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#1 HCN

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Posted 18 January 2015 - 08:31 PM

hi i can find mp tool for my 16 gb noname pendrive


here some data:


Description: [F:]Urządzenie pamięci masowej USB(Generic Flash Disk)
Device Type:        Mass Storage Device

Protocal Version: USB 2.00
Current Speed: High Speed
Max Current: 200mA

USB Device ID: VID = 058F PID = 6387
Serial Number: D4CCE743

Device Vendor: Generic
Device Name: Mass Storage
Device Revision: 0112

Manufacturer: Generic
Product Model: Flash Disk
Product Revision: 8.07

Controller Vendor: Alcor Micro
Controller Part-Number: Unknown(??) - 0xE512 - F/W D82B
Flash ID code:      454C9A92 - SanDisk - 1CE/Single Channel [TLC] -> Total Capacity = 16GB

Tools on web:       http://dl.mydigit.ne...l/up/alcor.html




Volume: F:
Controller: Alcor AU6989SN/AU6998SN
Possible Memory Chip(s): Not available
Flash ID: 454C9A92 7A56
Flash CE: 1
Flash Channels: Single
Chip Code: 0xE512
Chip F/W: D82B
Group: 98
VID: 058F
PID: 6387
Manufacturer: Generic
Product: Mass Storage
Query Vendor ID: Generic
Query Product ID: Flash Disk      
Query Product Revision: 8.07
Physical Disk Capacity: 16043212800 Bytes
Windows Disk Capacity:  16026329088 Bytes
Internal Tags: AYWR-S898
File System: FAT32
Relative Offset: 1188 KB
USB Version: 2.00
Declared Power: 200 mA
ContMeas ID: 48BE-01-00
Microsoft Windows 7 x64
Program Version:




please help i tried everything



thnk Paul

#2 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 20 January 2015 - 07:24 PM

You can or you can not? :dubbio:


And if you already tried everything, then noone can help you. :(


Can you confirm that none of the tools on this page:


work on your stick? :unsure:


The above site (Russian, but not that bad through Google Translate) contains the most complete collection of tools that I know of (and has been referenced several times before on the board, if you search for "Alcor" you will find these references).




#3 HCN

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Posted 20 January 2015 - 10:08 PM

i tried a lot of this rusian and china shit


i meen shit because there is a virus that eat one of my computer in http://flashboot.ru/...p121214ed3_cce/


also now i have 2 computers whit destroy usb ports


like this Clipboard02.jpg


and even i do this:



You must have all administrator privileges!

1- Open Windows Explorer

2- Go to C:/Windows/System32/DriverStore

You will have a couple of folders and files.
You will have *.dat files and other file named: infcache.1

3- Right click every file (dont touch the folders!) and choose properties.

4- go to security tab

5- click Edit

6- choose your account and check the box: full control (see ss)

7- Click ok.

8- Repeat to every file

9- Select all the files (*.dat and infcache.1)

10- Press shift+del

11- Press OK.

12- Now, go to C:Windows/System32/Driver Store/File Repository/

13- Search for folder named usbstor.inf

14- Open it (if you have more than one, choose the most recent)

15- Copy "usbstor.inf" and "usbstor.PNF"

16- Paste those two files to C:/Windows/inf

17- Reboot your pc and voilla! :b


AND fix it up and usb works i reboot computers and usb still like on the picture


maybe you know how i fix it



than i can try all stuf from






#4 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 21 January 2015 - 09:21 AM

Wait a minute.

Which OS are you running?

The C:Windows/System32/Driver Store/File Repository/ is Windows 7 unless I am mistaken, and that seems a "generic" issue with the USB drivers for the controller(s) on the motherboard.


Many of the manufacturers tool won't run (or won't run properly) under anything later than XP, that file you referenced contains NOT a virus, but installing that particular driver filter may well "botch" your existing drivers (on non-XP).





#5 HCN

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Posted 21 January 2015 - 08:40 PM

I HAVE THE SAME Problem in windows 7 64 bit windows xp and windows 7 32 bit with this usb ports i have this problem od 4 computers.


so You tell me to use WIN xp OK


i download all  alcore  stuff and try



but this problem with this usb is very very wierd :(

#6 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 22 January 2015 - 08:53 AM

Well, the MP tool may install a specific driver to "talk" to the USB stick "differently" or "more directly".

It doesn't surprise me at all that this driver messes the USB  driver stack of Windows 7.


BUT your screenshot shows an issue at a "higher level" than the USB usbstor.inf/sys, you have issues with the (Intel ICH9 ) onboard controller driver, you should try to reinstall the motherboard chipset drivers, after having removed "old" USB devices (hidden), and UNinstalled current drivers, see:




About the "no name" stick that possibly is having some issues :dubbio:, if you are looking for the MP Tool for it :unsure:, as I see it one needs to understand how it is possible to have a USB stick (now several Gb in size) for a few bucks.

The thingies are really-really Mass-Produced in very large batches by the actual manufacturer.

These batches are sold to the OEM's (or "brands"), each PCB is connected (before or after having been enclosed in it's "shell", which has a different design for each manufacturer) to a PC (running XP) which runs on it the "Mass Production Tool" which basically does three things:

  1. checks the connection through the USB connector happens

  2. checks (briefly) that the memory inside it works and "formats" it[*]

  3. configures the (Alcor in your case) controller

And then quickly goes to the next one.


I presume that the difference (which usually reflects on price) between "known brands" and "no name" ones are that the "known brands":

  1. use better components/manufacturers

  2. carry a more thorough check during configuration and/or have a more selective approach on "slightly defective" items

  3. possibly do complete quality testing on each batch

There are the "no name" but "good guys", that maybe are a tadbit quicker in the checks and possibly get batches from "less reliable" manufacturers, but that all in all produce at the end decent products (and sell them at a lower price than "know brands".


But there are the "no name" (REALLY "no name") ones that get either what has been already discarded by the first two (and "repair" or "recondition" them) or get the base PCB from a "low end" manufacturer possibly making use of lesser quality components.


More or less and possibly including some of the "high cost", "high speed" newish USB 3.0 sticks (that are really-really a mini SSD with a USB Controller + USB to SATA bridge) all USB sticks tend to be rather crappy devices (there are a few exception, for specific "known brands" and for specific models).


So, when you get a "known brand" you usually get a crappy device, but a crappy device that passed several tests, when you buy a "no name" (but "good guys") one you get a crappy device that passed fewer or less strict tests, when you get a "no name" (really "no name") you get a crappy device that has not been tested or has been tested, found partially defective and sold nonetheless.






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