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D.I.T

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We are inviting every people from Pakistan and all around the world to come and join hand with us.
Having a vast experience in the field of I.T with our specialty in Data Recovery and Hard Drive Engineering technology we have conquered the data recovery technology with industry standard and certified techniques to restore all kinds of data and media with great success ratio.

As per growing needs of technology and its advancement We have expanded our departments to cover the full I.T services with International Standards and quality in mind.

DIT is a new born I.T company made with full coverage of all kinds of innovative I.T solutions to provide our valued customer Best in industry services, our 10 years of research in Information Technology enable us to provide professional services in Data Recovery , Web Development & Software Development and I.T Consultancy Services.

We welcome you to our journey to technological advancement by being our precious client and give us the opportunity to serve you and your business needs with great success .

Our new Visitors

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Here is the list of our new visitors we welcome any inquiry from any country which are interested to develop business relation with us.

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Seagate Hard Drive Data Recovery

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When it comes to Seagate hard drives the No.1 hard drives manufacturer in the world data recovery chances has increase with Seagate technology because of their years of research and the architecture of technology. However on Seagate hard drives there are also many critical cases which need to be solve professional. Our years of hard drives repair & data recovery experience on Seagate hard drives will get you best chances to recover your important data.

Common malfunction on Seagate hard drives:

Logical corruption in operating system

Boot sector problem lost partition

Bad sector appear

S.M.A.R.T overflow

HDD always Busy no detection

PCB problems no power On or typical knocking sound

Firmware corruption

Head malfunction produced knocking sound

Motor seize

We provide all type of Seagate data recovery services:

Desktop 3.5

Laptop 2.5

External USB 2.5 & 3.2

SCSI 3.5 & 2.5

NAS & SAS 3.5

SSD 2.5 External & internal

In all above multifunction we have hands on success rates but we keep reshearching to improve our services.

Click to discuss your Seagate hard drive data recovery case with us.

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Data Recovery and Hard drive Repair Tools and Software

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We provide Industry most advance Tools and technology for Data Recovery and Hard drive repairing. We also provide advance level training for Data Recovery and Hard Drive Repairing.

Here is the List of our Products:

SRT 3000 UDMA: For Seagate Hard Drive $200

WDR 5.3 UDMA: For Western Digital Hard Drive $ 250

SRT Pro: for Samsung Hard Drive $ 200

Training for 7 days: $ 500

Free bad sector repairing software

 

This package is for everyone who wants to enter in this business and with money back guaranty you can earn upto 5,000 $ a Month

STR-3000 

(Seagate Hard Disk Repair Software) 

User Manual Version 4.06 Forewords

 

STR-3000 is a newly released most advanced hardware-software combined solution for data recovery needs towards Seagate HDD, with dozens of powerful functions of practicability added specially for data recovery. It is also the updated version of HDD Repairer (Seagate) PRO. The most breakthroughs are, unlike the original Seagate program runs on DOS, with the STR console, this new Seagate solution can be easily installed on any desktop/laptop/server computer via USB (USB protocol 1.1 or above) socket and runs on Microsoft Windows98/2000/XP. With full English program interface and supports, this program is easy to use although there are many powerful functions, and ought to be a tool must-have for data recovery and HDD refurbishing companies. Such as: fast and easy online software update, F> Repair, read/write firmware, save your time and easy to operate with high success rate.

 

 

 

About Seagate 

 

As the biggest hard drive manufacturer, Seagate is taking up more and more market share. Since Seagate had taken over Maxtor in 2006, it has enjoyed a larger amount of users.

Seagate is the world leading manufactory in this industry, their HDD are mainly divided into three series: U series, Barracuda series and

2.5 inches laptop series.

 

STR-3000 HDD Supported

 

Seagate commonly falls into three categories:

  1. Barracuda series:

Barracuda IV, Barracuda V;

Barracuda 7200.7 —APLINE, PUMA, PUMA2, APLUS;

Barracuda 7200.8 —TONKA;

Barracuda 7200.9 —TONKA2, TONKA15, TONKA40, TLITE1HD, TLITE2HD;

Barracuda 7200.10 —NHAWK1HD, NHAWK2HD, GALAXY, GALAXY2D, GALAXY3D, GALAXY4D, NHPLUS2HD;

Barracuda 7200.11, Barracuda 7200.12

  1. U series: K4、K5、B54
  2. 2.5 inches laptop series: SATURN, NEPTUNE, MERCURY, MERC2, VENUS, M71, CORSAIR, MLITE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STR-3000 Packing List

 

  1. PC USB Terminal     1pcs;
  2. Dongle              1pcs;
  3. Software DVD       1pcs.

 

