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Where To Download Alcor Tools To Fix Fake USB Flash Drives

Posted by KittyFireFlash on November 1, 2008

Recently SOSFakeFlash put out a call to people who managed to reprogramme a fake flash drive purchased from eBay. See Did You Manage to Reprogramme a Fake Flash Drive Bought on eBay? Contributions are starting to arrive. To determine your chip set see Repairing Counterfeit Flash Drives

carlton has contributed detailed information for Flash drives identified as having an Alcor Controller chip and the software files to assist you.

carlton October 30, 2008 at 23:56.

Where to download Alcor tools to fix fake USB flash drives

Directions:

1. Download & install

Alcor UFD Manufacture Programm (AU9386 V1.10)
To identify proper VID & PID (bottom left corner)

2. Download AlcorMP (080829) AU6981/AU6983/AU6986

OR

one of the other AlcorMP versions, according to your chipset.

3. Install Proper VID & PID with LoadDriver.exe

4. Low Level Format with AlcorMP.exe

Try each AlcorMP version until one recognizes your drive

Here is the drive that Carlton repaired:

My Results

Chipset:
Alcor au6983hl
SPECTEK FBNL52AHGK3WG-AT
memory is identical to
MT29F16G08MAA
VID 058F
PID 9381

16GB faulty drive becomes 4GB good drive

Carlton, rescued his drive from being a 16GB Frankenflash. It is now a good drive at it’s true capacity of 4GB.

Entire Alcor shared directory:

http://www.4shared.com/dir/10145698/9e4ada91/sharing.html

Link to each file:

http://www.4shared.com/file/69061840/5f8ec858/Alcor-AU9381-V1100.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/69061996/2817917/ALCOR-AU9386-V110.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/69061602/df72417a/ALCOR_AU9382_UFDTool.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/69061614/2f0ad50e/ALCOR_AU9385.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/69062234/880b0be/AlcorMP_080228__AU6984.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/69062341/3669b8c1/AlcorMP_080424__AlcorMP_AU698X.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/69062160/70dc3ebb/AlcorMP-080829.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/69062583/705fea53/AlcorMP-UFD-621.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/69062457/c35e3a30/AlcorMP_6_18.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/69060926/59c9c7b9/AlcorTools.html
http://www.4shared.com/file/69062670/6c88197f/AU6980-6981_v61504.html

Alternate download location, all above files in one RAR

http://www.zshare.net/download/50678688947a35ad/

Filelist:

Alcor-AU9381-V1.1.0.0.rar
ALCOR-AU9386-V1.10.rar
AlcorMP(08.02.28)_AU6984.rar
AlcorMP(080424)_AlcorMP_AU698X.rar
AlcorMP-080829.zip
AlcorMP-UFD-6.21.rar
AlcorMP_6_18.rar
AlcorTools.rar
ALCOR_AU9382_UFDTool.rar
ALCOR_AU9385.rar
AU6980-6981_v6.15.04.zip

We all thank Carlton for his efforts to assist other victims of fake flash who have determined they have an alcor based controller in their flash drive.

Note: in using any tools that do low level formats or reprogramming, there is always a risk of losing the drive. It is very important to be sure your drive has an alcor controller – using the wrong software can result in the drive becoming unusable. So proceed with care on your rescue mission. You should consider rescue if you are unable to reclaim your money from a fake flash seller.

If you have sufferred a triple cheat:

1. victimized by an eBay fake flash seller
2. victimized by eBay refusing to listen to your cries of fake flash suffering and data loss – refusing to do anything against the seller or and assist you in reclaiming your hard earned money
3. victmized by Robotic PayPal determined to out do both Fake Flash Seller and eBay in making your life a misery and keeping your money

This is a consolation option you have to rescue an alcor controller based usb flash drive fake.

You may wish to keep track of the time you spent trying to save the drive and inflict the same amount of time and misery on all three victimzers – by contacting others who bought the same drive as you did. You will do good deeds: warning others as you wished you had been warned, increasing the army of fake flash victims marching to eBay and PayPal and finally allowing other flash drives to become their true capacity.

