Sorry for the delayed reply.
Device Manager does show it as a SCSI device for some reason.
I had SanDisk support contact me via email and they had me change a registry setting and then rebooted the PC, went into setup and in the BIOS I changed the setting under “Sata Controller Mode” and changed the setting from “RAID” to “AHCI”. Saved the configuration, exited the setup so the PC would restart and the Windows 7 OS would not come up, it Went into Startup Repair mode where the system attempted to repair itself but was unable to do so. Rebooted and tried again with same results. I changed my BIOS setting back and was able to get into the Windows System Restore and this changed my regedit setting back and the PC was then able to boot up again.
If I would have not been able to initiate a restore to a previous time I’m guessing that I would have been stuck restoring my PC to its original factory settings.
If SanDisk is saying that this will be resolved in a future version I’ll just un-install this version of the Dashboard and will check back periodically.
Georgealon, if you have any other ideas and still need the msinfo32 information, please let me know how to send a private message and I can get that info to you.
Thanks for the assistance.