08-16-2015 08:44 AM
Total agree with you, Redcache.
The old ExpressCache can be uninstalled after manually terminate the services "ExpressCache" by services.msc via Win+R
I found that ExpressCache 1.3.2 cannot work functionaly as the SSD cannot be found.
I have already followed the instruction from your company website but no use.
Please kiindy provided us a solution. Thanks.
Please understand that we do not want to give your any trouble as I prefer to solve the problem by myself.
FInding solution in website is trouble and time consuming......and my English is not good enough.....
08-17-2015 08:49 AM
Hello, This is my first post to this messageboard and have been following it for a couple days. As you can guess, I am here because of my recent upgrade to win 10 and it's effect to my beloved readycache ssd. Although I do not offer a solution today, I only wanted to voice my concern to Sandisk so they are aware of the MANY people in this mess. All of these people, along with myself, are patiently waiting for a solution to this problem. Your timely response will be very well received. Thank You... Mr_Potatohead.
08-17-2015 09:49 AM - edited 08-17-2015 09:50 AM
I was able to get ExpressCache running on a fresh install of Windows 10. I did get an error when trying to install that the ReadyCache SSD was not detected. I rebooted the machine and then tried installing again and the install finished as expected.
08-17-2015 10:12 AM
Expresscache does not support dynamic disks. To install just have the RC SSD unallocated and the Expresscache software should find and format it.
Did you reboot the machine like slotmonsta suggested?
08-17-2015 10:20 AM
Rebooted and ssd shows as unallocated. Still getting the same error.
(Also ssd is probably not broken as it can be formatted and drive shows up as normal. Checked for errors. Accessible and functioning. Then deleted volume to get unallocated status.)
08-17-2015 10:23 AM - edited 08-17-2015 10:24 AM
Agreed if the SSD can be formatted and is seen by normal windows tools then the SSD is not likely the problem. Is this a full fresh install of Windows 10?