If you have been fully refunded by PayPal and you have been asked to destroy the drive as a condition of refund, you are obliged to do so if you accepted the refund. In that case send the counterfeit drive to fake flash heaven or send it to the local police with details to increase awareness on the fake flash situation. It is amazing that so few know about it – most find out only when they discover they have become a victim of fake flash and the resulting data loss.

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58 Responses to “Where To Download Alcor Tools To Fix Fake USB Flash Drives”

  1. carlton said

    I agree with kittyfireflash that care must be taken when using these tools to avoid unrepairable damage.

    However, I would also like to say this, I tried each of these Alcor tools, several times each, before finding the right combination that allowed any of the Alcor Tools to recognize my drive whatsoever. No action is available until the software sees both an Alcor controller and one of the preprogrammed memory chipsets that the software version is designed to work with.

    That’s one reason why there are so many versions of Alcor tools, each new combination of controller and memory has to have it’s own correct version. Furthermore, none of the tools worked for me until I discovered the proper VID and PID for my chipset combination. That was a challange as my memory chips don’t have their own version that I could find, but with the proper VID/PID numbers, Alcor sees it as a combination that uses identical memory chips from a different mfg.

    In summary, while not a guarantee, I believe these tools are rather safe as far as not working with improper chip combinations.

    One other note, when using the programs, there is a Setup button. Clicking it brings up a blank password screen, several times I just hit Cancel because I didn’t want to set a password. However, if you set no password and hit OK, it does take you to a Setup screen with lots and lots of settings.

    In those setup menus, one options of the low level format is optimization. You can select to optimize for Capacity, or optimize for Speed.

    I tried both, and my capacity was the same either way. However, my speed was 2mb/s optimized for capacity, and 6-10mb/s optimized for Speed. The default is Capacity. In some of the other tabs you can set your drive device ID & number, which I found a good place to put my name and phone number. That won’t be easily erased without Alcor tools.

    Good luck folks. I invested a bit of time fixing my drive, and had to figure out how to download these tools from Russian and Chinese web sites. After all the time I invested, it only took a few more minutes to share these tools and info, I hope it helps.

    I’m surprised how popular the download are, having been posted barely over a day ago. One source shows me the country of the downloader. From what I’m seeing, there must be millions of Fake USB drives being sold.

    Tnanks to kittyfireflash and sosfakeflash for helping us with this great resource.

    Thank you emails always brighten my day. :-)

    Carlton at yahoo . com

  2. Andy said

    I got a 16GB Kingston Data Traveller in China. It would not format and displayed the write protection error.

    Using your tools it showed VID 058F PID 6387 Alcor 6980/6983.

    Reflashed using Alcor MP 080829.

    I now have a 233MB Drive!

    Thanks for your help!

    Andy

  3. Aniruddha Mohod said

    I have Kingston DataTraveler 32 GB. The chipgenius report for the same is as follows. It also displays write protection error. What can be done with it.
    Device Name: +[F:]+USB Mass Storage Device(Generic Flash Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = 058F PID = 6387
    Serial Number: 6567EA25
    Revision: 8.00

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Chip Vendor: Alcor
    Chip Part-Number: AU6980~AU6983

    Product Vendor: (N/A)
    Product Model: (N/A)

    Tools on Web: http://bbs.mydigit.cn/read.php?tid=4345

  4. Roger That said

    HI,

    I am having problem with this fake USB drive marked as “Kingston DataTraveller 32GB”

    Here is the info I extraced from a tool chipgenius:

    Device Name: +[R:]+USB Mass Storage Device(CCore Flash Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = DC08 PID = EF0B
    Serial Number: 000000000080
    Revision: 2.40

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

    Chip Vendor: (No match record)
    Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

    Product Vendor: CCore
    Product Model: Flash Disk

    Tools on Web: (N/A)

    Can someone please let me know what is the VID and PID for this drive?
    Also i am in continuos search for a possible tool to fix it; however, I would really appreciate you insight on any past experiences with this kind of drives.

    thanks,
    Roger

  5. Migus said

    I´ve decided to share in rapidshare mptv2.4.0007 (sorry, is in chinese) for CCM3110
    VID = DC08 PID = EF0B

    http://rapidshare.com/files/219315910/MPT_V2.4.0007_beta.zip

    I´ve managed to use it. You must put the same flash that the program gives you, when you plug the pendrive, in the configuration (second button in upper right) and then reflash (first button in upper right)
    Any questions with the program please write me to my mail or here.

