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[Solved] Goodram SSD - SATAFIRM S11 - damaged?

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  • Level 9  
    Hello,

    There is a problem with the Goodram IRDM 120GB disk. The disk is visible from the bios, but under the name SATAFIRM S11.
    I can't get to files on disk via dmde. Please help.

    Goodram SSD - SATAFIRM S11 - damaged? Goodram SSD - SATAFIRM S11 - damaged? Goodram SSD - SATAFIRM S11 - damaged?

  • Level 21  
    Probably corrupt firmware. Important data - DR.
  • Level 9  
    Yes, on screenshots it is connected as a second disk on another computer.
    Checking something in DriveLetterView on another computer?

    Which company do you recommend to recover your data?
  • Spec of mass storage
    damianos56 wrote:
    Checking something in DriveLetterView on another computer?

    No, because it was probably a system disk and after such a failure you should immediately check its detection (and possible access to data?) Under some Live Linux distribution.

    Currently (as the second) its capacity is still being detected :?:
    https://www.elektroda.pl/rtvforum/viewtopic.php?p=16045266#16045266
  • Level 9  
    Yes, capacity is detected.

  • Specialist - HDD and data recovery
    As a colleague SGData wrote - a 99% firmware problem.
  • Level 28  
    In DMDE, it was selected from physical devices, browse if the first sectors are all zeros?
  • Level 32  
    melanchel wrote:
    In DMDE, it was selected from physical devices, browse if the first sectors are all zeros?


    They will be all zeros because the controller has firmware released and returns data incorrectly - usually only zeros. The FW problem can be bypassed and recovered, but expensive equipment is needed for that.
  • Level 9  
    Thanks for the answers.
    Disk given for warranty, replaced with a new one.
    I have accepted the loss of data.