From this article, users can learn about the firmware repair and data recovery solutions of DFL-SRP USB3.0 all in one data recovery equipment to fix Seagate head-damaged hard drives.
Seagate HDD Head failure means the patient drive has something wrong on the hard drive read or write heads and therefore the data area could not be accessed normally.
Head failure can be weak head, single head damage, multiple heads damage or total heads damage. To fix these hdd head failure, users get the following data recovery solutions from Dolphin data recovery hardware tools:
01: Test heads within COM terminal;
02: Edit head map in the ROM;
03: Edit head map in the RAM;
04: Adjust head flying height/head working temperature;
05: Hot swap to access firmware area;
06: Head map setup for imaging good heads first and then imaging weak heads;
All above functions for fixing Seagate hdd failure are available within DFL Seagate hdd firmware repair tool.
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