mjz wrote:I have the same problem on seagate st1000vm002 1TB and have a mrt tool but with the sulotion which mrt lab peresented i can not fix it because the exchange command going to fail i wonder if there is any solution
DigitalVeriKurtarma wrote:Source of the post I have more Seagate drive shows 3.86 gb. I searched so much in Internet. Decided it's platter or head damage case.
Today I removed pcb from disk . Connected just PCB to MRT. Lol. It shows 3.86 gb. ))) so I am t sure now.3.86 gb means mostly head or platter issue.
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