  6. John said

    Can someone please repost MPT v2.4.0007? The rapidshare link is always full. Thanks!!

  7. kittyfireflash said

    To John

    We don’t set up downloads. They are contributed by victims who upload them to different sites. This particular share was set up in the Fall of 2008 and it is very hot on the internet. When things are free there are limitations.

    You might have to try a few times – a heavy load on the server means a lot of victims needing help.

    To Everyone

    If some people have time and can download and upload to other share sites, please help out. Send us a list of url addresses for the files and we will then update the post to give alternative download sites to distribute the load for the increasing demand for the tools.

  8. John said

    Hi Kittyfireflash, I managed to register in the chinese website and got that file.
    I uploaded to mediafire, here is the link: http://www.mediafire.com/?we2d9v2cw6c
    If anyone needs it somewhere else, let me know.
    I’m not responsible for any damage it may occur using that file.(it is in chinese)
    Use at your own risk.

  9. Robson Luís said

    Hi,
    Somebody has the zip file “MPT_V2.4.0007_beta.zip”, i need this to fix my pendrive.
    My e-mail is robsonlluis@hotmail.com or rlsilva@universiabrasil.net.

    Migus, what is your e-mail address ?

    Thanks.

    Robson Luís
    From Brazil

  10. Rodinei said

    Pessoal, usei este programa MPT_V2.4.0007_beta porém meu pendrive que antes era 8gb falso agora ficou com 518 mb, alguém tem algum tutorial de como fazer certo a formatação dele utilizando o MPT_V2.4.0007_beta??

    segue meu e-mail: rodinei.floripa@gmail.com

    Obrigado

  11. mohit said

    Device Name: +[H:]+USB Mass Storage Device(CCore Flash Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = DC08 PID = EF0B
    Serial Number: BAF63B3B5942
    Revision: 2.40

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Product Vendor: CCore
    Product Model: Flash Disk

    As you suggested, can you please send me mptv2.4.0007. I am not able to get it anywhere.

    mail—- mdhanawat@rediffmail.com

  12. mohit said

    i got it
    20 gb=====> 256 mb
    haha

  13. Jp said

    Can any of you send me the MPT V2.4.0004 also? joaoptc@gmail.com

    Thanks

    JP

  14. Jp said

    I mean the MPT V2.4.0007
    Sorry :P

  15. Jp said

    BTW,
    I saw in the site 51stor.net that there is a new version of this app MPT V2.4.0007_beta_upgrades.RAR are you able to download this new one?

    Follows the info I got from the Pen drive:
    Device Name: +[E:]+USB Mass Storage Device(No Name Flash Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = DC08 PID = EF0B
    Serial Number:
    Revision: 2.40

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Chip Vendor: (No match record)
    Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

    Product Vendor: No
    Product Model: Name Flash Disk

    Tools on Web: (N/A)

    Thanks again,

    JP

  16. Jp said

    Hey Migus,

    tyvm :D
    from 16G to 749M :(
    But at least I have a functional 749M PenDrive ;)

    Thanks again !

    JP

  17. venkat said

    i also got frauded with Kingston 32 GB pen drive. i was using Alcor Mp tool for recognising the correct memory spcae of my Au6984 chip but while doing i mistakenly clicked on “erase all” option in the software. now after starting search the device is showing everything as zero…………mit be the chip is now got blank event the VID and PID is also 0000……………..

    after unplugging and replugging the device it is now not been recognised. how can i i fix this problem.

    i think instead of solving one problem i just eroded another one

  18. BRTV said

    Doe anybody know if

    a) These Alcor tools exist for MAC OSX

    b) There is a way to run the pc versions on a mac

    I’ve tried crossover, but w/o any luck.

