10-23-2015 08:31 AM - edited 10-23-2015 08:33 AM
Ever since I upgraded to Windows 10 (and even after a fresh install of Windows 10) my computer would sometimes freeze after 30 minutes - latest after a couple of hours. By freeze I mean that the computer keeps running - but that I can no longer move the mouse or do anything except switching the computer off "the hard way".
So I started disconneting or switching off components to figure out which device might have a driver problem causing the freezes.
And guess what ... Ever since I disconnected ReadyCache from my mainboard the freeze problem disappeared.
Therefore two questions:
a) Anybody else here in the forum experiencing the same problem?
b) If its a known issue, will this be fixed with an upcoming ReadyCache driver version?
Needless to say, I would like to continue using my ReadyCache drive ...
10-23-2015 09:03 AM
Tried that already with no luck ... unfortunately. Just connected ReadyCache after writing this post again to double-check (freshly-formatted). And boom ... after 10 minutes (Cache filled up to around 1GB) the harddrive starts to be 100% loaded and the computer freezes.
11-07-2015 12:20 AM
Double-checked a few things again this week:
- Checked SMART values - disk is fine.
- If I use the SSD as regular volume also no crashes and system hangs (did that during the last two weeks).
But right after I reinstalled the Readycaching Software I got System Freezes again ... Its really frustrating.