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The drive tested and repaired was from eBay Fake Flash Seller powerrangolee. This fake flash drive can be repaired using the following information. It can also apply to other flash drives having the same identification. SOSFakeFlash only sent out an alert on powerrangolee January 2nd and a solution to one of the many drive models sold has been provided by Akuzi. The media is likely to be defective. Akuzi used AlcorMP Translation to english access.
Solution Provider: Akuzi. This entry was posted on January 10, at am and is filed under Alcor , AU You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2. You can leave a response , or trackback from your own site. I found a few programs that never really done much, but the information on fixfakeflash. Both of the drives i got looked identical, were bought from the same seller, and were the same size, 4gb imaged to 16gb, but they had different chipsets in them.
Thank you thank you thank you! I have the same USB stick but from another ebay seller. Thanks in advance! They may look the same, but that does not mean they are the same. Did you run chip genius to find out? I suggest you do. It is very possible that the controllers are different or the flash drive chip is not the same. In worst case senario, you might need to carefully open the drive to check what the controller and flash drive chip really is.
If the tool is set to auto and it does not recognize the flash drive, then you might need a newer version of the tool or you are using the wrong tool. You can only use the long list if you know exactly what the flash drive chip model is and if the controller is correct.
Report back with your results. Hi, Thanks for your reply. Too bad! Thanks, Ken. So…what next? Then comes all the tons of advanced options in AlcorMP…what would I choose??
Thanks Very much for providing such a wonderfull information in this site by you people. Its a Great site keep this type of topics to help the people. I wish u great success in the future development. Thanks to the person on ebay who noticed I bought a flash drive from a suspected fake drive seller, who gave me a link to this website, which as soon as the drive came I tested it with the tools suggested here. It was a fake drive and I finally got refunded for it, all thanks to this website, absolutely brilliant!
It is the sellers fault for selling a fake drive in the first place. I thought I was buying a 16gb drive. Anyway, this is a bad time of year, even worse if you get ripped off. If you do buy a fake flash drive then report the seller. Follow the helpful info from this site on how to report to paypal, and put the sellers name up on this website, it will help your case.
This is what I see on chipgenius, not finding any vendor info except generic I opened up the drive and on the rectangular chip found something like this: HVPC4F2 and in the next row, the square chip had AUHL, Alcor does not by default detect the required info it seems. The controller is Alcor AU Below is the info from chipgenius:.
Me too have had trouble with 2 disk bought on ebay, were supposed to be 16gb but were just 4gb. After downloading a lot of times the tool, and a few other alcor tools I had luck. Between the tools i downloaded was one listed as AlcorMP6. Immediately after this i put on the second usb…and it did not recognice it.
So i tried again with the AlcorMP6. So if you have the same problem with the AlcorMP try this, I hope it helps. Thanks to al the people who keep places like this running and dont mind helping others. Test finished without errors. Writing speed: 6. I think the reason for trying first, then second utility is driver. There is a LoadDriver. So the driver was actually changed. Then I started AlcorMP At the last I removed the flash and uninstalled the driver using LoadDriver.
Go to the russian site to try and find the latest software for AU Trust what is written on the chip more than what chipgenius said. Once you find it, come back here and type visual in the search box. You should get a post with a link to a site where someone shows how low level reformatting works and the things you need to do. Thanks…But I didnt find any solution on that site either…. But I tried to search for some tools…And seems most of the tools found there are actually the same tools I already have….
Funny thing…. The most reliable source for the size of the flash device is the memory chip. Quick look on the internet did not show information on Dynet. Flash memory manufactures quote bits in their specifications. So the 64G that was indicated on the chip reflects 8GBytes. The next step is where I wasted the most time… I tried tons of different AlcorMP programs, but none of them worked… I went into the Setup and played around with every single option to no avail.
Where do you find the right version of AlcorMP? Its at the bottom of the ChipGenius software! I had originally clicked on this link, but once I saw Chinese I quickly abondoned the page. Scroll down and click on the AlcorMP link and it should download the program. Don't worry the program has different language settings and you can change it to english.
You will need to open up the drive and read the labels on the chips to determine the contoller part number then you can look for repair tool. Please let me know if now also , can i restore it back. Or my usb drive is lost forever. If your drive had mb OK before you ran disktools then the drive was not worth repairing. If the result was mb after running the tools then I suspect the memory was damaged ECC Open set on during repair.
Friends can anyone help please i checked for controller but instead of a controller it has a black patch in my drive. You might want to try and open the item, to check the usb flash drive storage chip and the usb control chip to find the right tool.
A lot of reprogrammed fakes do not report the correct vid and pid. Manual inspection is advised if you do not come up with a direct match. It will help you find the right low level formating tool to use. The Russion site is really great but you need to be sure about the usb controller chip and the storage chip. Tools on Web:? You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Report A Fake Technical. Important Mesage eBay Sellers! Please Avoid Fake Memory Products! Akuzi: 1. H2testw produced the following test result: The media is likely to be defective. AlcorMP Share this: Reddit Twitter Facebook Email. Like this: Like Loading
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The drive tested and repaired was from eBay Fake Flash Seller powerrangolee. This fake flash drive can be repaired using the following information. It can also apply to other flash drives having the same identification. SOSFakeFlash only sent out an alert on powerrangolee January 2nd and a solution to one of the many drive models sold has been provided by Akuzi. The media is likely to be defective.