I have an option of buying a batch of "fake" 64 GB USB sticks, they are sold as 64 gb but the chip inside clearly says 16GB, However, when connected to the computer, it reports a 62 GB USB memory is connected. When I test it with my H2Testw 1.4 program, it onlys finds 15.2 GB of valid verifyable memory. I can't find a way to format it, eliminating the memory that is not physically there. Are these chips preprogrammed to report 64GB even if there is only a 16GB chip on? And if so, how do I re-program these sticks to the correct value??? Is there an EPROM on the little circuitboard that has been instructed to "lie" about the true value of the hardware??