  19. edgar said

    hi does any one know the required tool to fix :

    Device Name: +[F:]+Dispositivo de almacenamiento masivo USB(USB Flash Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = EEEE PID = 1234
    Serial Number: 5&&3072DE82&&0&&2
    Revision: 1.00

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Chip Vendor: Solid State System
    Chip Part-Number: SSS6677

    Product Vendor: (N/A)
    Product Model: U

    kingstone data traveler 2.0 16gb(FAKE)

  20. Vanda McIntosh said

    I HAVE AN 8 GB FLASH DRIVE-BOUGHT ON EBAY ABOUT 6 MONTHS AGO; WORKED FINE UNTIL I FORMATTED IT A FEW DAYS AGO. NOW THE MESSAGE IS THAT IT NEEDS TO BE FORMATTED; BUT WHEN I TRY TO DO SO; I GET WINDOWS CANNOT FORMAT THE DRIVE ERROR MESSAGE. CAN YOU HELP. THANKS.

  21. ITGuy said

    For Vanda McIntosh

    There are a number of reasons why this could happen. The most likely cause is an IO error when doing the high level format. In this case the best thing to do is throw the drive in the garbage as it is not worth fixing.

    If the error msg was

    Windows cannot format this drive. Quit any disk utilities or other
    programs that are using this drive, and make sure that no window is
    displaying the contents of the drive. Then try formatting again

    ….try closing all programs etc before doibf format

  22. KAMARUL said

    i want to fix my fake usb back to ori memory..the part no SPECTEK FBNL62A41K3PG-AF…i could not find the suitable drive..plsss helppppp

  23. CarlosC said

    Hi There.

    Just’ve got repaired mine using “ChipGenius” to get the right VID & PID and the related Alcor firmware

    My flash reported:

    ************************************************************************
    Device Name: +[F:]+USB Mass Storage Device(2.0 Flash Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = 058F PID = 6387
    Serial Number: 5&&38C8E674&&0&&5
    Revision: 8.07

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Chip Vendor: Alcor(??)
    Chip Part-Number: AU6983

    Product Vendor: 2.0
    Product Model: Flash Disk

    Tools on Web: http://dl.mydigit.net/2009/0427/406.html
    ********************************************************

    As you can see, ChiGenius also recommends the web site where you can find the driver (AlcorMP(090227)in my case)

    Good Luck…!!!

  24. CarlosC said

    Totally forgot,

    My Flsh drive was originally a 2GB one, now have 1GB (Not bad at all uh?). Whe i tried first to re-flash it using “Speed Optimize” it gave me an error saying “Too much bad block”, So i tried “Capacity Optimize” and it worked.

    Cheers.

  25. Max said

    Hi friends i really need help i bought fake Kingston 512gb pen drive so how to restore its real out put. i test the usb drive here its values

    Device Name: +[F:]+Périphérique de stockage de masse USB(USB2.0 Flash Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = 1221 PID = 3234
    Serial Number: 100000000000102A
    Revision: 2.30

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Chip Vendor: micov(???)
    Chip Part-Number: MXT8208

    Product Vendor: USB2.0
    Product Model: Flash Disk

  26. Hi Max,

    Did you visit my site for help? See http://fixfakeflash.wordpress.com/

    There is a lot of information to help you and readers who left comments on how they fixed their fakes.

  27. DG said

    Would it be fair to sort out and start sending all the fake drives info to the real stuff manufacturers, like Samsung, Panasonic, etc, so they might want to sue eBay for supporting (well, for not taking proper care of) piracy. I bet those guys are losing quite a few bucks because of this fraud on eBay.
    Just a thought…

  28. kittyfireflash said

    Hi DG,

    That is an interesting idea. Brand name manufacturers are aware of the issue. It is not something they want to advertise or have known globally. The issue is their reputation. The manufacturers of memory chips sell them to other sources who then use them in mp players, usb flash drives and memory cards. Companies such as ie, Sandisk, Kingston, Sony use these chips in their products. Kingston is one company that is aggressively forcing eBay to remove any listings that appear to be counterfeits of their products (ie not made by them, obvious false capacity). eBay quakes when Kingston comes calling!

    Yes, it would be a good idea for other brand names to carefully examine eBay and follow Kingston’s example. If they would provide hotline numbers – toll free around the world, SOSFakeFlash and other FrankenFlash Project sites would be happy to provide this information to victims. It would then assist the brand names to deal with eBay. Email addresses would be very useful as well.

    Some brand names for finished products do have validation pages to assist buyers in verifying if they received a counterfeit. TechChips at http://flashchiptech.wordpress.com/ is striving to list links directly to brandname manufacturers for validation and also information to decode the actual capacity of chips when victims open the items.

