Larry Bolhuis already described the only potential fix. That drive has the "stiction" problem that a series of drives had for awhile. IBM furiously replaced drives within a serial number range trying to get most of them.

So, do as Larry suggests, and there's a 50/50 chance you'll get it going. I'm laying money on you replacing the drive (I'll bet Larry has a stack of them in inventory) and reloading.

Jim Oberholtzer
Agile Technology Architects



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