Reading Firmware / Writing to Another Drive Tags: Hard Drives Firmware Storage Last response: June 26, 2010 7:40 PM in Storage Share retro807 June 26, 2010 4:48:08 PM Is it possible to read firmware from a HDD then write it or store this firmware to an ISO or other file, in order to write it to other drives of identical make and model. Basically this is custom or tweaked firmware, not OEM. What hardware and software would I need to accomplish the above with a 3.5 drives like a seagate 702.11 or such. retro807 More about : reading firmware writing drive GhislainG a c 82 G Storage June 26, 2010 7:40:19 PM Whoever tweaked that firmware should be able to answer your question. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources After upgrading firmware my BDR-207DBK stopped reading/writing bluray disks Forum SolvedWhy are larger Solid state drives generally faster at reading and writing data? Forum Slow speed on reading and writing "TOSHIBA Portable Hard Drive STOR.E BASICS" !! Forum SolvedIs it time to buy another DVD/CD read/write drive? Forum Dvd drive not reading and writing Forum DVD combo drive is reading the cd but not writing it Forum System slowdown when reading/writing from DVD drive Forum Solvedcan I read one hard drive from another computer Forum SolvedSSD for both Writing/Reading Forum SolvedOCZ vector 256gb reading & writing at half the manufacturer's speed in the 900D Forum SolvedTSSTcorp TS-H652L Not Reading/Writing discs Help? Forum Writing on the read-only system drive on a 6600 Forum SolvedSamsung SSD 840 series 120GB normal Writing/reading speeds Forum SolvedHD reading/writing problems Forum Help for faults on reading/writing heads Forum SolvedHard drive Read/Write problem !! Forum SolvedInstalling a second hard drive in windows 7 machine and read/write is extremely slow Forum SolvedSSD reading/writing at half speed Forum I have one USB flash drive I can't read, if I plugged another USB flash Drive working well Forum SolvedMy PSU is making strange noise(like a writing hard drive) Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !