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  1. Next they will want to protect your child from 'extremist' political opinions. (ie anything that the neo-nazi conservatives disagree with). Strangely, they don't want to protect your kids from stupidity, that's why nobody talks about blocking 'creationist' websites or any other website spreading the religion-parasite, despite the fact that they turn children into idiotic losers ..
  2. If you open the 'Settings'-dialog you can choose the NAND-type in 'Flash-settings' . It's possible you have to choose the correct NAND-type/capacity manually ...
  3. PID 3234 is supposed to be a Ameco-controller, Ameco-tools are here : Ameco MPT's on flashboot.ru I'm not sure about the specific version you have ..
  4. Flashboot.ru has 2 tools for cbm2080, try those and see if it solves the problem: http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://flashboot.ru/Files-file-159.html&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhgPJI-Mx2-UqTljiK7bVXKQRIWcGw http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://flashboot.ru/Files-file-74.html&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhiT9hgcVs3JcCNDPRfKm1PdEZdSyg Some of the older tools may have problems working on Vista/win7 and you need admin-rights. Some antivirus-software may also interfere and you should insure that nothing is accessing the flash-drive..
  5. Damn right you should, instead of building up your own personal mini-East Germany around him .. Then it's hardly personal, is it ? In order to learn children how not to get hurt by life you need to teach them about life ! Naturally, if the kid is not allowed to know what a penis is, you will find it hard to teach him that he shouldn't show it to internet-uncle Bob .. Besides, he probably already knows those words he's not allowed to see but since he sounds like a smart kid he's to clever to say them when you guys listen ...
  6. What error message does it show ? (you need admin-rights and maybe UAC can mess things up to) What's on the CD-ROM ? On some sandisk drives the CD-removal tool is inside the Launchpad.exe file, you may be able to extract it with "Universal extractor" or something ..
  7. VID 0781 is supposed to be SanDisk.. My guess is you have one of these : http://www.checkpoint.com/products/abra/ There are not many tools available for SanDisk products, you could try their "Launchpad removal"-tool but I have no idea if it works on that controller.
  8. I'm afraid you need to start here : http://sosfakeflash.wordpress.com/
  9. IOSys


    Why, because they frequently open up for registrations ? Or because of all the great stuff you can find ??
  10. VendorID 13fe is supposed to be Phison, they have a tool that should work on most of their controllers, Phison MPALL v3.18.00 http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=e...3Fname%3Diflash
  11. All your power-plants are belong to U.S. I guess they will just have to make another falseflag attack to justify bombing Iran ..
  12. Yes, knowing the password always works! If you don't there is no way to do it, bruteforcing isn't "a way for de-crypting.." If you wanna try bruteforcing you will need to build a few nuclear power-plants first : Estimated age of The Universe : 1.373±0.012×10*10 (13.73 billion years±120 million years)
  13. No, "shortcuts" are "similar" to sym-links. As usual microsoft has stolen somebody else's "IP" and obfuscated it's correct name to destroy the evidence ..
  14. A 1955 Vintage Mint Condition (in original box) Nestler 0370 Electro Slide-Rule.. (this is a scan of a late '60's early '70's model, mine has those cool 1950's fonts with serifs ) It's made of an old-time material called "wood" , specifically "Mahogany", and some proprietary plastic-compound .. Einstein ( and Von Braun ) used this one :
  15. Well, IT IS .. IF those things really exist they have had their capacity faked, just like those 16GB fake-things that are only 1GB. And I can GUARANTEE you that the extra free space can be reclaimed.. If those things actually exist ! YOU said they DO exist, plz tell me some more ....
  16. No you can't .. IT IS NOT A PARTITION , its a LUN that the OS sees as a separate device . You can only remove it by telling the controller not to present it to the OS.
  17. Plz : Name me some drives that are in reality twice the capacity and I'll buy a bunch of them and reclaim the space with the MPT .
  18. You can't format it away because it is not a partition, it's a LUN that appears as a separate device. Establish the make and model of the drives controller, then go to flashboot.ru http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=e...3Fname%3Diflash and download the correct Mass Production Tool and use it to remove the CD-ROM device .
  19. It depends on what controller your flash-drive uses. Most controllers, being ATA-compliant, support password-protection utilizing the ATA security feature set, but there doesn't seem to be a standardized way to enable or enter the password . USBest has a user-tool for their UT16x-series of UFD-controllers, UFDUtility v3.2.5.5 http://translate.googleusercontent.com/tra...tpB6xg3Y4zGQFMw Other manufacturers may also have a user-tool, have a look in the files-section @ flashboot.ru Sometimes the tool is packet with the installer for the mass-production tool !
  20. Sparda, you need to provide some documentation for that, even if you are just replying to a spam-bot. Can't you hear yourself how retarded it sounds to sell a flashdrive that is in reality 16GB as a 8GB drive ??
  21. No, the password is used to trigger a switch in the controller that opens for access to the NAND . From any OS's POV there IS no storage until the correct pw has been entered . (AFAIK the only reason you can't enter the password under Linux is that nobody bothered porting the log-in software,probably because the source-code isn' available) Furthermore, many versions of cruzers use AES128 internally if you pw-protect the device, even if it wasn't advertised and you didn't pay extra !! so you generally can't pull the NAND from the board and place it in a flash-RAM reader .
  22. No, the u3 controller will reformat the device . The counter is also in the controllers domain and there are no known ways to "reset" it . In the very early u3 controller firmware-versions there was a bug that resulted in the drive only being "quick-formatted", allowing the use of data-recovery software, but now the drive performs a ATA-security erase. Doing "stuff" under other OS won't help anything, you need to remember that password right ..
  23. Sure, if you use the word "hacking" in it's original meaning .. But in the media it seems like "hacking" = "crime" ..
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