    Everyone need to know we are volenteers. We do not get paid for this work, sigh! We do not work for brand name companies.

  29. wysdun said

    i have 4gb transcend that detected only at 233mb
    now that flash back to normal (4gb)
    high regards to carlton for the uploaded software…
    cheers…. :D

  30. Charlie said

    Have been reading this site for a few hours and I’m somewhat confused at the correct SW to use for flashing my Fake Flash Drive.

    Here’s what I get from chipgenius

    PnP Device ID: VID = 0001 PID = 7778
    Serial Number: 9622761B
    Revision: 8.00
    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed
    Chip Vendor: Alcor
    Chip Part-Number: FC8308
    Product Vendor: (N/A)
    Product Model: U
    Tools on Web: http://bbs.mydigit.cn/read.php?tid=20620

    Here’s the part numbers I pulled after opening the drive:

    FC8308-D (Alcor Controller?)
    29F16G08AAMC1 (Memory)

    Would I use the VID/PID reported by chipgenius, or would I have to find other VID/PID.

    Any assistance would be appreciated.

    Charlie

  31. ITguy said

    To Chatlie…

    have a look @

    http://fixfakeflash.wordpress.com/2009/10/04/fc8308-vid-1111-pid-2222-repair-fake-flash-drive-solution/

  32. tsog said

    When I tried the alcormp.exe files, I get the following error:
    20100: invalid device error

    Kingston “16gb”
    VID = 058F
    PID = 9830/9831
    Chip Part-Number AU6983

    Also preliminary h2testw_1.4 test tells me that 6.8gb is good, 9gb bad.

    Any solutions? I tried loaddriver but it didn’t seem to do anything….

  33. Nuno Fernandes said

    Hello,

    Need help, a have a fake pen 128GB Kingston.

    Device Name: +[Z:]+Dispositivo de armazenamento de massa USB(Generic Flash Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = 0001 PID = 7778
    Serial Number: 10D9061A
    Revision: 8.00

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Chip Vendor: Alcor
    Chip Part-Number: FC8308

    Product Vendor: (N/A)
    Product Model: U

    Can someone help me? Thanks!

    Nuno Fernandes
    nunoemeefe@gmail.com

  34. Jimdays said

    Can someone please tell me where this USB repair software comes from? You said you may have to wait a few months for someone to upload the software. Where does that someone get the software?

  35. InspectorTech said

    Jim,

    Software comes from China.

    1) To prepare usb flash memory, low level format it, software is needed.

    2) Software used depends on the usb controller chip family. See http://fixfakeflash.wordpress.com/category/flash-chip-vendor/ We don’t like the category name but use it for compatibility with chipgenius.

    3) The chip vendors for the controller chip issue the software. The versions change when the controller chip changes and or a different group of flash storage chips are in the database (more current chips?).

    4) The software is used in factories assembling the product (usb flash drives, memory cards, mp players.

    5) Most software is in chinese. Some versions have an english interface, they are fewer and jump in version numbers more quickly.

    Now…

    The software for the vendors is not strictly controlled. Not under lock and key. It ends up on the internet in China and else where. In some cases it is modified. Not going to say more here about this. You can read between the lines.

    It can also be purchased at some chinese internet sites. Eventually it leaks out and gets distributed aboard. Victims of fake flash memory chase the bread crumb trail.

    One of the biggest and best collectors is the Russian site. They have helped many. However, you don’t know who used the software last or uploaded it. So as with any download, you scan it before opening and using.

    As these tools save the last user settings, we advise people to do an inspection of the manual settings not just click and go.

    a) make sure ecc is not open – critical!
    b) check the vid and pid settings against yours, if they differ you will have the vid and pid settings set in the tool, unless you change it to match yours from chipgenius. Surprised?

    *** we have been advising people to open the items carefully and do a manual inspection of the usb controller chip and also the flash storage chip. Write it all down on paper. If all is well the report from chipgenuis will match what you see by opening. If it does not and this happens, you search by what the chip serial says, not information from chipgenius. ****

    It is critical people stay in the chip usb controller family for software. We can not stress this enough. As flash storage chips are added and some deleted per version, if the one you find does not do the trick you then try another version until you succeed. That is why you might have to wait a few months. New versions get added to the russian site when they find them or somebody contributes.

