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Cannot detected USBs 7 months 3 weeks ago #2147

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Hi, I am not able to read my Ventura Pro 32GB and 2 Ventura Plus. In windows they show up as removable device "no media" and 0 GB. Is there anyway that I can flash it back to the original firmware?

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I ran ChipGenuis and this is the output that I get.
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Description: [G:]USB Mass Storage Device(Phison USB DISK 50X)
Device Type: Mass Storage Device

Protocal Version: USB 3.00
Current Speed: High Speed
Max Current: 224mA

USB Device ID: VID = 13FE PID = 5200
Serial Number: 000000000003

Device Vendor: Phison
Device Name: USB DISK 53X
Device Revision: 0110

Manufacturer: Phison
Product Model: USB DISK 50X
Product Revision: PMAP

Controller Part-Number: Unknown
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Cannot detected USBs 7 months 3 weeks ago #2148

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Hi,

No flasher is available for these drives. Usually if the drive displays like that it is some sort of internal issue, usually flash.
You have three drives like this that have 0MB in disk management?
Were these drives all on the same mobo?
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Cannot detected USBs 7 months 3 weeks ago #2151

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I have tried multiply mobo and OS(Linux, windows, mac)
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Cannot detected USBs 7 months 3 weeks ago #2152

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All 3 drives show this issue
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Cannot detected USBs 7 months 3 weeks ago #2153

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What I am trying to understand is why you have 3 drives drives like this, on occasion a USB drive will fail, but with three I am wondering if something else is going on to cause the issue.
What I was trying to figure out was if all the drives failed with some common link, like on a particular mobo.

Is there some common thing like hardware or a utility that these drives have been on when they went to 0MB?
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Cannot detected USBs 7 months 3 weeks ago #2155

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No remember the exact connected system or device that i connected to when each failed. Just to clarify i have multiply systems with different mobo (work test environment). Because i have a number usb keys I didn't stop to focus on this issue. If i plug in a key and it does work I would likely use another and look at it later.
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