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Are You Trying To Repair Fake Flash Memory Cards? Read TechChips Report, Covers Methods For Windows And Linux.

Posted by inspectortech on July 18, 2011

Repairing flash memory cards to their real capacity is not as easy as it is for fake usb flash drives or mp players. TechChips at FlashChipTech released a report you should read:

Fixing Fake SD SDHC Cards, Is It Possible? What Are The Problems And Challenges? What Software To Use To Test For Flash Memory Fake Chips. Is There A Free Download To Check Flash Drives And Memory Cards Size

It’s probably the best chance you have to repair hacked memory cards and understand the challenges you face.

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TechChip’s Observations On Chipgenius To Identify Flash Memory Chips In Repairing Fake Capacity

Posted by inspectortech on December 7, 2010

At FixFakeFlash we have been providing people with information to repair hacked memory chips for over two years. One of the software products used to auto identify identify flash memory controllers and storage chips is Chipgenius also know as Chip Genius.

TechChips has finally released a report on this software you should read before you begin your mission to try and repair flash memory to their real capacity.

Chip Genius – The Good And The Bad About This Software In Identify Flash Memory Chips And Repairing Fake Hacked Memory. How Useful Is Chipgenius?

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FC8308 VID = 0001 PID = 7778 Repair Fake Flash Drive Solution

Posted by inspectortech on March 29, 2010

FixFakeFlash – solution FC8308 controller identified with VID = 0001 PID = 7778, fake flash drive. The drive tested and repaired was from eBay Fake Flash Seller emily123123. Advertised as 8GB, it’s true capacity was 2GB. This fake flash drive can be repaired using the following information.

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Fake Memory Testing – InspectorTech’s Advice

Posted by inspectortech on February 22, 2010

Fake flash memory chips are a serious problem. It seems that over 1,000,000 flash memory chips are reprogrammed each month according to TechChip’s recent article: How Can You Spot Fake Flash Memory Chips? What Is the Key Factor That Determines If MP3 MP4 Players, USB Flash Drives Or Memory Cards Are Fake Capacity?

So how do you test your flash memory chips to find out if they are the advertised size?

There are many programmes on the market, but there is only one that seems to provide the most accurate and informative results, H2testw. It might take a long time to run as it must test the “advertised capacity” not just the real size of the flash memory chip. If you have a large capacity to test, consider running over night or on the weekend when you don’t need your computer. Our technical teams use this programme and prefer it.

If you are planning on trying to restore your fake usb flash drive, mp player or memory card it is important that you first find out what the real size of the flash memory chip is. It is also important to use this software tool after you have repaired, to make sure that it is now safe to use. The program H2testw can give you greater confidence that you succeeded in your restoration of true capacity.

To learn more about H2testw and for the download links to the free file, please read:H2testw 1.4 – Gold Standard In Detecting USB Counterfeit Drives

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Repairing Fake Flash Memory. How You Ended Up With This Problem And Challenge. From InspectorTech At FixFakeFlash.

Posted by inspectortech on January 28, 2010

So you are trying to repair a fake flash memory product? Wondering how you got into this mess? Well what do you know about the costs of flash memory?

SOSFakeFlash helps eBay members who have been frauded on eBay. They collect data as well as investigate fraudulent sellers caught. The InspectorTech group at FixFakeFlash is republishing their article. Please read it and learn why you ended up at the FixFakeFlash site!

Feel free to post the address to this article at websites and forums. You have a tough challenge ahead of you to fix your fake memory item. Warn people, help educate the global public. Write in your native language!

There are better things to do with our lives then repairing flash memory items reprogrammed to lie about their real size. Did you lose files and data?

Reprinted From SOSFakeFlash 20100108:

 

LearningAboutFakeMemoryFromUs

Why do people become victims on eBay when they buy flash memory cards, usb flash drives or MPx Players?

Members do not understand the real costs of flash memory chips. They assume the low prices on eBay are because the retail outlet has been removed from the picture. Wrong!

Please visit FlashFakeCentral . The site was fast tracked to the internet.

You have two very important lessons assigned to you:

A) Consult Flash Memory prices. Flash Memory Chips – Prices. You will even find a current hotlink to the spot prices for the day.

B) Read the Global report. It covers SOSFakeFlash’s efforts for 2008 to the end of 2009. Global – eBay Fake Memory. You will find out how much fake flash sellers receive in bid prices for their false capacity items depending on their continent of registration, What the average buying prices are by victims, even how the false capacity sizes offered is changing by business quarter.

After you have completed your lessons, return to SOSFakeFlash to test your item, report in and begin your fight against having been frauded on eBay.

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Türkçe Fake Flash disk kurtarma için yukaridaki link e tiklayin

Posted by inspectortech on November 27, 2009

For Turkish Fix Fake Guide: Turkish Fix Fake Guide (Türkçe Fake Flash disk kurtarma için yukaridaki link e tiklayin)

This article in Turkish provides a nice visual example to follow.

Provided by: Senol Calisan November 26th, 2009.

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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:

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

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Victim Of Counterfeit Flash Voyager GT 16GB and 32GB Purchased On eBay Creates A Visual Guide

Posted by inspectortech on August 13, 2009

What does a Counterfeit Corsair Flash Voyager GT usb flash drive look like? A recent victim on eBay documented his case, complete with purchase, feedback, testing, warnings to buyers and of course photographic evidence.

CaptainVoyager’s takes you step by step examining the flash drive with photos. Then he takes it apart. What does he find? Join CapatinVoyager on his detective mission and find out. His presentation is very different for the photo section – no text. You need to be a detective too! Hint. Examine the photo’s of the fake Flash Voyager GT, hover with your mouse to see his captions.

