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Farshid Jafari Harandi
09/22/05 06:34
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#101375 - 'PowerMax' Log file
Responding to: Farshid Jafari Harandi's previous message
Drive passes these tests :

Power Connection : Passed
Interface Cable Connection : Passed
Master/Slave Jumper : Passes
Bios Extension Support : Passed
Partition Information : Failed
SMART Enable Function : Failed

Cosidering the log file below seems HDD thinks it has 79656 Cylinders! (it should be 16383 according to DataSheet),What is the Landing Zone which is defineable in the BIOS ?
Drive Refuses to pass any other 3 tests by stating "Contact the Maxtor"
other tests are :
- Quick Test (90 sec.)
- Full Test
- Burin in test

Here is the Log File generated by 'PowerMax' Utility :

MAXTOR POWERMAX LOG FILE
-------------------------
Maxtor PowerMax 4.21
Date Tested: 09/22/2005
Serial Number:
Model Number: Maxtor N40P
FirmWareRev: NAR61EAZ
Cylinders per Drive: 79656
Heads per Cylinder: 16
Max LBA: 80293332
SPT: 63
FE: S01
Installation Confirmation: FAILED
Diagnostic Code: 00001000

MAXTOR POWERMAX LOG FILE
-------------------------
Maxtor PowerMax 4.21
Date Tested: 09/22/2005
Serial Number:
Model Number: Maxtor N40P
FirmWareRev: NAR61EAZ
Cylinders per Drive: 79656
Heads per Cylinder: 16
Max LBA: 80293332
SPT: 63
FE: 000
Advanced Test Result: ABORTED

MAXTOR POWERMAX LOG FILE
-------------------------
Maxtor PowerMax 4.21
Date Tested: 09/22/2005
Serial Number:
Model Number: Maxtor N40P
FirmWareRev: NAR61EAZ
Cylinders per Drive: 79656
Heads per Cylinder: 16
Max LBA: 80293332
SPT: 63
FE: 000
Quick Test Result: ABORTED

MAXTOR POWERMAX LOG FILE
-------------------------
Maxtor PowerMax 4.21
Date Tested: 09/22/2005
Serial Number:
Model Number: Maxtor N40P
FirmWareRev: NAR61EAZ
Cylinders per Drive: 79656
Heads per Cylinder: 16
Max LBA: 80293332
SPT: 63
FE: 000
Quick Test Result: ABORTED

MAXTOR POWERMAX LOG FILE
-------------------------
Maxtor PowerMax 4.21
Date Tested: 09/22/2005
Serial Number:
Model Number: Maxtor N40P
FirmWareRev: NAR61EAZ
Cylinders per Drive: 79656
Heads per Cylinder: 16
Max LBA: 80293332
SPT: 63
FE: 000
Advanced Test Result: ABORTED

MAXTOR POWERMAX LOG FILE
-------------------------
Maxtor PowerMax 4.21
Date Tested: 09/22/2005
Serial Number:
Model Number: Maxtor N40P
FirmWareRev: NAR61EAZ
Cylinders per Drive: 79656
Heads per Cylinder: 16
Max LBA: 80293332
SPT: 63
FE: S57
Burn Test Result: FAILED
Diagnostic Code: 078610ffffffb0ffffffb4120

MAXTOR POWERMAX LOG FILE
-------------------------
Maxtor PowerMax 4.21
Date Tested: 09/22/2005
Serial Number:
Model Number: Maxtor N40P
FirmWareRev: NAR61EAZ
Cylinders per Drive: 79656
Heads per Cylinder: 16
Max LBA: 80293332
SPT: 63
FE: 000
Quick Test Result: ABORTED

List of 24 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Maxtor HDD Crash :(      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/20/05 07:16      
   STOP immediately!      Erik Malund      09/20/05 07:27      
      these things teaches a good lesson...      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/20/05 11:02      
         Backup backup backup      Ian Bell      09/20/05 15:38      
            Scheduler provided by the OS      Abhishek Singh      09/20/05 23:28      
            Only half the story      Andy Neil      09/21/05 17:40      
               True      Steve M. Taylor      09/22/05 05:13      
            on backup (and restore)      Erik Malund      09/22/05 07:15      
   Good luck.        Russell Bull      09/20/05 07:29      
      Thanks      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/20/05 11:03      
         Mecca      Payam Soltany      09/20/05 19:11      
   why MCU?        Abhishek Singh      09/20/05 13:32      
      I'll try it      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/20/05 19:09      
         seen a small light in the dark      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/21/05 15:30      
            'PowerMax' Log file      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/22/05 06:34      
   ..but for the grace of (deity of choice)        Steve M. Taylor      09/21/05 13:18      
      Heat problems?      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/21/05 15:38      
      That works some time      Abhishek Singh      09/21/05 21:11      
         magnetic flux      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/22/05 06:33      
            you said your data been overwriten      Abhishek Singh      09/22/05 06:57      
               The effect of cooling can also be that a      Erik Malund      09/22/05 07:11      
               I didn't said that for sure      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/22/05 14:10      
   Reliability      Andy Neil      09/21/05 17:52      
      I said this because of      Farshid Jafari Harandi      09/22/05 06:32      

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