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jeremyb



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PostPosted: Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:04    Post subject: SanDisk 20-99-00092-2 & 20-99-00121-1 Common Faults
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I wrote an article on SanDisk 20-99-00092-2 & 20-99-00121-1 common faults for anyone who's interested.
These are old drives however the NAND chips are often encrypted and replacing two passives will bring most drives back to life.

https://www.recovermyflashdrive.com/solved-sandisk-cruzer-20-99-00099-2-20-99-00121-1-faults/
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2018 8:24    Post subject:
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this is awesome dude, thanks for sharing. I usually swap NAND and controller to the known working donor. Glad to see the issue simplified
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