I used WINtoUSB to create a (non-authorized) Windows to go drive, using the “native” option not the VHD option.
Works fan-freaking-tastic! For the first few boots it showed up as a spinner and I was able to use Windows to “optimize” it. Suddenly it showed up as a SSD. Great! But the optimize button was greyed out. So I began to search for a way to “trim” it.
I downloaded and installed SanDisk SSD explorer and was able to trim the CZ80. Perfect! Except now it is warning me that I have 0% spare blocks remaining.
As the drive is not actually a true SSD I wonder if this is a “normal” condition or if I truely have a “drive” that is going to give me problems soon.
Has anyone else run SanDisk SSD Explorer against a CZ80? What was the result?
Can someone at SanDisk tell me if this is a “normal” result?