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Advanced Level Hard Disk Drive Data Recovery Training Course For PC3000 Users

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PC3000 Advanced Hard Disk Drive Data Recovery Training Course

 

Western Digital Course:
  1. The course overview based on the PC3000 Data Recovery
  2. WD start-up procedures
  3. How to handle due to mismatch problem the hard disk does not work when replacing the PCB
    3.1 WD ROM structure: ROM overlay loading (According to the appropriate firmware version)
    3.2 30 module (SA defect)
    3.3 0A module (head map)
    3.4 47 module (Adaptation parameters)
    3.5 0B (20B) (ROM Dir)
  4. How to reconstruct ROM when ROM is damaged or does not match
  5. A variety of reasons and analysis why hard disk cannot be recognized
  6. How to handle the problem of recognizing disk failure due to poor performance of the head
  7. How to use virtual memory diagnostic tools
  8. How to determine which heads are readable, which heads are unreadable
  9. How to use image by heads map
  10. How to handle the problem of recognizing disk failure due to SA firmware module damaged
  11. How to determine the SA damage
  12. How to handle the problem when SA has bad tracks
  13. 01 module (Module offset principle)
  14. 35 module (SA defect list)
  15. 02 module (Configuration information)
  16. 40 module (Adaptation module)
  17. How to fix WD hard disk starts slow problem
  18. Recover SA by 2D, 2E log module when firmware module damaged
  19. Recover 03 module from log
  20. Recover ROM 0A module from log
  21. How to handle the problem of SA microcode damage that results hard disk cannot be recognized
  22. The method of loading LDR
  23. How to acquire LDR
  24. Use tips of LDR
  25. Analysis and solutions of ROM complicated problem
  26. Flash microcode loading error
  27. Disk structure configuration error
  28. Servo data loading error
  29. Read and write subsystem loading error
  30. SA translator loading error
  31. Analysis of SA complicated problem
  32. Microcode loading error
  33. Translator error
  34. Zone list loading error
  35. Analysis of ATA BUSY problem
  36. Recover data by hot swapping
  37. The method of converting WD USB hard disk to SATA hard disk
  38. Recover data of WD USB encrypted hard disk
  39. Data recovery demonstration of WD hard disk actual case
  40. Demonstration of WD hard disk hot swapping
  41. Recovering data practice of WD hard disks that bring by participants
Seagate Course:
  1. The overview of Seagate hard disk structure
  2. Hard disk loading order
    2.1 Load ROM from boot code. ROM structure.
    2.2 ROM overlay loading
    2.3 HDD overlay loading
    2.4 Structure and address of HDD information
    2.4.1 Track file group (Create and repair LDR vol 0, vol 3, vol 5)
    2.4.2 System file group (Create and repair LDR vol 0, vol 3, vol 5)
  3. What to do when hard disk has no capacity
    3.1 Seagate three-step method
    3.2 Notes of three-step method
  4. Transformation of three-step method that can handle more cases
  5. Hard disk can not be recognized. Recalculating translator displays ”Init SMART failed” problem.
  6. Learning how to use Seagate track read and write and ABA read and write tools
  7. How to locate and fix SMART tracks
  8. How to close SMART
  9. When SMART system failure causes problem, besides to repair SMART tracks, there are other
    methods.
  10. Hard disk is ready when power on, but it turns to “BUSY” when you perform any operations.
  11. How to solve this problem with instant power on method
  12. How to solve this problem completely by repairing firmware
  13. Hard disk is not ready and shows “No HOST FIS-Ready Flag” error
  14. Showing this error may be caused by a variety of reasons
  15. How to determine specific reason
  16. Fix this problem by writing module
  17. Fix this problem by writing system file
  18. Fix this problem by loading firmware
  19. How to repair Seagate hard disk that front sectors are good, sequent sectors are bad
  20. The reason of front sectors are good, sequent sectors are bad
  21. Determine the type of front sectors are good, sequent sectors are bad
  22. Fix front sectors are good, sequent sectors are bad by using defect list tools
  23. Fix front sectors are good, sequent sectors are bad by using translator
  24. What to do when hard disk is not ready and can not get to T level
  25. Detailed method to short Seagate hard drive to get to terminal
  26. Detailed method to degrade ROM to get to terminal
  27. Notes for head replacement of Seagate hard disk
  28. Overview of ROM structure
  29. Head adaptation parameters of ROM
  30. Head parameter adaptation by using ROM tools
  31. Original ROM Damage Recovery
  32. Recover data by head map tools when heads damaged
  33. Seagate terminal commands
  34. Demonstration of Seagate hard disk common case
  35. Demonstration of Seagate loading firmware method
  36. Basic steps demonstration of Seagate hot swapping
  37. Recovering data practice of Seagate hard disks that bring by participants
Hitachi Course:
  1. How to handle Hitachi hard disk can not be recognized
  2. Knowledge of the structure of Hitachi NV-RAM
  3. Head map
  4. Adaptation parameters and checksum
  5. SA entry address, user area entry address
  6. The problem that module list can not be opened and Hitachi hard disk can not accept any commands
  7. Need to calibrate SA entry address of NV-RAM
  8. How to set calibration parameters
  9. Hitachi hard disk can not read user data. It prompts “Write cache disable”
  10. The reason of writing cache disable
  11. The method to fix writing cache disable
  12. Skills of writing module
  13. How to fix firmware module damage
  14. SA overall offset
  15. Recover Copy 0 by Copy 1
  16. The functions of CHNL, CNS1, ZONE several key modules
  17. The functions of micro program module, PSHT, RDMT
  18. Hitachi hot swapping skills
  19. Recover front sectors are good, sequent sectors are bad of Hitachi hard disk
Toshiba Course:
  1. The hard dive can be recognized but can not access user data
  2. G-list may be damaged
  3. How to repair G-list damage
  4. How to use track read and write tools
  5. Locate tracks where the G-list is
  6. Unable to access user data and it is not the G-list problem
  7. Extract data by using virtual translator
  8. Detail of parameter settings of virtual translator
  9. Detail of Toshiba CP module
  10. Detail of using defect list translator
  11. Parameter settings of scan tools
  12. Expand and arrange defect list
Samsung Course:
  1. How to handle Samsung hard disk can not be recognized
  2. The hard dive can be recognized but can not access user data
  3. Knowledge of the structure of Different Families
  4. Error Codes due to PCB failure
  5. Firmware Corruption
  6. Password Bypass
  7. Important Module Corruption Fix
  8. Fix LED Error’s
  9. Defect List Operations
  10. S.M.A.R.T Operations for ECC Error Correction
Fujitsu Course:
  1. Password Bypass
  2. S.M.A.R.T Operations
  3. Knowledge of the structure of Different Families
  4. Head Map
  5. Parameter settings
Data Explorer Course:
  1. Details of DE parameters
  2. How to set DE parameters in specific situation
  3. How to set DE parameters of replaced head hard disk
  4. Parameter settings of DWF failed hard drive
  5. Parameter settings of heads map
  6. Multiple image and data completion problem
  7. Details of DE skills
  8. Details of file system function
  9. Scanning lost partition list
  10. How to adjust timeout parameter settings
  11. Practical demonstration of a variety of situations

 

Total Course Duration:

  1. 30 Days (1 Hour Daily, Mon-Sat)
  2. 1 Year Premium Support
  3. After Payment Confirmation, Our team will contact you for further discussion & Timings.
  4. We are training Multiple Shifts (24/7) in a day for Domestic & International Clients for there convenience.
  5. We have a team of Advanced Data Recovery Professionals for training & guidance.

 

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