[SOLVED] Firmware for Adata 16GB flash drive please?

Aug 25, 2020
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good morning

i have problem with my Adata 16GB USB flash drive. My problem is simple, when i open it with chipgenius it says it's only 128MB but it should be 16GB.

What i need to do please help me? I wanna change the firmware but i have no idea to what to do.
This is what chip genius shows me:


Description: [E:]Périphérique de stockage de masse USB(Generic Flash Disk 2.0)
Device Type: Mass Storage Device

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

USB Device ID: VID = 5136 PID = 4678

Device Vendor: Generic
Device Name: USB2.0 FlashDisk
Device Revision: 1000

Manufacturer: Generic
Product Model: Flash Disk 2.0
Product Revision: 2.60

Controller Vendor: Micov
Controller Part-Number: MW8209(MXT6208E)
Flash ID code: ADA10015 - Hynix H27S1G8F2B - 1CE/Single Channel [SLC-2K] -> Total Capacity = 128MB

Hint: : Please exit this program and RE-PLUG your USB Flash Drive before you can operate it!

Tools on web: http://dl.mydigit.net/special/up/micov.html


Possible Flash Part-Number
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[1CE]H27S1G8F2B x 1 pcs/Channel x 1 Channel


Flash ID mapping table
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[Channel 0] [Channel 1]


please help me
 
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RealBeast

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I would clean the USB using diskpart. Plug in the USB. Open a command prompt window with a right click and run as admin. Then type (hitting enter after each command but wait till each completes):
diskpart
list disk
select disk n (where n is the USB stick from the list command) Be VERY careful to select the correct disk.
clean
create part primary
active
select partition 1
format fs=<enter either fat32 or ntfs>
Then give it time to do this full format before you exit the command prompt.
 

RealBeast

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I would clean the USB using diskpart. Plug in the USB. Open a command prompt window with a right click and run as admin. Then type (hitting enter after each command but wait till each completes):
diskpart
list disk
select disk n (where n is the USB stick from the list command) Be VERY careful to select the correct disk.
clean
create part primary
active
select partition 1
format fs=<enter either fat32 or ntfs>
Then give it time to do this full format before you exit the command prompt.
 
Aug 25, 2020
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I would clean the USB using diskpart. Plug in the USB. Open a command prompt window with a right click and run as admin. Then type (hitting enter after each command but wait till each completes):
diskpart
list disk
select disk n (where n is the USB stick from the list command) Be VERY careful to select the correct disk.
clean
create part primary
active
select partition 1
format fs=<enter either fat32 or ntfs>
Then give it time to do this full format before you exit the command prompt.
hi thank you for your reply
everythings was going normal but when i type format fs=fat32 it tell me that the disk is so small
what to do please and thank you
 
Aug 25, 2020
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thank you
i have another usb of 16gb but it windows don't detecte it in my computer it's another fail
or i can restore it please
 

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