If it is an Seagate ATA drive, use seaflash. Generate a congen or serial flash file and use it to send the info to the HDD.
Usage: %s -m <name> [options]
-m <name> Â Specify the model family to flash.
-f <file> Â Specify the filename prefix of the flash files.
This defaults to 'seaflash' if not provided. Â Filename
extensions '.fls', '.ovl', '.crt', and '.tbl' are assumed.
-c Â Â Â Â Â Send a congen file, fully specified by -f.
-r Â Â Â Â Â Include the serial flash file when flashing.
-s Â Â Â Â Â Only send a single file, fully specified by -f.
-p <port> Â Only flash devices located at the specified base
port address. Â Port address must be in hexadecimal.
-d <0|1> Â Â Only flash master, '0', or slave, '1', devices.
-v Â Â Â Â Â Toggles verbose mode on/off. Â Default is off.
-l Â Â Â Â Â List supported family names and models
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