Brief Introduction on Key Functions 

 

  1. Backup modules and tracks: necessary functions for data recovery and drive repair;
  2. Firmware check, FW Repair, Read Only Repair: main functions for data recovery of Seagate HDDs;
  3. Clear G/P/T List, High speed Scan and Sector Repair by adding bad sectors to P list, Full Drive Zerofill: works well for full drive bad sectors caused by firmware problems and also for logical bad sectors;
  4. SELFSCAN: factory level sector repair for mass defects, HDD unidentifiable, firmware error, drive slow to be identified;
  5. Head Depop: head cut for head problems or sequential bad sectors;
  6. HDD Parameters Setup: DIY the HDD parameters, including the Model number, Serial number and the LBA;
  7. Clear HDD Password: data recovery towards password protect drives;
  8. Reset HDD SMART: reset HDD SMART, initialize the drive, works good for data recovery;
  9. Motor Operations: manually control of the drive motor, works well for PCB HOT SWAP in data recovery or drive repair;
  10. Windows version, USB support, fast and easy to operate: you’re now able to run STR series programs on any computer;
  11. Read/write for All Modules;
  12. ROM Read/write with PCB;
  13. One Key Repair for “GC2” and “P” Error: just one click to fix the “GC 2” problem of F> Repair and “P” problem of SELFSCAN;
  14. F>Repair for All Seagate HDDs;
  15. Head Depop for 7200.8, 7200.9 and 7200.7 SATA;
  16. Detect hard disk and choose the HDD family automatically, auto match the Baud rate;
  17. Built-in the module offset of all series, can use directly, no need to input manually;
  18. Read and write firmware intelligently;
  19. Fast write back ATA module for 7200.9 and 7200.10;
  20. Edit module with HEX directly;
  21. Firmware transform for PC3000 and Salvation HD Doctor;
  22. Read buffer, write back ROM with terminal mode.

 

STR-3000 Advantages

 

1. Can be easily used in any desktop and notebook computers with WINDOWS operating systems and USB2.0 interface;

2. Will upgrade to support more Seagate HDD family with more functions;

3. Program design is simple, easy to operate and upgrade, for anybody with basic computer skills, you can master it in the short term;

STR-3000 program comes with more demo video; 4. Among global similar products, our price is the lowest; 5. Our technicians provide the factory support.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Connection of drive to the console  

 

For IDE HDD                                                     For SATA HDD

 

 

 

 

Program Interface

 

Startup screen

Software main interface

 

Set the port, select the rate

 

ROM on the hard drive operations, read ROM, write ROM.

Write ROM to buffer, then writes to the hard disk command. When the hard drive of the main head or a head problem, we need to redefine the primary hard drive first. To do is to write your definition of the main head of the ROM.

 

Clear the hard drive password, Selfscan Monitor.

Operation of the hard drive.

 

GC Seek Error 2 fix:just one click  to  fix  the “GC 2” problem of  SELFSCAN

 

“P” Error fix:just one click  to  fix  the “P” Error problem of  SELFSCAN

 

7200.7 Read Only fix:just one click  to  fix  the “Failed sys sect. Write” problem

7200.8/7200.9/7200.10 Read Only fix:just one click  to  fix  the “Failed sys sect. Write” problem

 

NO-LOG Problem fix:just one click  to  fix  the ” NO-LOG ” problem

CE-LOG Problem fix:just one click  to  fix  the ” CE-LOG ” problem

Firmware Switch

 

Stuff Was Unreadable:just one click  to  fix  the ” Stuff Was Unreadable ” problem

Initialization Stuff:   Hard disk initialization.

 

Open 48Bit Mode

 

(F>Loading) Use Embed Firmware BY STR:The program comes with the factory firmware. No backup hard drive firmware can be directly used to guide program comes with the firmware to start the calibration.

 

SF to do with the factory firmware

We have set up each of the heads of the F-level guidance documentsSeagate hard drive supports all series.

 

Read the hard drive module, including the APP, CERT, CERT_TALBE, ATA, VENDOR modules

Read the hard drive module, including the APP, CERT, CERT_TALBE, ATA, VENDOR modules

 

After SF, write ATA module

Menu shortcut buttons

 

 

 

Function menu

Function menu

Switch HDD to ATA mode

Switch to T LEVEL Command mode

(T>)

Switch to 4F mode(age=4F)

Load CERT

Show zones distribution

Show Alt list (remap)

Show Reserved track slip list

Change HAD serial number

Change PCBA serial number

Clear S.M.A.R.T, erase G-List

Clear Alt list (remap)

Clear User track slip list(P-List)

 

Clear Reserved track slip list

 

 

 

 

Forewords

Thank you for your purchase using the WDR-UMDA Western Digital hard disk repair tool. To ensure a smooth installation, please read the following instructions. If you need more product information, through our official home website,http://www.chinahdd.cn or contact us by phone 027-87052378. You are welcome to provide valuable advice and suggestions.Program runs on Microsoft DOS system ,but also run Windows98 system(Not Good). Software is simple, functional, hard disk repair and data recovery company the necessary tools.

