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FC8308 VID = 1111 PID = 2222 Repair Fake Flash Drive Solution

Posted by inspectortech on October 4, 2009

FixFakeFlash – solution FC8308 controller identified with VID = 1111 PID = 2222, fake flash drive. The drive tested and repaired was from eBay Fake Flash Seller 123456wowo123456 aka mememao9898. Advertised as 16GB, it’s true capacity was 4GB. This fake flash drive can be repaired using the following information.

WiseOne repaired:

3639

If you have this controller and or VID PID information, the solution may help you to repair your fake.

Read About VID PID Repairing Counterfeit Flash Drives – Steps To Succeed before proceeding to solution.

HOW I SUCCESSFULLY REPAIRED THE DRIVE (3.8Gb Capacity) By WiseOne

VID: 1111
PID: 2222
Controller: FC8308 – ALCOR
Chip: (one NAND flash chip SpecTek FBNL63A51K3WG-AF equiv. to Micron MT29F4G08MAA).

The data sheet (http://www.spectek.com/pdfs/SpecTek_pns_Flash.pdf) showed me the ID of the chip, and I found it in the FC MpTool INI file and discovered it was the same as the Micron chip (must be imported by
Micron as one of theirs).

Have repaired the flash device now with FC MPTool:

FC_MpTool_1.19

  1. Ran the FC MPtool.exe without the drive plugged in, plugged in the drive and clicked refresh.
  2. Choose the Micron MT29F4G08MAA, under Flash Type and under “Other” Tab, “Compel Flash”
  3. MP Setup: Optimize: LLF Set optimize
  4. Set VID and PID to 1111 and 2222 under “Information” tab.
  5. Chose filesystem FAT32 under “Bad Block” tab.
  6. Clicked Ok, then “Start”

It tested successfully with h2testw.

Note: You may consider to open the usb flash memory drive to check the storage chip before proceeding with the reflashing exercise, if the tool does not auto detect your memory flash storage chip.

Solution Provider: WiseOne. 20091003
Reported In at: SOSFakeFlashDrive@gmail.com

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18 Responses to “FC8308 VID = 1111 PID = 2222 Repair Fake Flash Drive Solution”

  1. Vodka7up said

    Can’t run the application, an error appears with the message “NO LOADER IMAGE FILE!”

  2. fake_usb_victim said

    The MPTools also gave me NO LOADER IMAGE FILE!” error.

  3. Fernando said

    ESTOU POSTANDO PARA DIZE QUE ESTOU CONSEGUINDO RECUPERAR MEU PEN DRIVER.
    ELE RECONHECIA APENAS 8MB SENDO QUE ELE É DE 8GB, COM ESSE PROGRAMA ESTOU BATALHANDO E JA FIZ ELE RECONHECER 2GB E CONTINUAREI TENTANDO. MAS FUNCIONA PARABENS QUANDO EU CONSEGUIR COMPLETO EU DIREI A VOCES. UM ABRAÇO E OBRIGADO

  4. Meins321 said

    reupload:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/285280298/FC_MpTool_1.19.rar

  5. akash said

    i installed the software mp tool it does not allow to access the refresh option , only password option is available ..plz help

  6. akash said

    sorry i mean only setup option is available

    • InspectorTech said

      Where did you get the tool from? What version is it? Advise you look for a different one.

      The objective is to find the version that recognizes the usb flash drive, and only check the set up options to make sure ecc is closed, then run in automode to repair the size.

      There are many different versions, Akash. Many different tools.

  7. jomar said

    hey can you tell me the password for the set up buttom,, my flash drive is down to 62mb from 2 gig after formating

  8. Jon said

    Thanks, it worked. i bought my “16GB” usb on ebay and it turn out to be a 4GB after fix.

  9. marcio said

    Hi,I have a kingston 16gb, but he dont works, so i use the chipgenius and I discovery that the chip is an alcor fc8308 and the vid 518F, pid=6387. I try but did´not found any tool to repair, if someone have any sugestion I thanks.

  10. Fred said

    mptool on win 7 64bit does not find any drives.
    Any ideas?

    I open the program as administrator,.

    The only pushable button is the setup one.
    Asks for a pass change. Leaving all empty i can change the setup but still no devices found.
    So the Start pause and so on are gray and unpushable.

    Tried the ver 1.9 to 4.0; no luck.

  11. Jose Roberto said

    Eu não consigo entrar no programa. Preciso do password.
    alguem teria para me enviar para o meu e-mal?

  12. Jose Roberto said

    hey can you tell me the password for the set up buttom, my flash drive is 128GB. Please send me by my e-mail.
    thanks a lot

  13. Silva said

    Eu preciso da password para abrir o fc mptool
    Alguem poderia me enviar por e-mail: jrsilvarc@terra.com.br

  14. kamran aslam said

    new download link

    http://rapidshare.com/files/285280298/FC_MpTool_1.19.rar

    FC_MpTool_1.19

    Ran the FC MPtool.exe without the drive plugged in, plugged in the drive and clicked refresh.
    Choose the Micron MT29F4G08MAA, under Flash Type and under “Other” Tab, “Compel Flash”
    MP Setup: Optimize: LLF Set optimize
    Set VID and PID to 1111 and 2222 under “Information” tab.
    Chose filesystem FAT32 under “Bad Block” tab.
    Clicked Ok, then “Start”

    It tested successfully with h2testw.

  15. i got a advance flash drive which i bought as an 8gb flash drive…

    chi[p genius shows it an alcor fc8308
    vid 0011
    pid 7788

    but when i open it up it say's the black controller chip reads fc8908

    so i got the fc8908 tool formatted the flash it got detected as 4gb but started acting weird so i decided to flash it again but know it shows this error in the mp tool
    30400: unknown flash error
    ID[0]: 0×45,0xD7,0xD8,0xC2,0×76,0xD5

    ps i cannot see the flash chip on the usb drive as it got erased….

    so how can i fix this

    thanks in advance for any help

  16. pls help me
    this Description

    Protocal Version: USB 2.00
    Current Speed: High Speed
    Max Current: 100mA

    USB Device ID: VID = 1111 PID = 2222
    Serial Number: C4EABE42

    Device Vendor: Generic
    Device Name: Mass Storage
    Device Revision: 0102

    Manufacturer: Generic
    Product Model: Flash Disk
    Product Revision: 8.00

    Chip Vendor: Alcor Micro
    Chip Part-Number: AU6983/AU6986 – F/W EF5F

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