Xbox:USB Device Compatibility List

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Below is a list of USB storage devices tested to work as Xbox "memory cards" through a USB to controller port adapter. Note that such devices must be 4GB or less. SD cards (inserted into USB card readers, even including PSPs!) have a very high success rate. Rooted Android phones running Xbox:DriveDroid to produce a virtual disk are also acceptable.

If it recognises an attached storage device, the Xbox:Microsoft Dashboard will show an image of a memory card alongside the main console when entering the Memory screen. If the device hasn't already been formatted to the FATX file system format used by the console, the dashboard will automatically wipe it and then flash up a message indicating that it has done so.

Unrecognised devices are usually ignored, although some will cause the display to rapidly flash so long as they're plugged in. In some rare cases, preformatting a USB drive to FAT32 (eg by entering FORMAT F: /fs:FAT32 in Windows Command Prompt, with F: being the corresponding drive letter) or FATX (eg by using Xbox:FATXplorer) may help. Plugging the device in before powering the Xbox on may also increase the chances that it will be recognized.

If you don't have any luck finding the specific models below, you can try your luck on Amazon.

Confirmed Working Devices

  • Rooted Android devices using DriveDroid
  • Any flash drive sold from Chimeric Systems Store
  • 128MB RAOYI Flash Drives (Canadian Amazon)
  • 3System USB Flash Disk USB Drive 32 MB (1998 blocks)
  • A-DATA 2GB FLASH DRIVE PD1 Series (Worked after formatting to 32MB using A-Data flash utility)
  • A-DATA 2GB FLASH DRIVE PD2-G20 (50000+ blocks)
  • A-DATA 2GB FLASH DRIVE PD9 Series (50000+ blocks)
  • Aigo 128MB USB Memory Stick (7997 blocks)
  • Apacer 256MB USB Key (Paradigit) HANDY STENO 2.0
  • Apacer 128MB USB Key HANDY STENO TM202 (7933 blocks)
  • Apple iPod Nano 2GB 2nd gen (50000+ blocks)
  • Apple iPod Shuffle 512MB - Works for some people, not others.
  • Ativa 512 MB High-speed USB 2.0 Portable Flash Drive: Transfer saves to Xbox, but not the other way around.
  • AVB 64 MB USB 1.1 Mobile Drive (4030 blocks) - VID: 0x0EA0 PID: 0x6803
  • Axine 32MB USB Memory Stick (2042 blocks)
  • Belkin 32MB USB 2.0 Memory Stick
  • Belkin 128MB USB Flash Drive (7998 blocks)
  • BenQ 256MB USB Flash Drive (15996 blocks) - VID: 0x04A5 | PID: 0x7500
  • Captiva USB BAR 128 MB (7989 blocks)
  • Centrios DSC-314 without a SD card (935 blocks)
  • Checkpoint Software 64 MB / 256MB USB-Stick - VID 0x0204 | PID: 0x6025
  • Commodore Floppy -on- stick 128MB (7989 blocks)
  • COMSOL 16MB
  • COMSOL 128MB
  • CnMemory 64MB USB1.1 (iCreate Technologies Corp., use "MechInstaller-1.0-FATX-8MB-to-32MB.img", 4014 blocks)
  • CnMemory 128MB USB2.0
  • CompUSA 128MB USB 2.0 SKU: 332150
  • Corsair Flash Voyager (512 MB)
  • Corsair Flash Voyager (1 GB), had to low level format first
  • Creative Labs Muvo MP3 Player 32MB (1918 blocks)
  • Creative Labs Nomad Muvo MP3 Player 128MB (7997 blocks)
  • Creative Labs MuVo TX FM MP3 Player 128MB - VID: 0x041E | PID: 0x4120
  • Creative Labs Muvo TX Slim MP3 Player 128MB - VID:0x041E PID: 0x4112
  • Creative MuVo TX FM MP3 Player 256MB (15604 blocks) - Must first be formatted to FAT32
  • Creative Labs Muvo V200 256MB (15604 blocks)
  • DaneElec 128MB
  • DaneElec 256MB - Works for some.
  • Dell 64MB - Had to use 'Write to 32mb' button
  • Dell 128MB
  • Dell 256MB
  • Dick Smith Electronics 512MB (31802 blocks) - Had to constantly reinstall Action Replay drivers. Needs to be FAT32.
