@edd33, A clean install creates a different issue. The software doesn’t recognize the RC drive so can’t install. Myself and probably one or more people experienced this.
You are on point about the way sandisk is managing the whole thing.
Its weird though. They get high score for their other products. They are one of the largest flash makers.
But the readycache product, at least as appears to be, is run by a bunch of interns (or worse - old timey hires who are not really qualified to hold on to their jobs anymore - because can’t deliver).
These are just expressions of frustrated customers. But the disappointment in this company is very real.
I am most likely to join you on your way out of the sandisk ecosphere. I have a Samsung 850 pro on my desk right now. Have had it for a few months. Didn’t want to use it. Its too fancy for my cheap build. But sandisk fails to deliver again. I have gotten sick of it. (I still don’t understand… in this day and age… they can’t manage to deliver timely updates/fixes. Its as if they are flinging pigeons at each other to communicate with condusiv. Aren’y either of these companies able to hire capable tech guys who can get sh*t done?)
Like yourself and others, I will be highly hesitant to reach for a sandisk product in the future. What a shame.