MRT Pro – Read and Write P List by ABA -Seagate F3 7200 11 Family
P-List is used to store defective information recorded in HDD. Damage of P-List will cause the HDD unable to work. For Seagate F3 series HDDs, writing P-List 03 Module by ATA may cause HDD failure. Therefore, we need to write P-List by ABA. This video demonstrates how to read and write P-List by ABA with MRT Pro for Seagate F3 7200.11 family HDDs. It is a step-by-step guide for users who would like to learn ABA writing tool. It is a good reference for Seagate HDD data recovery.
This video illustrates how to use MRT Pro, an innovative data recovery hardware-software solution, to adapt Rom in Seagate F3 HDDs.It is generally used when ROM structure is damaged or terminal does not respond to commands.
How to use MRT Pro to Read and Write ROM in Seagate F3
This video illustrates how to use MRT Pro, an innovative data recovery tool, to read and write ROM in Seagate F3 series HDDs. It demonstrates the operation of reading ROM data in Boot code mode, and writing ROM data to Flash ROM chip for Seagate F3 series HDDs.
This video aims to show users the installation process of MRT Pro. The installation process includes 5 steps: Download, Unzip, Install VC runtime, Install MRT driver and Install MRT main program. To secure a successful installation, users must follow the steps shown in the video.
For user who use MRT software for the first time, they need to provide the serial number of product and user name to MRT Lab for binding.
Serial Number: Check the number on the white label of the MRT SATA Controller card.
User Name: Registrated on website http://vip.mrtlab.com/en/reg.asp.
After the product being bound by MRT Lab, the user can activate the account.
Step 1: Login User Centre on MRT official website with the user name. After successful login, click “Product Activation”. There will pop up a page for entering machine code.
Step 2: Double-click “Mrt.exe”. If it is an inactive user, a dialog box will pop up for registration. The machine code generated by MRT will be shown in the dialog box. Paste it to the web page and click “Submit” to get the registration code.
Step 3: Paste the registration code to Mrt.exe dialog box and click “Register”.
Of the above steps, the binding will need to be manually processed by MRT Lab. Users can activate the product by themselves after the MRT Lab completes the binding step.