Visit CaptainVoyager’s page he made for you!

http://home.deds.nl/~counterfeit/

It’s his contribution to the war against fake flash usb drives and especially counterfeited brand names!

If you purchased a fake Flash Voyager GT usb flash drive advertised as 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB on eBay please report in to SOSFakeFlash using their Report A Fake Tab.

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Fake MP Player and How To Fix It – Niko’s Repair Of eBay Seller lovehuangfeifei2008 Fake MP Player

Posted by inspectortech on May 21, 2009

Is this MP Player sold by lovehuangfeifei2008 really 8GB? No it is not. It is only 2GB. So how did a victim fix this MP Player?

See how Niko managed to restore the Fake MP Player sold by lovehuangfeifei2008 to it’s real 2GB size. The solution could help you repair your fake MP Player to it’s true size so you can use it.

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ATJ209X ACU75XX VID = 10D6 PID = 1101 Repair Fake MP Player Solution

Posted by inspectortech on February 1, 2009

FixFakeFlash – solution ATJ209X ACU75XX controllers identified with VID = 10D6 PID = 1101, fake MP Players. The MP Player tested and repaired was from the high volume eBay Fake MP Player johnnymagasin. Advertised as 8GB, it’s true capacity was 1GB. This fake MP Player can be repaired using the following information. The steps outlined in this solution may work for other MP Players as well.

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

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AU6983 VID = 0000 PID = 7777 Repair Fake Flash Drive Solution

Posted by inspectortech on January 10, 2009

FixFakeFlash – solution AU6983 controller identified with VID = 0000 PID = 7777, fake flash drive. The drive tested and repaired was from eBay Fake Flash Seller powerrangolee. Advertised as 16GB, it’s true capacity was 4GB. This fake flash drive can be repaired using the following information. It can also apply to other flash drives having the same identification.

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

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Guide to fix hacked USB drives – A visual Example

Posted by inspectortech on January 5, 2009

One of eBay’s Fake Flash victims created a neat visual guide after reporting his fake to SOSFakeFlash. It is a wonderful example for anyone interested in repairing a fake flash drive and seeing how the tools work before trying to carry out a repair. Even if you don’t have an AMECO or Micov based controller chip on your fake flash drive, it can help you prepare. Many reflashing tools are similar in their interface and the general principals to operate.

Guide to fix hacked USB drives

After reading it, you are ready for a more detailed explanation of the things you will need to do to prepare for rescuing your fake.

About VID PID Repairing Counterfeit Flash Drives – Steps To Succeed

The fixfakeflash.wordpress.com site has some known solutions available. The most important information is the controller chip vendor for the flash item, known as the “Chip Part-Number” with ChipGenius.

If you don’t find a solution that works visit the main site for incoming information repair solutions. sosfakeflash.wordpress.com

Posted in Advice, AMECO, Micov, MW6208E, MXT6208, MXT8208 | Tagged: , , , , , , | 14 Comments »

MXT6208 VID = 2008 PID = 2018 VID = 2000 PID = 2008 Repair Fake Flash Drive Solution

Posted by inspectortech on December 12, 2008

FixFakeFlash – solution MXT6208 controller identified with VID = 2008 PID = 2018 or VID = 2000 PID = 2008, fake flash drives. A total of 9 drives were tested and repaired. Advertised as 8GB, the true capacity varied from 680MB to 1.9GB (formatted). These fake flash drives can be repaired using the following information:

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

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MW6208E VID = 2001 PID = 2008 Repair Fake Flash Drive Solution

Posted by inspectortech on December 12, 2008

FixFakeFlash – solution MW6208E controller identified with VID = 2001 PID = 2008, fake flash drive. The drive tested and repaired was from eBay Fake Flash Seller xiaotian_abc. Advertised as 8GB, it’s true capacity was 1GB. based fake flash drive can be repaired using the following information.

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

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i5128-LG i5128-L iCreate Repair Fake Flash Drive Solution

Posted by inspectortech on December 12, 2008

FixFakeFlash – solution i5128-LG or i5128-L controllers (iCreate), fake flash drive. The drive tested and repaired was from an eBay Fake Flash Seller long forgotten. Advertised as 8GB, it’s true capacity was 4GB. VID and PID information not provided in this solution (drives were disassembled by fake flash victim) get information. Read (Put Article) before proceeding to solution

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

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AU6986 VID = 0000 PID = 7777 Repair Fake Flash Drive Solution

Posted by inspectortech on December 12, 2008

FixFakeFlash – solution AU6986 controller identified with VID = 0000 PID = 7777, fake flash drive.

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Alcor VID = 058F PID = 6387 Repair Fake Flash Drive Solution

Posted by inspectortech on December 12, 2008

FixFakeFlash – solution Alcor controller (chip set not mentioned) identified with VID = 058F PID = 6387, fake flash drive. The drive tested and repaired was from eBay Fake Flash Seller chaiching28. Advertised as 16GB, it’s true capacity was 4GB. This fake flash drive can be repaired using the following information.

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

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MXT8208 VID = 1221 PID = 3234 Repair Fake Flash Drive Solution

Posted by inspectortech on December 11, 2008

FixFakeFlash – solution MXT8208 controller identified with VID = 1221 PID = 3234, fake flash drive. The drive tested and repaired was a fake 32GB “Transend”. Advertised as 32GB, it’s true capacity was 499MB. This fake flash drive can be repaired using the following information.

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

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