    Note the more times you use a low level format tool, the more you reduce the life expectancy of the flash storage chip.

    If your chip is restored, you need to perform the testing with H2testw again. Just to be sure…

    There is a lot of info at the fixfakeflash site. The FAQ is mandatory reading for anyone who wants to travel the road to restoring flash memory chips back to their real size.

  36. Jimdays said

    Thanks for the quick reply. I have another question. I don’t have any bad USBs, but out of curiousity, I wanted to see what one of those fix USB softwares look like on my computer. So I connected my USB, downloaded Alcor698X, clicked on AlcorMP.exe.
    The USB did not appear in the software and I did not click any buttons to try formatting. I then deleted the software. However, now when I insert ANY USB in the computer, I don’t get the green USB notification and therefore can’t “stop” the USB in the normal way for “safe to remove”. I would really like to know how to solve this problem. I have detailed this on another website, where you can see screenshots. Please take a look:

    http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/320634-Question-about-deleting-USB-drivers-to-fix-lack-of-USB-notification

    If I can’t fix this problem, I will have to restore Windows from a 2 year old image (a lot of work because then I have to re install a lot of software.

  37. Jimdays said

    I want to add to my last comment. The USBs still work fine on my computer. I can see the USB drive in “My Computer”, and I can read and write on any USBs no problem. It is just that I don’t get the green USB notification and therefore can’t stop the USB in the normal way for “safe to remove”. I have to say that little things like this really bother me.

  38. InspectorTech said

    I recall this problem from a long time ago. Saw it on a number of computers – it did not have anything to do with low level formatting software. It did have something to do with usb hard disks and usb flash drives (external). Some sort of bug that can be caused by a number of things. It was very long ago.

    Not sure if I removed the drive letter from windows explorer(removable storage), or disk management (have of drive letter name) or if I went into control panel advanced options, hardware, then removed the usb controller. Or even if it was a combination of actions. After rebooting and later reinserting a usb removal device, things worked again.

    The reason I don’t remember is that the actions to fix were different per computer, not the same.

    Did you check the knowledge bases at Microsoft? I would not restore an image without trying to fix it. If you have an image to restore from it does not hurt to try things out. There were issues in XP in SP1 and SP2, not sure about SP3.

    You don’t say what your OS is Jim.

    The drive letter assignment in disk management and forcing a usb controller reconfig (what happens when you remove from the hardward and reboot)are the things that come to mind the most.

    See this comment http://www.windowsreference.com/windows-xp/fix-for-system-tray-icon-missing-in-windows-xp/#comment-1845

    From what you have described it is the icon in the sys tray that is missing. It’s a bug that really does not have a well described cause. rbsmith2000 comment is probably what you should look at first.

  39. Matrix said

    Hi
    I have uploaded this tools and some other faked flash reprogram tools in : http://www.4shared.com/dir/39432196/d43ad6a7/fakedFlash.html
    you ca use it
    afshkh@gmail.com

  40. vishnu27 said

    hi,
    i tried to fix my pen-drive on my own before i found your website. i’d already done a low level format using hdd low level format tool. now when i use chipgenius, i get the following info:

    Device Name: +[F:]+Generic Bluetooth Adapter(Generic Flash Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = 0B05 PID = B700
    Serial Number: 002243F50386
    Revision: 2.10

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Chip Vendor: (No match record)
    Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

    Product Vendor: Generic
    Product Model: Flash Disk

    Tools on Web: (N/A)

    can you help me, pleeease?