About Western Digital

As the biggest hard drive manufacturer, Western Digital is taking up more and more market share. Since Western Digital had taken over Maxtor in 2006, it has enjoyed a larger amount of users.

WD HDD common malfucntions

Burnt PCB of Western Digital Hard Drives ,One of the most common problems Western Digital(WD) hard drives experience is burnt circuit board(PCB). WD drives are very vulnerable to overheating, power surges and streaks.Quite often bad power supply unit combined with power streak is usually enough to fry spindle driver chip on the electronics and make the data inaccessible. Should this occur the computer would reboot or shut down completely, you would normally notice acrid smell of smoke coming from your PC and when powered on the drive would not spin up at all and appear to be completely dead. If you meet this problem, try to swapPCB from another donor WD drive.

 

Western Digital hard drives’ firmware problems

Main part of firmware is stored on the platters in so-called Service Area. Service Area occupies the negative cylinders of the surface and contains a number of firmware modules. If one of the modules gets corrupted the hard drive fails to initialize correctly and stops working making the data inaccessible.

In such case the drive usually spins up fine, it doesn’t click but has one of the following symptoms:

*  it is not found in BIOS at all

*  identifies with its factory alias(for example WDC ROM MODEL-MAMMOTH—,WDC ROM MODEL-HAWK—),

*  shows up with wrong S/N (for example WDC-ROM SN# XYZ—) or capacity,

*  identifies fine but fails to read any data or boot up operating system giving I/O device errors whenever you try to access LBA sectors.

If you attempt to boot up from such drive or read any data from it you would get “Primary Master Hard Disk Fail” or “No operating system found” or “USB Device malfunctioned” error or “S.M.A.R.T. Capable But Command Failed” or “Disk boot failure. Insert system disk and press enter”, “Hard drive not recognized”, “Drive Mount Failure” or some other hard drive boot error.

At the moment it is not possible to fix this kind of problem at home. It is quite a complicated job and requires use of specialized expensive equipment and deep knowledge of hard drive design and data recovery technology to repair the firmware. Luckily, it is not usually necessary to open the HDD in clean room and order donor drives, so chances of successful data retrieval are close to 100%.

 

Western Hard drives’ clicking/knocking/clunking/sweeping noise

The drive spins up, and the heads start clicking with a constant or intermittent sound while unsuccessfully trying to locate firmware zone. Usually this is a sign of damaged or crashed heads and it means the drive needs to be opened in a class 100 clean room environment in order to replace head stack assembly. Don’t try to open the drive by yourself – you could damage the platters making your data unrecoverable.

Western Digital drives also have common problem with spindle seizure. Usually this occurs after a fall and the drive either doesn’t spin up at all with a siren sound or starts up with loud noise unable to gain enough rotational speed. Data recovery in such case involves removingplatters from the hard drive in clean room environment and putting them into matching donor.This complex and precise procedure requires a lot of experience and use of specialized hardwareto maintain platters in perfect alignment.

 

WD laptop drives(Scorpio, UE,VE series) share some typical 2.5 inch HDD problems. One of them is heads sticktion to the platter surface.Heads are normally parked on the parking ramp outside of the platters, but sometimes after a fall or abnormal termination they fail to return to their regular parking position and are left on the surface. Immediately after the motor stops spinning they stick to the ideally smooth surface and it becomes impossible to free them without proper tools and experience. Don’t attempt to open the drive by yourself – you will damage the platters and this will make your data unrecoverable.

 

Western Digital drives’ bad sectors

After some period of time magnetic media the platters are covered with starts to degrade and magnetic domains can’t turn in the desired direction by writing element of the head. This is how bad sectors appear.

When the drive starts reading data from such unreadable bad sector it could start freezing,scratching and sometimes even clicking. Usually on boot up you would get “SMART failure predicted” or some other SMART-related error. All this leads to further damage to the surface,heads and causes more data loss. Any further reading attempts would just add up to the problems and could make your data unrecoverable.

