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SubjectRe: Crashed Drive, libata wedges when trying to recover data
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Eric Mudama <edmudama@gmail.com> writes:

> Today's (and tomorrow's) generation of SATA drives will never ever
> generate a 0x59 status... the error and DRQ bits become mutually
> exclusive.

This is a very recent Maxtor drive, a 7Y250M0. It's not the new drives that
were recently announced but I think it's the most recent you can find in
stores.

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greg

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