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#1 FurqanHanif

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Posted 05 July 2014 - 11:43 PM

Please someone recommend me good working mp tool, i tried many but none of them detecting my USB.  i also tried editing alcormp.inf file but still no Luck... :(  :(   :(   :(

here is my Usb Info...

 

Description: [L:]USB Mass Storage Device(Kingston DataTraveler G3)
Device Type:  Mass Storage Device
 
Protocal Version: USB 2.00
Current Speed: High Speed
Max Current: 100mA
 
USB Device ID: VID = 0951 PID = 1624
Serial Number: D848E94C
 
Device Vendor: Kingston
Device Name: DataTraveler G3
Device Revision: 0102
 
Manufacturer: Kingston
Product Model: DataTraveler G3
Product Revision: pmap
 
Controller Vendor: Alcor Micro
Controller Part-Number: SC908(N)L/AU6989(N)L - F/W D50A
Flash ID code:      98DE9892 - Toshiba TC58TEG6T2KTA00 - 1CE/Single Channel [TLC-8K] -> Total Capacity = 8GB
 
 
 
Possible Flash Part-Number
----------------------------
[1CE]TC58NVG6T2HTA00 x 1 pcs/Channel x 1 Channel
[1CE]TC58TVG6T2HTA00 x 1 pcs/Channel x 1 Channel
[1CE]TC58NVG6T2JTA00 x 1 pcs/Channel x 1 Channel
[1CE]TC58TVG6T2JTA00 x 1 pcs/Channel x 1 Channel
[1CE]TC58TEG6T2KTA00 x 1 pcs/Channel x 1 Channel
[1CE]TC58TEG6T2KTA00 x 1 pcs/Channel x 1 Channel
 
 
Flash ID mapping table
----------------------------
[Channel 0] [Channel 1]
98DE98927256 --------
-------- --------
-------- --------
-------- --------
 


#2 florin91

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 12:13 PM

What are you trying to do?

Finding the datasheet http://www.alcormicr.../matrix-UFD.php ?

http://www.usbdev.ru

#3 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 03:11 PM

Read:

http://reboot.pro/to...ufacturer-tool/

(and links given there).

 

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#4 FurqanHanif

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 05:40 PM

"Team Robot" My Usb Become Write protected and the only way to remove that protection is to use MP Tool .. but i tried almost all MP tool(Alcor Micro) available on flashboot.ru and usbdev.ru but none of them detecting my usb .. so i need some help... :( 

 

"Advance User " i already read this but it's not helpful, no Tool is detecting my usb... :( only two of them detecting but they gave me error which is "Get Chip flash Number fail"... So help Please... :(



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Posted 06 July 2014 - 06:45 PM

"Team Robot" My Usb Become Write protected and the only way to remove that protection is to use MP Tool .. but i tried almost all MP tool(Alcor Micro) available on flashboot.ru and usbdev.ru but none of them detecting my usb .. so i need some help... :(

 

"Advance User " i already read this but it's not helpful, no Tool is detecting my usb... :( only two of them detecting but they gave me error which is "Get Chip flash Number fail"... So help Please... :(

Ok, you will need to RE-read it AGAIN.

 

 

Description: [L:]USB Mass Storage Device(Kingston DataTraveler G3)
Device Type:  Mass Storage Device
 
Protocal Version: USB 2.00
Current Speed: High Speed
Max Current: 100mA
 
USB Device ID: VID = 0951 PID = 1624
 

 

An Alcor tool won't detect an USB with that PID/VID.

 

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#6 florin91

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 07:00 PM

Are you sure the flash is not FAKE and it worked at real capacity?

 

For future reference, this same thread may be read here: http://www.usbdev.ru...p-please/#p2321

 

EDIT: This must worth reading, it seems the same problem (?): http://www.911cd.net...opic=25295&st=0



#7 FurqanHanif

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 07:07 PM

I change the vid/pid but still USB is undetectable... :(

Flash works fine before write protection, and i think it's not fake , because last time i copied 4Gb data on it and it copies Successfully.. 



#8 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 07 July 2014 - 07:04 AM

Well, until you will post HOW EXACTLY you "changed" the vid/pid, which EXACT tools did you try using, under which EXACT OS you did the tests, etc., etc., compare with:

http://homepage.ntlw...ard-litany.html

it is very improbable that you can get any form of help/assistance.

 

Of course you can insist on whining :w00t: :ph34r: providing only vague info or no info, but it won't help in getting you further into the (hopefully successful) repair attempt.

 

In any case the good guy at www.usbdev.ru :thumbsup: is the one with the most experience and knowledge on these tools :worship:, so it is improbable that you will get here "better" advice than what you can get from there.

 

Just so you know there are seemingly two kinds of "fakes":

  1. real fakes (i.e. sticks that have a much smaller capacity)
  2. half fakes (i.e. sticks that have the correct capacity or however a big enough one, but use lower quality - please read as slower - components inside)

 

:duff:

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