  • Digital Research MP3 player 32MB (~5092 blocks)
  • Digitrex DSC-1300 camera, in Mass Storage mode (8MB)
  • Dolphin PowerCAM 2.0 Megapixel Digital Camera FASTUSB-1015
  • EasyDisk 32MB (2014 Blocks)
  • EasyDisk 128MB (7997 Blocks)
  • EXCALIBUR 64MB Flash Drive
  • Feiya Technology Corp. 128MB (aka QPS .m / QPS multimedia usb 2.0 key)
  • Flash/SM Super Talent 2.0 - VID: 0x090C | PID: 0x1000
  • Freecom USB Stick 32 MB (1998 blocks)
  • FujiFilm FinePix S5000 with 256MB xD card
  • FujiFilm FinePix S5500 with 16MB xD card
  • FujiFilm FinePix A210 with 64MB xD card
  • FujiFilm FinePix A210 with 16MB xD card
  • FujiFilm FinePix A330 with 16MB xD card
  • Fujitsu Siemens 64MB Menustick
  • Fujitsu Siemens SB-512 MemoryBird USB-2.0 512MB
  • Gateway 16MB USB Flash Drive (998 blocks) - VID: 0x0C45 | PID: 0x1060
  • Gateway 32MB USB Flash Drive (1998 blocks) - VID: 0x0C45 | PID: 0x1060
  • GXT Mobile Data Drive - 1GB, 50000 blocks
  • Hama 6-in-1 USB Card Reader (Model-Nr.: 46958) with Lexar Media 16MB CompactFlash (992 blocks)
  • HP Photosmart 315 with 8 MB SanDisk CF Card
  • HP Photosmart C618 Digital Camera
  • HP Photosmart M22 with Firmware version 2.02.08 and no Memory card (593 blocks)
  • IBM 32 MB USB Memory Key (1998 blocks)
  • iCreate Technologies Generic USB Flash Drive 128MB (8045 Blocks) - VID: 0x1043 | PID: 0x8006
  • Inovix iMP-64, 1GB (USB 2.0, Radio) (50000+ blocks)
  • Integral 32Mb USB Flash Drive 32Mb (20xx Blocks) - VID: 0x0EA0 | PID: 0x6803
  • Intenso Micro Line USB Memory Stick (4GB, 50000+ blocks) from (German) Amazon (Dutch) Amazon
  • Iomega Micro Mini USB Drive (64MB, 3995 Blocks)
  • KBGear JamP3 Player (9998 blocks)
  • KingMax USB2.0 Flash Drive 512MB - KS/PD2-512M (31994 blocks)
  • Kingston DataTraveler 32 MB (1998 blocks), 64 MB (3934 blocks), 128 MB & 256 MB (15740 blocks)
  • Kingston DataTraveler Elite 2GB (50000 blocks) - Must be formatted as FAT32
  • Lexar JumpDrive 2.0 Pro 256 MB (JD256-40-501 RevB) (15740 blocks)
  • Lexar JumpDrive Elite 128MB
  • Lexar Jumpdrive Expression 512MB (31706 blocks)
  • Lexar JumpDrive Secure 128 MB (7869 blocks) - May not be usable in Windows afterwards unless you format to FAT32 with Linux.
  • Lexar JumpDrive Secure 256 MB (15740 blocks) - May not be usable in Windows afterwards unless you format to FAT32 with Linux.
  • Lexar JumpDrive Secure 512 MB (31706 blocks) - May not be usable in Windows afterwards unless you format to FAT32 with Linux.
  • Lexar JumpDrive Secure 1 GB (50000+ blocks) - May not be usable in Windows afterwards unless you format to FAT32 with Linux.
  • Lexar JumpDrive Secure II 256MB (15836 blocks) - VID: 0x05DC | PID: 0xA531
  • Lexar JumpDrive Sport 64 MB
  • Lexar JumpDrive Sport 128MB (7776 blocks) - Some do not work. Samsung K9F1G08UOA-YCBO and Lexar FC1693-TC-AD controller works.
  • Lexar JumpDrive Sport 256MB Mega-X-Key doesn't recognize, though, the hacked version does.
  • Lexar JumpDrive Sport 512MB (31706 blocks) - Must be formatted as FAT32.
