Wii USB mass storage device tester

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USB mass storage device tester
Type Development
Author svpe
Download Version 3
Source Source
Peripherals Wiimote GameCube Controller USB mass storage device

USB mass storage device tester is a small application that:

  • looks for any USB mass storage devices connected to the Wii
  • tries to display a file listing of the root folder
  • creates a file called testtest.txt with the content ‘test’ there.

[edit] Warning

  • FOR FAT (12, 16 AND 32) DEVICES ONLY
  • USING THIS ON ANY DEVICE THAT HAS A NON-FAT FILESYSTEM ON IT WILL RESULT IN DATA CORRUPTION
  • CREATE A BACKUP BEFORE USING THIS SOFTWARE

You can use Wiimote or GameCube controller. (Even though it says GameCube only.)
Report any errors at the official blog:

http://svenpeter.blogspot.com/2008/05/usb-storage-status.html
List of compatible USB Mass Storage Devices

[edit] Downloads

Version 3 | Mirror By SpongeFreak52 (fixes some devices)

Version 2 | Mirror By SpongeFreak52

Source (not updated with write code yet)

This page lists compatibility of USB Mass Storage Devices with the USB mass storage device tester.

Only FAT12/16/32 devices will work. NTFS or any other non-FAT type devices connected will be damaged by this software.

Devices which return the error code -10000 will probably never work with this application/library because they are either not using the bulk-only mass storage protocol or because they are not using SCSI commands. Someone else will have to add support for them.

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[edit] Working USB Mass Storage Devices in Alphabetical Order

[edit] HP Photosmart M527 Digital Camera (USB Mass Storage Mode)

 found device 03f0-4002
 MaxLUN: 1
 LUN #0
 MountFAT: 1
 DIR: DCIM
 DIR: MISC
 DIR: .Trashes
 FILE: ._.Trashes
 FILE: .DS_Store
 FILE: testtest.txt

[edit] IcyBox IB-281U USB Hard Drive Case

 device id: 04b4:6830 (Cypress Semiconductor Corp. USB-2.0 IDE Adapter)
 hard disk: FUJITSU  MHV2100AH

[edit] Imation 512MB Flash Drive

 found device 0718-0083
 MaxLUN: 1
 LUN s0
 MountFAT: 1

[edit] Integral 128MB

[edit] Kingston 512MB DataTraveler

 device id: 13fe:1d00

[edit] Kingston 8GB DataTraveler

 found device 0951-1607
 MaxLUN: 1
 LUN #0
 FILE:  ._.Trashes
 DIR: .Trashes
 DIR: .Spotlight-V100
 DIR: 64MB
 DIR: ENG8C
 DIR: Extra Curricular
 DIR: GOV2C
 DIR: IS115

[edit] MEMUP 1Go

[edit] PNY 2GB Optima Pro Attaché

 found device 13fe-1e00
 MaxLUN: 1
 LUN #0
 MountFAT: 1
 FILE:  ._.Trashes
 DIR: .Trashes
 DIR: .Spotlight-V100

[edit] Verbatim Store ‘n’ Go U3 Smart Drive 4GB

 found device 08ec-0020
 MaxLUN: 1
 LUN #0
 MountFAT: 1

[edit] Watson 2GB MP3200-3

[edit] WM5torage 1.8 under Windows Mobile 6

[edit] Non-Working USB Mass Storage Devices In Alphabetical Order

[edit] Axxion mp3 512 megabyte fat formatted

 found device 18d6-1100
 USBStorage_Open() returned -10000

[edit] HP 5069-6732 Memory Card Reader Nine-in-One Four Slot + USB (external)

 found device 058f-9360
 MaxLUN: 3
 LUN #0
 (pulled usb cable out after no activity)
 USBStorage_MountLUN() returned -10004
 LUN #1
 USBStorage_MountLUN() returned -4
 LUN #2
 USBStorage_MountLUN() returned -4

[edit] LG 4GB “Mirror” USB Drive

 found device 090c-1000
 MaxLUN: 1
 LUN #0
 (Removed USB Drive after no activity)
 USBStorage_MountLUN() returned -10004

[edit] Mini Optical Mouse built-in 32 Mb u-Disk

 (mouse section ?)
 found device 05e3-0604
 USBStorage_Open() returned -10000
 (disk section ?)
 found device 09a6-8001
 MaxLUN: 1
 LUN #0
 (Removed USB mouse after no activity, no response from test-program)

[edit] SONY PSP 1001 and SONY PSP 2004 CFW 3.90 M33-3

 found device 054c-01c8
 USBStorage_Open() returned -10000
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