Dolphin Data Lab has released the latest WD SMR HDD Module 190 Auto Repair Solution within the DFL-DDP data recovery tool.
According to the feedback of Dolphin users and data recovery engineers worldwide, Western Digital hard drive data recovery cases are mostly associated with the dynamic secondary translator-module 190.
Module 190 corruption can be caused by unstable faulty hard drive status: many bad sectors, weak heads, wrong operations by users, etc.
Whenever users get one WD SMR HDD data recovery case, users need to diagnose the patient hdd correctly to find out if it is firmware issue or physical issue, if physical issue, users need to swap heads first or take other measures to fix the physical issue and then users need to manage to remove the MCU lock.
After removing the MCU lock, users need to follow Dolphin special WD SMR hdd recovery instructions to backup the module 190 (even if the module 190 has many read errors, users need to be patient with module reading) and sometimes, users can select to read valid data only from the module 190 and this can avoid many read errors but this may cause some data loss sometimes.
After the module 190 backup, users need to diagnose the module 190 and try to repair the module 190 corruption. Dolphin Data Lab has released one auto repair solution for the corrupted module 190. Users can check the video demo here to find out how the module 190 auto repair works:
Above new WD SMR hdd firmware repair solution helps users a lot to enhance the efficiency and success rate. Users can download it from the Dolphin user-only forum.
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