  • Lexar JumpDrive Sport 1GB (50000+ blocks)
  • Lexar Jumpdrive Traveller 128MB JDA128-00-501 (7776 blocks)
  • Linksys Instant USB Disk 64 MB (Model USBM64M) (3998 blocks) - Failed on 1.6 with error "The copy failed".
  • Logic3 16MB USB (991 blocks)
  • Logik MP3-256mb LCD
  • Logik USB MP3 player with audio recorder and lcd-display (256 MB)
  • M-watch 32MB - Action Replay doesn't pick it up, had to mount it under Xebia Live to copy save game - VID: 0x0EA0 | PID: 0x6828
  • Maxell USB Retractor 1GB (Item No: 854200)
  • Medion USB 128 MB (7997 blocks)
  • Memorex 64 MB (4030 blocks) & 128 MB
  • Memorex ThumbDrive 256MB (16116 blocks)
  • Memory in Black USB memory pens from 32 to 512 MB, both the PQI-based and Opti-based models
  • Micro Advantage 64MB (4008 blocks)
  • Micro Memory USB1.1 256MB (15996 blocks)
  • Minolta DiMAGE F300 with 64MB SD-Card
  • Minolta DiMage XG with 16 MB SD-Card
  • Minolta DiMage Xt with 16 MB SD-Card (Toshiba)
  • M-Systems DiskOnKey 8MB (486 blocks)
  • MyMusix 128MB MP3 Player (7940 Blocks) - Must be plugged in before powering on Xbox.
  • Nikon Coolpix (test with 1x 16 MB and 2x 128 MB CF/SD cards)
  • Nikon Coolpix 995 w/128MB SanDisk CompactFlash
  • Nikon Coolpix L11 with Lexar 256mb SD card (Card has 15612 blocks) - Will only work with a memory card.
  • Nokia (SanDisk) SDSDQ-512 512MB MicroSD card
  • Ocean 8 MB (490 blocks)
  • OCZ Mini-Kart 2GB (50000+ Blocks)
  • OCZ Rally 1GB Dual Channel USB 2.0 (50000+ Blocks)
  • Olympus C-50 Zoom Digital Camera with any size XD memory (15996 blocks) - Working on revision 1.5.
  • Olympus D-510 Zoom Digital Camera with 64 MB SmartMedia (3990 blocks)
  • Olympus D-550 Digital Camera with 128 MB SmartMedia (7997 blocks)
  • Olympus D-380 Digital Camera with 64 MB SmartMedia (MechInstaller - Open 8-32MB image and write to 64MB.
  • Olympus Stylus 410 Digital Camera with 256mb XD - for mechinstaller - Open 8-32 image a d write to 256MB.
  • Oregon Digital MP3 Player (256MB)
  • Oti 32 MB
  • Panasonic 16MB Secure Digital Card 990 blocks (Comes with most Panasonic Digital Cameras)
  • Paradigit 128 MB USB2.0 memory stick (aka Apacer memory stick) (7837 blocks)
  • PINE Excalibur 64MB USB Flash Drive - Must be formatted as FAT32.
  • PNY 64 MB (3998 blocks)
  • PQI 'Intelligent stick' - Must be formatted to FAT32.
  • Prolific USB Flash Disk 256 MB (15996 blocks)
  • QPS multimedia (see Feiya Technology Corp. above)
  • RCA Lyra 128MB Mp3 Player
  • Rundisk 64MB (4164 blocks) - Works only in port 3 and you have to wait in the dash menu for 12 seconds. Must be formatted to FAT32.
  • Rundisk 128MB USB 2.0 (8099 blocks) - Must be formatted to FAT32.
  • RiDATA 128MB USB 2.0
  • Samsung 64MB USB disk (4030 blocks)
  • Samsung 512MB USB disk (31994 blocks)
  • SanDisk Cruzer Blade 4GB
  • SanDisk Cruzer Mini 32 MB
  • SanDisk Cruzer Micro mini blocks - VID: 0x0781 | PID: 0x7104 - Works best in port 3.