 

 

WDR-UDMA SupportFamily:

Western Digital commonly falls into three categories:( L、ROYL、all Notebook include) Mammoth,Polaris,Nova,Aspen,Eclipse2,Safari SE,Trailblazer

Eagle,Polaris Falcon,Scorpio,Scorpio Mammoth,Scorpio Apsen,Sabre,Mammoth M,Balboa,Lido,Unicorn,Sabre LC,Hercules,Buccaneer,

Avalon,Xbox 2,Mosquito,Defender,Catalina,Unicorn2,Sirius,Hawk,Antares,Orion,STG_DFH,STG_VDT,Zeus,Sargas,Taurus,Odyssey,

Hercules SAE,STG_VDT2,Zeus6,Raider,Neptune,Zeus_re,STG_ZUMA,Aquarius,Sequoia,Jupiter,Starling,Glacier,Aries,STG_ARIS,

McKinley,Starling2,Hawk2,Tornado2,STG_MKLY,Seq_Zuma,Cricket,Tornado3,STG_ARLB,STG_1K,STG_PATA,Unicorn6,Leo,

STG_VANC,Seq_PATA,Jup_Zuma,TD2_PATA,Stg_Twin,TD3_PATA,Lynx,STG_VPMR,STG_DNLI,TD2_PMR,SEQ_PMR,Yosemite,

TD2_PPMR,Viking,TD3_PMR,Hulk,Cougar,Danu,STG_YOSE,TD3_PPMR,Spider,STG_KODKAtlantis,Denali,Pinnacle,Mars,Nemo,

STG_MERC,Seq_RE,T2PMR_RE,T3PMR_RE,HULK_RE,SPIDR_RE,SEQ_PPMR,SEQPMR2M,YOSE_RE,ATLAN_RE,MARS_RE, EMERALD,STG_YUKN,TROY,YUKON,KERMIT,RIGEL,SATURN,PINNA_RE,VENUS,CYPRESS,MERCURY,PINNA_HF,ATLAN_HF, GEKKO,SPART_RE,PINNA_PA,ATLAN_PA,MARS_HF,PINNA_E,ATLAN_E,GEKKO_E,KERMIT_E etc…

 

 

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Time

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Everything needs Time who invented the Time is super genius.

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Time is a dimension in which events can be ordered from the past through the present into the future,[1][2][3][4][5][6] and also the measure of durations of events and the intervals between them.[3][7][8] Time has long been a major subject of study in religionphilosophy, and science, but defining it in a manner applicable to all fields without circularity has consistently eluded scholars.[3][7][8][9][10][11] Nevertheless, diverse fields such as business,industry, sports, the sciences, and the performing arts all incorporate some notion of time into their respective measuring systems.[12][13][14] Some simple, relatively uncontroversial definitions of time include “time is what clocks measure”[7][15] and “time is what keeps everything from happening at once”.[16][17][18][19]

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Karachi

 

Karachi (Sindhi: ڪراچي, Urdu: کراچی‎, Karāčī, pronounced [kəˈrɑːˌtʃi] ( listen)) is the largest and most populous metropolitan city of Pakistan and its main seaport andfinancial centre, as well as the capital of Sindh province. The city has an estimated population of 23.5 million people as of 2011, and a density of nearly 6,000 people per square kilometre (15,500 per square mile).[6] Karachi is the 3rd-largest city in the world by population within city limits,[7] the 11th largest urban agglomeration in the world and the largest city in the Muslim world.[8] It is Pakistan’s centre of banking, industry, economic activity and trade and is home to Pakistan’s largest corporations, including those involved in textiles, shipping, automotive industryentertainmentthe arts, fashion, advertising, publishingsoftware development and medical research. The city is a hub of higher education in South Asia and the Muslim world.[9]

Karachi is ranked as a beta world city.[10][11] It was the capital of Pakistan untilIslamabad was constructed as a capital in order to spread development evenly across the country and to prevent it from being concentrated in Karachi.[12] Karachi is the location of the Port of Karachi and Port Bin Qasim, two of the region’s largest and busiest ports. After the independence of Pakistan, the city population increased dramatically when hundreds of thousands of Muhajirs from India and other parts ofSouth Asia came to settle in Karachi.[13]

The city is located in the south of the country, along the coastline meeting theArabian Sea. It is spread over 3,527 km2 (1,362 sq mi) in area.[14][15] It is known as the “City of Lights” (روشنیوںکا شہر)[16][17] and “The Bride of the Cities” (عروس البلاد) for its liveliness, and the “City of the Quaid” (شہرِ قائد), having been the birth and burial place of Quaid-e-Azam, the Great Leader, (Muhammad Ali Jinnah), the founder of Pakistan, who made the city his home after Pakistan’s independence from theBritish Raj on 14 August 1947.

 

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