  41. vishnu27 said

    sorry forr the double post,

    as the above device said bluetooth device, i looked for something more and found this:

    Device Name: +USB Mass Storage Device

    PnP Device ID: VID = 3822 PID = 590C
    Serial Number: E01B515181E9
    Revision: (Information not returned)

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

    Product Vendor: USB
    Product Model: Mass Storage Device

    but i think the above device is the usb disk, as the disk shows up as [F:] in my computer…

  42. Device Name: +[F:]+USB Mass Storage Device(Udisk Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = 518F PID = 6387
    Serial Number: 5&&FAE28C5&&0&&3
    Revision: 3.00

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Chip Vendor: (No match record)
    Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

    Product Vendor: Udisk
    Product Model: Disk

    Tools on Web: (N/A)

  43. vikash said

    Device Name: +[J:]+USB Mass Storage Device(fffff UMP V1.7.0 USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = 6666 PID = 8888
    Serial Number: 061952001F824807
    Revision: 5.00

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Chip Vendor: (No match record)
    Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

    Product Vendor: fffff
    Product Model: UMP V1.7.0

    Tools on Web: (N/A)

  44. sam said

    What tool should I use to fix following flash drive?

    Device Name: +[K:]+USB Mass Storage Device(Generic USB Flash Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = 058F PID = 9380
    Serial Number: 5&&CBB693F&&0&&1
    Revision: 7.76

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

    Chip Vendor: Alcor
    Chip Part-Number: AU6983

    Product Vendor: (N/A)
    Product Model: (N/A)

    Tools on Web: http://bbs.mydigit.cn/read.php?tid=4345

  45. K512H1GACA-A075 said

    My fake Kingston 8GB contains AU6980 controller and the NAND is Samsung K512H1GACA-A075, but there is no configuration for NAND chip in AU6980 Tool. I checked Samsung product search web site and no such chip available, all the NANDS from samsung starts from K9XXXXXXXX. Does anybody cn give me a clue?

  46. tsog said

    I just had a stroke of luck fixing two fake USBs this weekend after trying unsuccessfully in months.

    For both USBs, chip genius returned a VID of 058F and a PID of 9380 (for all those with similar numbers, keep reading). Alcor is the manufacturer i both cases.

    One of the fake ones is a Kingston USB. I finally decided to crack it open, and it opened without much trouble. I then found the code on the flash chip: FC8308 A699393-1F 0924D4. I googled FC8308 and found that the tool FC_MPTOOL will fix it.

    After trying two versions of FC_MPTOOL, I finally fixed the two USBs with FC_MPTOOL v03.00-something with a guide I found following links from google. So now instead of two fake 16GBs I have two good 7GBs (yes, it probably is 8GB but shows up as 7GB in windows). H2testw reported no problems after fixing the USBs.

    Moral of the story: prepare to spend a lot of time googling and/or risking cracking open your fake USBs.

  47. bleee said

    Device Name: +[G:]+Masowe urządzenie magazynujące USB(USB MEMORY BAR USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = 090C PID = 3000
    Serial Number: 5&&1CA4FD8&&0&&5
    Revision: 1000

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Chip Vendor: SMI
    Chip Part-Number: SM32X

    Product Vendor: (N/A)
    Product Model: (N/A)

  48. jiim said

    Device Name: ?[G:]?Périphérique de stockage de masse USB(Generic Flash Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = 058F PID = 6387
    Serial Number: 5&&21E739F&&0&&2
    Revision: 8.07

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Chip Vendor: Alcor
    Chip Part-Number: AU6983

    Product Vendor: (N/A)
    Product Model: (N/A)

    Tools on Web: ?http://bbs.mydigit.cn/read.php?tid=4345

  49. tazkira said

    Device Name: ++++[F:][G:][H:][J:]+USB Mass Storage Device(Generic USB SD Reader USB Device)(G…

    PnP Device ID: VID = 058F PID = 9360
    Serial Number: 2004888
    Revision: 1.00/1.01/1.02/1.03

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

    Chip Vendor: Alcor
    Chip Part-Number: AU9360

    Product Vendor: (N/A)
    Product Model: (N/A)

    Tools on Web: http://bbs.mydigit.cn/read.php?tid=73843

    please,help me, I want format my MMC..
    thanks before..

  50. dedy said

    Device Name: +[I:]+USB Mass Storage Device(Generic Flash Disk USB Device)

    PnP Device ID: VID = 0011 PID = 7788
    Serial Number: D07457D6
    Revision: 8.00

    Device Type: Standard USB device – USB2.0 High-Speed

    Chip Vendor: Alcor
    Chip Part-Number: FC8308

    Product Vendor: (N/A)
    Product Model: U

    Tools on Web: http://bbs.mydigit.cn/read.php?tid=148892

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