  • SanDisk Cruzer Micro 256 MB, use 256 MB image - Use "Write to 32 MB stick"
  • SanDisk Cruzer Micro With Skins USB Flash Drive 256MB, Sandisk partn. SDCZ4-256-E10 (15676 Blocks)
  • SanDisk Cruzer Micro (U3 Enabled) 1GB Flash (50000+ Blocks)
  • SanDisk Cruzer Micro (U3 Enabled) 2GB Flash (50000+ Blocks)
  • SanDisk Cruzer Micro 512MB - Very flaky performance.
  • SanDisk Cruzer Micro 4GB Flash - Reformatted with gparted with 3 partitions; 512MB FAT32, 3GB EXT3, 384MB SWAP.
  • SanDisk Cruzer Mini 1GB USB Flash drive - Must be formatted to FAT32.
  • San Disk Cruzer titanium 512 MB (31706 blocks)
  • SanDisk MobileMate SD+ Model: SDDR-103 - VID: 0x0781 | PID: 0xA3A4
  • Seitec 128Mb USBBar (7989 blocks)
  • Shintaro 128MB
  • Shintaro 512MB USB 2.0 Pocket Disk (31738 blocks) - VID: 0x067B | PID: 0x2515
  • Sony 64MB MicroVault (USB 2.0) - 3998 blocks - For MechInstaller, open 8-32MB .img, write to 64MB stick.
  • Sony 256Mb MicroVault (USB2.0). Use the 256Mb Mechinstaller FATX image
  • Sony 256MB MicroVault Tiny (USB 2.0) Model USM256H - Use with the 256MB FATX image.
  • Sony PSP with 32MB-2GB PSP memory card - Format using PSP afterwards, or else the PSP may not recognize it anymore.
  • Soyo CigarPro2 (USB 2.0, 128MB--the green plastic one) (7997 blocks)
  • Staples branded 64MB thumb drive (3873 blocks) - Open 8-32MB image and write to 64 MB.
  • Staples Relay 256Mb item# 638679 swivel design
  • SupportPlus MP3 player DVR 256 MB (15428 blocks)
  • Sweex 128 MB (not "Sweex 128 MB USB 2.0" which gives an error on Xbox)
  • Swissbit 64 MB (Victorinox USB Swissmemory, knife)
  • Swissbit 128MB
  • Swissbit Victorinox Swissmemory 128MB Flash Drive (with Google Logo) (7957 Blocks
  • Swissbit 512 MB - Had to slowly insert stick a few times to be recognized.
  • Take MS 1GB
  • Technika 128 MB (7558 Blocks) - Issues with files renaming.
  • TopCom USBPocket Memory 32MB - Must first disable password using PASSID.EXE and default PIN 1111.
  • TOSHIBA transmemory 1gb usb 2.0 - Must plug in while Xbox is off.
  • Transcend JetFlash 64 MB, 128MB, 256MB - Must remove stub partitions and make one large partition.
  • Transcend JetFlash 350 4GB. Used with Endgame exploit.
  • TwinMos MobileDisk III 64 MB (3998 Blocks)
  • TwinMos MobileDisk III 128 MB (7993 Blocks)
  • TwinMOS MobileDisk III K24-256 256 MB (15868 Blocks) - Used "MechInstaller-1.0-FATX-8MB-to-32MB.img" and write to 256MB stick
  • TwinMos Mobile Disk IV K21/M24/K24 128MB (7933 Blocks) - Set switch on side to "on".
  • Twinmos Mobile Disk USB 1.1 Pocket Pen Drive 64B - VID: 0x0EA0 | PID: 0x6803.
  • Typhoon USB Memory Adapter 32 MB (2014 blocks)
  • Universal Smart Drive 64MB - Used 8mb-32mb image/
  • USB UltraDrive 32 MB (1998 blocks)
  • US Modular QuikDrive USB 2.0 256MB - Must be formatted to FAT32 and use option "Write to 32mb stick".
  • Vivitar VivaCam MB - Use "MechInstaller-1.0-FATX-128MB.img".
  • Vivitar VivaCam 4100 4.0 mega pixels - Cannot use in camera afterwards.
  • Zyon Systems 64MB popdrive - Must be plugged in while Xbox is powered off.
  • XONIX 128 MB watch - Must be plugged in before Xbox is powered on.
  • XONIX 256 MB watch - Nust be plugged in before Xbox is powered on.


