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Fix a Fake USB drive software


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Yhe1

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Hello, I think I just brought a fake 128gb kingston drive on ebay. I am looking for software to fix them and set them to the correct size. Does anybody have any experiences with those that they can recommend? Thanks.
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If you think you bought a fake, you probably did, looks like they are all over the place. This link I am giving has 3 pages, read them all, it also has a link to a software that can tell you how many gb of info can be installed on the drive, ie giving the exact size of the drive. As for software to actually fix the size to correct size, you got me there. If it`s a fake nothing is going to change how many gb of info it can hold. Here is the link: http://www.brighthub...cles/33110.aspx

Edited by Mikeme, 01 May 2010 - 03:20 PM.

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