On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 9:41 PM, Olivier Cochard-Labbé

> I've meet the problem on FreeBSD 10.0 with a Kingston DT 101 G2 (this is
> why I've fill the PR usb/185747), but it wasn't my key then I didn't have
> access to it anymore.
>  Then the author of the PR usb/180837 confirms the problem on FreeBSD 9.2
> with this same key (but he didn't have to use the same quirks on 9.2 as me
> on 10.0) and notice that the NetBSD quirks list include a list of Kingston
> DataTraveler USB keys
> And just after a new PR misc/185837 was created by another user... This why
> I wonder if there is something wrong with somes of the Kingston
> DataTraveler.
> FYI, I've just ordered 3 differents Kingston Datatraveler keys for testing
> them:
> - Kingston DataTraveler SE9
> - Kingston DataTraveler 100 G3
> - Kingston DataTraveler i G4 8
> I will test them once received.

Received all 3 keys and good news: these 3 works :-)
Then it seems only the "Kingston DT 10* G2" meet problems, but I didn't
have it with me anymore for getting the VID and PID.

Just for the record, the VID/PID of the working tested keys:
- Kingston DataTraveler SE9: idVendor = 0x0951, idProduct = 0x1665,
= 0x0001  <Kingston>, iProduct = 0x0002  <DataTraveler 2.0>
- Kingston DataTraveler 100 G3: idVendor = 0x0951, idProduct = 0x1666,
= 0x0001  <Kingston>, iProduct = 0x0002  <DataTraveler 3.0>
- Kingston DataTraveler i G4: idVendor = 0x0951, idProduct = 0x1666,
= 0x0001  <Kingston>, iProduct = 0x0002  <DataTraveler 3.0>
=> The "DataTraveler G4" and the "DataTraveler 100 G3" have the same

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