Confirmed Non-Working Devices

  • A-DATA 2GB FLASH DRIVE PD2-G10 (50000+ blocks)
  • AIPTEK PenDisk 64MB
  • Acom Data 120GB in Question
  • Alcor Micro Corp. Flash drive 16MB - VID: 0x05EF | PID: 0x9380 - Screen flashes repeatedly.
  • Apacer HandyDrive 64 MB - VID: 0x0D7D | PID: 0x0100 - Not detected.
  • Apacer Handy Steno ht202 128MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Apacer Handy Steno ht203 256MB - Not detected, screen flash.
  • Apacer Handy Steno AH320 1GB - "Device may be damaged"
  • Apple iPod 4g 20gig photo - "Device may be damaged".
  • Archos Gmini 400, 20GB - Not detected.
  • Atone 1GB Mini 80X - "Device may be damaged".
  • Attache 1GB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Attache 512MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Atech Pro-9 Card Reader with 8 CF or memory stick - Not detected.
  • AXIE 4GB Flash Drive - "Device may be damaged".
  • Belkin Media Reader USB2 8-in-1 (F5U248) with at least 4 different SM/CF media from 32 to 128 MB - Not detected.
  • Ben MP3 and Pen Drive 64MB
  • BluBeat 256MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Canon Digital Camera Model S200 ELPH w/CF card as it's memory format. Not detected.
  • Canon EOS 400D - Not detected.
  • Canon PowerShot A300 - Not detected.
  • Canon PowerShot SD700 IS - Not detected.
  • Canyon CN-USB20BFD0256P 256MB USB 2.0 flash drive
  • Casio Qv3000 Camera with with 8 meg casio CF-8x card - Screen flashing.
  • Casio Powershot A510 camera with Kingston SD 256MB and Canon MMC 16MB
  • Centrios 6-in-1 Card Reader with 512MB Lexar SD Card (Neodio Technologies Corp. ND3050) - "Device may be damaged".
  • Cibox Proton 4.0 GB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Creative MuVo 128MB
  • Creative MuVo 64MB
  • Creative NOMAD MuVo NX 128meg - "Device may be damaged", not detected with 7005 blocks.
  • Dane Elec 256 MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Dane Elec 1GB (blue)
  • Dane Elec 2gb - "Device may be damaged".
  • Dazzle Memory Stick Reader - VID: 0x04E6 | PID: 0x0314, screen flashes, "Device may be damaged".
  • DataFab KESD-USBA Reader with Toshiba 16MB SD Memory Card - Screen flashes.
  • Dell 256MB - VID: 0x08EC | PID: 0x0015
  • Dell branded Lexar 16MB
  • Dell branded Lexar 64MB
  • DeLock UISDMC1S, 6x Card Reader with 2 slots + ExtreMEmory 256 MB CF-Card - "Device may be damaged".
  • DeLock UISDMC1S, 6x Card Reader with 2 slots + Apacer 64 MB CF-Card - "Device may be damaged".
  • DeLock UISDMC1S, 6x Card Reader with 2 slots + SanDisk 48 MB CF-Card - "Device may be damaged".
  • DeLock UISDMC1S, 6x Card Reader with 2 slots + 32 MB SmartMedia Card -"Device may be damaged".
  • DeLock UISDMC1S, 6x Card Reader with 2 slots + 64 MB SmartMedia Card - "Device may be damaged".
  • Disgo 512MB PRO USB2 (M-Systems DIS20512R) - VID: 0x08EC | PID: 0x0012, "Device may be damaged".
  • Disgo 128MB (0x08ec:0x0012) - "Device may be damaged".
  • Disgo 64MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Disgo 256mb - "Device may be damaged".
  • Disgo "2.0" 1GB - "Device may be damaged".
  • DiskOnKey 16MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • DiskOnKey 64MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • EasyDisk (Easy Disk) 256MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Emprex PD10 2 GB - Screen flashes.
  • Feiya Technology Corp. Memory Bar 2GB - VID: 0x090C | PID: 0x1000, Copy fail.
  • Freecom "DataBar" 64MB - Copy fail.
  • Frontier Labs NexII with 8 meg Casio CF-8x card - "Device may be damaged"
  • FujiFilm FinePix 6800Z Camera 16 MB and 128 MB SmartMedia cards
  • FujiFilm FinePix A345 Camera 16MB xD Card, - "Device may be damaged".
