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In previous article we spoke about ECC correction – first and the main way of bit error correction. Sometimes this feature might be very effective, but in case if your NAND chip base on TLC architecture, there is a high … Continue reading
Compact Flash cards – are the most fastest memory cards in the market. The main secret of CF – is a very powerful controller, which has direct access to several physical memory chips, which are placed on the CF PCB. The architecture of … Continue reading
Nowadays a lot of modern NAND flash devices use a new type of architecture, where the interface, the controller and memory chips are integrated into one common ceramic layer. We call it Monolithic structure. Until recently, all memory cards like SD, … Continue reading
PC-3000 for HDD. Building ROM image from SA data on WD Marvell drives with internal ROM using version 5.X
The method can be used to recover original ROM image and then write it into donor PCB when original PCB was damaged, lost, or original ROM was lost. The “Building ROM image from SA data” tool was fully revised in … Continue reading
Sometimes after heads stack replacement the new heads stack works not stable. That occurs because every heads stack has its unique adaptive parameters. Those parameters are stored in module 47 of ROM. The adaptive parameters are more different from one … Continue reading
In some cases a drive with one or more malfunctioning heads can finish the initialization process without any visible errors. But when we try to read user area it results in error and no user data can be read. For … Continue reading
In this article we will try to describe the optimal way for NAND memory chip unsoldering in TSOP-48 or TSOP-56 package. Before you will start the whole procedure of unsoldering, you must be sure that you have all required tools, … Continue reading
The “HOT SWAP” procedure can be used to restore logical access (i.e. an opportunity to read data using Data Extractor) in cases when system heads are inoperable (calibration procedure cannot be successfully completed because a drive is knocking and fails … Continue reading
All the data stored in a flash microchip is divided into several categories: 1. Page (a group of sectors, 4-8-16 or more (varies from chip to chip)) 2. Block (a group of pages, 64-128-256-258 or more) 3. Bank (a group … Continue reading
This part is a continuation of part 2. We proceed to work with RAID array and focus on assembling RAID configuration in interactive mode. A quick introduction: Sometimes RAID array metadata are damaged or RAID has a non-standard configuration. Data Extractor … Continue reading