: Modules Master Table Silver II Series   97
Appendix 4.6: WD Module Table by Type Royal WD7500AACS   99
Appendix 4.7: Module Table Description Royl Series HDD   103
Appendix 5: Common Errors in WD HDD   111
Appendix 5.1: Head Problems   111
Appendix 5.2: Bad sector Problems   111
Appendix 5.3: PCB and ROM Problems   111
Appendix 5.4: Load from HDD   112
Appendix 5.5: Firmware problem   112
Appendix 5.6: Defect list problem   112
Appendix 5.7: ATA / ROM damage   112
Appendix 5.8: Repair Procedures; General Work Flow   113
Appendix 5.8.1: Drives with Bad Sectors   113
Appendix 5.9: Noise in WD Hard Drives   116
Appendix 5.9.1: The Clicking Noise   116
Appendix 5.9.2: The Continuous Noise   117
Appendix 5.9.3: To Repair this Problem   117
Appendix 5.9.4: To Determine if the Motor IC is bad and Needs to be Replaced:   118
Appendix 5.9.5: Recommendations   118
Appendix 5.9.6: Determining Motor IC Chip is Bad   118
Appendix 5.10: General Steps for Solving Head clicking Problems   118
Appendix 6: Hex to ASCII Codes   121
Appendix 7: Spare Parts Compatible   125
Appendix 7.1 Model Number:   125
Appendix 7.2: Motor Codes   125
Appendix 7.3: Head Change Match   126
Appendix 7.4: PCB Match   126
Appendix 7.5: Platter Swap   126
Appendix 7.6: Firmware Donor File   126
Appendix 7.7: Hot Swapping   126
Appendix 8: WD USB Passport Solution   127
Section 7.1: WD USB Passport Solution   127
Appendix 9: Information from US Patent Micro Jog   131
Appendix 10: Importance of Modules   139
Section 10.1.1: Overlay Modules   139
Section 10.1.2: Defect Image   139
Section 10.1.3: S.M.A.R.T.   139
Section 10.1.4: Module Map   139
Section 10.1.5: Parameter   140
Section 10.1.6: Selfscan   140
Section 10.1.7: P-List   140
Section 10.1.8: G-List   140
Appendix 11: Understanding Module Structure   141
Section 11.1.1: Big-Endian:   141
Section 11.1.2: Little-Endian:   142
Appendix 12: When to Save Firmware   145
Appendix 13: Locating Head Distribution   147
Appendix 14: Locating Motor Number   149
Appendix 15: Edit SN and Model Number   151
Section 15.1.1: Hex to ASCII   153
Appendix 16: Black I Identification Error “XYZ”   155
Appendix 17: WD Black I PCB Swap   159
Appendix 18: Translator Regeneration Failed   163
Appendix 19: L-Format Problem   169
Appendix 20: Fix Identification Problems Caused by Corruption of ATA Overlay Module or ROM Contents   173
Appendix 21: Black I Password Locked   179

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