  • FujiFilm FinePix A345 Digital Camera - "Device may be damaged"
  • FujiFilm 128MB USB 2.0 DRIVE - Shows as corrupt.
  • GE 19-in-1 Card Reader with 128 mb Smart Media Card insertd - "Device may be damaged".
  • HP Photosmart 320 with 64MB SanDisk SD card, and with 8MB internal storage - Not detected.
  • HP Photosmart 620 with 256MB SanDisk SD memory card - Not detected.
  • HP Photosmart 433/435 with internal memory - Reformats each time USB cable is disconnected, may work if AC-cable is connected.
  • HP Photosmart P-1000 with Hitachi 8MB CompactFlash Card
  • HP Photosmart M517 - Not detected.
  • Hama 6-in-1 USB Card Reader (Model-Nr.: 46958) with PQI 128MB CompactFlash
  • Hama 6-in-1 USB Card Reader (Model-Nr.: 46958) with SanDisk 128MB SecureDigital
  • Hama 6-in-1 USB Card Reader (Model-Nr.: 46958) with HAMA SmartMedia 32MB
  • Hama 6-in-1 USB Card Reader (Model-Nr.: 46958) with Sony MSA-128A 128MB
  • Hama 6-in-1 USB Card Reader (Model-Nr.: 46958) with SanDisk 128MB CompactFlash - "Device may be damaged".
  • Hama 6-in-1 USB Card Reader (Model-Nr.: 46958) with Canon 8MB CompactFlash - "Device may be damaged"
  • Hama FlashPen USB 2.0 128 MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Huke 256M - "Device may be damaged".
  • IBM 256MB (FRU22P9031) "M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers" chipset - "Device may be damaged".
  • iCreate Technologies Corp. - VID: 0x1043 PID: 0x8006) - lsusb says 32MB, but drive is 64MB, Copy fail.
  • Imation FlashGo! (IMN-USB-FG1) with at least 4 different SM/CF media, from 32 to 128 MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Imation Flash Drive 2.0 - "Device may be damaged".
  • Innovative techonlogy ITVP-333 - Does not say if its formatted, but still works. If you try to save a file to it, it says it failed to save. However you can still change the name and save xbox live accounts to it.
  • Intuix 256MB USB 2.0 (DiskOnKey - C100 Line): - "Device may be damaged".
  • Iodata Easydisk Cute - "Device may be damaged".
  • Iomega PocketZIP 40 USB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Iomega ZIP 250 USB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Iriver IGP 100 MP3 HDD Player 1.5GB - Xbox cannot write to it.
  • iRiver iFP-180T 128MB MP3 player - Not detected.
  • iRiver iFP-390T 256 MB flash MP3 Player
  • Jessops Universal Card Reader (9 in 1) - "Device may be damaged" with any type of card.
  • Jump Shot 8MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • KingMax usb 64 - "Device may be damaged"
  • KingMax usb 1.1 256 - "Device may be damaged".
  • KingMax USB 2.0 128MB - VID:0EA0, PID: 0x2168 - "Device may be damaged"
  • Kingston DataTraveler 64 MB & 128 MB - Screen flashes.
  • Kingston DataTraveler 256 MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Kingston DataTraveler 256 MB - Screen flashes.
  • Kingston DataTraveler 1GB - PID: 0x0951 PID: 0x1603
  • Kingston DataTraveler 4GB - Errors while writing files > 300KB.
  • Kingston DataTraveler 8GB - Screen flashing.
  • Kingston DataTraveler Elite 256 MB
  • Kingston DataTraveler II 128 MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Kingston DataTraveler II 256 MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Kingston DataTraveler 512 MB - Not detected.
  • Kingston DataTraveler II 512 MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Kingston U3 DataTraveler 2GB - May work with partitioning.
  • Kingston USB MicroSD Reader w/2GB Kingston MicroSD Card FCR-MRR+SDC/2GB - VID: 0x090C | PID: 0x6000 - Not detected.
  • Kodak EasyShare CX6230 Camera - neither internal memory nor 256 MB Sandisk SD card detected.
  • Kodak EasyShare DX4330 Camera - neither internal memory nor 128 MB PNY SD card detected.
  • Leading Driver UD11 128MB - VID: 0x3662 | PID: 0x6301 - "Device may be damaged".
