Windows 10: Upgrade breaks SanDisk ReadyCache.....

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  1.    14 Aug 2015 #11

    Still nothing from SanDisk but they have formally said to me that they are working on a fix.

    One step forward.

    If anybody else is having this issue then it is worth raising a case with SanDisk to get it fixed.


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  2.    10 Oct 2015 #12

    Seems a bit rhetorical but did you all try setting compatibility back to your original OS? The same way we all fixed the Conexant HD sound issue. Laptops last year started incorporating SSD as (readycache) but without the software from Condusiv. So I wonder if those people who bought one and upgraded it are having the same issue.

    EDIT: Alternatively, I started thinking what if Windows 10 had it's own Cache running in the background. This would definitely affect the way ExpressCache behaves, just like having 2 Firewalls running. I came to this conclusion when I upgraded my 5 year old laptop to Windows 10 and it started playing videos again and running 2x faster, which is not expected. I thought it was very odd that upgrading an older system to a much Newer OS would make it run better somehow. So if this is the case then we can try to find the active Cache built into the Win 10 Upgrade and turn it off?
    Last edited by kar1987; 10 Oct 2015 at 13:11.
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