Fujitsu-Siemens Diagnostic Tool

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essaion
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Fujitsu-Siemens Diagnostic Tool

#1 Post by essaion » Mon Apr 23, 2007 7:02 am

Hi there,

Since i seem to have a quite buggy Fujitsu hard drive (BSOD during Windows boot, with error 0x00000024 + 0x001920FE), i just used my good-ol' UBCD v3.4...

Gosh, the diagnostic tool in it - v6.30 - doesn't deal with SATA hard drives.

So this is why i downloaded/burned UBCD v4...
"Argh" again, the tool has the same version onto v3.4 and 4.0.3.

So i finally had to find my way, looking for a more recent version of the tool. I then discovered it is nearly impossible to find the tool onto Fujitsu's web site, but i found a v6.61 of the tool.

I'm testing the drive right now, after i made a DOS boot disk and copied the FJDT.EXE on it.

So, stop the "BLAH" thing : here is the suggestion.
It could be very useful (i'm probably not the only person around the world to have a SATA Fujitsu HD) to substitute v6.3 tool with the 6.61 one.
If you ask, i downloaded the tool from this URL

Greets,

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Aurélien (a french UBCD's casual user)

essaion
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#2 Post by essaion » Tue Apr 24, 2007 1:46 am

I auto-reply to this post, just to add that the Fujitsu hotline mailed me another web page, where the version 6.90 of their tool may be found :

http://193.128.183.41/home/v3__product. ... =swr&wg=13

I didn't use it, but since v6.61 supported SATA, this one should do no less !

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#3 Post by Constance » Wed Apr 25, 2007 2:22 am

Nice :)

Thanks for letting us know.
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#4 Post by Victor Chew » Wed Apr 25, 2007 6:56 am

Cool! Thanks!

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