  • Lexar JumpDrive 64MB USB memory stick
  • Lexar JumpDrive 128MB - Some models do not work.
  • Lexar JumpDrive FireFly 512MB - VID: 0x05DC | PID: 0xA701 - Copy fail.
  • Lexar JumpDrive FireFly 1GB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Lexar JumpDrive Trio with 128mb Secure Digital card - "Device may be damaged".
  • Lexar (branded Kodak) USB 2.0 SDHC Reader - VID: 0x05DC | PID: 0xB047 - Screen flashing.
  • Legend 128MB USB Drive - "Device may be damaged".
  • LG Flatron USB Drive 64 MB from haansecure (Korea) - "Device may be damaged".
  • LG Fusic cell phone w/ LG Micro SD 64 MB card - Reset phone when tried to access memory menu.
  • LG XTick 128MB USB 2.0 - "Device may be damaged".
  • Maxtor OneTouch 4 Mini 160GB - Not detected.
  • Media Gear "XtraDrive" CF Card<->Thumb Drive mini-enclosure with Canon FC-32MH Compact Flash Card - Screen flashing.
  • Media Gear "XtraDrive" Memory Stick<->Thumb Drive mini-enclosure with Sony Branded 8MB Memory Stick - "Device may be damaged".
  • Medion USB64S 64 MB (not detected)
  • Memorex USB 2.0 32MB (Part No. 32533209) - Screen flashing.
  • Memorex USB 2.0 Travel Drive 256MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Memorex USB 2.0 Travel Drive 512MB (original) - "Device may be damaged".
  • Memorex USB Flash Drive 512MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Memorex USB -> CF Card Reader - Screen flashing. Tried with multiple CF (32, 64, 128).
  • Mercury Cyberpix - all models - "Device may be damaged".
  • Micro Advantage QuickDrive 256MD - Formats every time it is plugged in.
  • Microcenter 8G flash drive - "Device may be damaged".
  • Microsoft Xbox 360 50GB HDD via Transfer Cable - Screen flashing, Drive constantly spins up and down.
  • Mikomi (Argos) 256MB Pen Drive - "Device may be damaged".
  • Minolta Dimage S404 with Sandisk 64 MB CF and Toshiba 128 MB CF - Not detected.
  • Minolta Dimage X with any Secure Disk (SD) memory card - **Killed both an 8MB and a 128MB (Panasonic) card rendering them useless. DO NOT ATTEMPT.**
  • Mitsumi External USB Media Card reader/Floppy Drive w/ LG Micro SD 64MB inserted - Not detected.
  • MSI Mega Stick 1 (5in1) 128Mb - Not detected.
  • Mustek mdc 4000 digital camera - Formats every time it is plugged in.
  • NAPA P22 WMA mp3 player
  • No-name (Lexar Chipset + Samsung Memory) 128 Meg USB 2.0 - Not detected.
  • No-name (ID 2002:1115)
  • Nikon Coolpix 775 (with 8Mb Nikon card or 32MB Sandisk card) - Not detected.
  • Nokia N-Gage w/512mb SD card - **SHORTED USB socket on N-gage - DO NOT ATTEMPT.**
  • Nikon Coolpix 5400 w/32mb sd card - Not detected.
  • OCZ Rally2 2GB (ID 0324:BC06; OCZUSBR2DC-2GB - "Device may be damaged".
  • OCZ Rally2 4GB (ID 0324:BC06; OCZUSBR2DC-4GB - Errors when writing files >300KB.
  • Olympus Brio D-230 digital camera tested w/ 16MB card and 128MB card - Not detected.
  • Olympus C-220 Zoom - "Device may be damaged".
  • Olympus Stylus 400 Digital Camera w/16mb xd and w/128Mb xd - "Device may be damaged".
  • Olympus USB SmartMedia Reader-Writer with at least one card of unknown size
  • OTi USB Drive 128MB (Black with the turning metal thing) - "Device may be damaged".
  • OTi USB Drive 128MB (small pen drive from Astone) - Not detected.
  • Packard Bell AudioKey 32MB
  • Pentax Optio S4 Digital Camera tested with 256MB SD Kingston card - Screen flashing.
  • Philips GoGear 256MB MP3 Player - **Reformats firmware - bricks MP3 player - DO NOT ATTEMPT.**
  • PNY Attache 64MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • PNY Attache 128MB - Never formats.
