10-03-2015 08:46 AM
I recently upgraded from Yosemite to El Capitan, when I tried to launch SecureAccess 2.0; I've got an error message that says 'This version of Sandisk secureacess 2.0 requires a SanDisk USB Flash Drive'. I find it weird because I am using the same sandisk drive, only difference is I'm running El Capitan now.
Any ideas how to solve this problem?
10-03-2015 09:43 AM
I am having the same problem. I have two USB SANDISK ULTRA USB 3.0 FLASH DRIVE, one running V2 and the other V3. I have tried them on mutliple computers all running El Capitan and I get the same problem on all.
10-03-2015 11:36 AM
I have had no answers as of yet. I emailed Sandisk ut they have not got back to me. I have searched the web extensively and cannot find anyone with similar problems just now, so here is hoping someone picks up this thread or Sandisk answer. I do not have access to any other IT system so it is frustrating
10-03-2015 10:08 PM
Is actually not that bad if you have been using Time Machine as backup. Before upgrading, I made one last backup with Yosemite. To downgrade, backup one more time just in case, I also made a copy of all my important files on my external HDD, just restart your Mac and go into recovery mode, choose restore with time machine backup and click on the last backup with Yosemite. All went smoothly for me. I read the instructions through here http://www.techtimes.com/articles/90370/20151001/not-digging-os-x-el-capitan-heres-how-to-downgrade-...
Still we need a solution for El Capitan!