  • PNY Attache 256MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • PNY Attache 512MB - VID: 0x0930 | PID: 0x6533 - "Device may be damaged".
  • PNY Attache 1GB - Reports 0 bytes of free space.
  • PNY Attache 256MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • PNY OutdOOr 512MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Poinchips USB pendrive 128MB - Screen flash, then nothing. VID: 0x09A6 | PID: 0x8001.
  • Pontis SP600 MP3-player with Kingston 128MB CF card - **Reformats firmware - bricks MP3 player - DO NOT ATTEMPT.**
  • PQI "Travelling Disk" translucent USB sticks, 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB - "Device may be damaged".
  • PQI "Cool Drive" 128Mb USB 2.0 flash stick (on packet 'Cool Drive-U339') - "Device may be damaged".
  • PQI "Intelegent Stick" 128Mb USB 2.0 flash stick (P/N BD01-1283-0111) - "Device may be damaged".
  • Princeton USB drive
  • QDI U2Disk 64MB
  • RCA Lyra 64Mb MP3 Player - Not detected.
  • Samsung NV3 - Not recognized after Xbox format.
  • SanDisk Cruzer Mini USB 2.0 128MB, 256MB, 512MB - Copy fail.
  • San Disk cruzer mini 256 - VID: 0x0781 | PID: 0x8185, - Screen flashing.
  • San Disk cruzer gator 4GB - Not detected.
  • Sandisk Mini Cruzer 256Mb Mini USB 2.0 (15676 blocks) - Copy fail.
  • SanDisk Cruzer with SD 256MB card.
  • SanDisk Cruzer Mini 512 MB, model #:SDCZ2-512 - May work with MechInstaller image.
  • SanDisk Cruzer mini 1.0 GB - Copy fail. May work with MechInstaller image.
  • SanDisk Cruzer Micro 1.0 GB - "Device may be damaged".
  • SanDisk ImageMate combination CompactFlash/SmartMedia to USB adapter
  • ScanDiskAttache 128MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Seven day shop SD/MMC MP3 player with 1 GB SD card - "Device may be damaged".
  • Sharp Zaurus SL-C1000 with 512MB Lexar SD card(USB mode set to share SD card) - "Device may be damaged".
  • Shotz SS-2000 - Screen flashing.
  • Sigmatel MSCN Digisound2 (DS601)
  • Silicon Power USB 2.0 8-in-1 reader with Kingston 128MB CF card - Screen flashing.
  • Simpletech Flash Drive USB 2.0 128 megabytes, recognizes and formats
  • Softick Card Export II (SD drive emulation for the Palm OS - Uses USB mass storage driver) - Screen flashes.
  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P31 with Memory Stick - VID: 0x054C | PID: 0x0010 - Screen flashes.
  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P32 with Memory Stick
  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-p71 - Screen Flashes.
  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P72 - Screen Flashes.
  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T9 - Screen Flashes.
  • Sony DCR TRV18E Digital Camcorder with Memory Stick
  • Sony DCR TRV-25 Digital Camcorder with Memo
  • Sony Micro Vault 64 MB (says "damaged") - uses "M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers" chipset
  • Sony Micro Vault 128 MB USB 2.0
  • Sweex 128MB USB2.0
  • Texas Instruments TI-89 Titanium
  • Thomson USB Flash Drive 128 MB - "Device may be damaged".
  • Topcom Pocket Memory II 256 MB
  • Truly Mp301 MP3 Player 512MB - Reboots.
  • Trust 820 LCD POWERC@M ZOOM with 512Mb SD card - "Device may be damaged".
  • Transcend JetFlash 2A 128MB TS128MJF2A - VID: 0x0C76 | PID: 0x0005 - Screen flashing.
  • US Modular 128 MB USB1.1 drive (dark blue model) - Copy fail.
  • Verbatim Store'n'Go 128 Mo USB 2.0 - "Device may be damaged".
  • Verbatim Store'n'Go 256MB USB 2.0 - VID: 0x08EC | PID: 0x0008 - "Device may be damaged".
  • Zio DM-25800 "Camera Mate" 4 in 1 reader with Canon FC-32MH Compact Flash Card - "Device may be damaged".