08-27-2015 12:13 PM - edited 08-27-2015 12:13 PM
I am sure that SanDisk are working hard on getting the Windows 10 issues resolved. Once they get a fix from Condusiv they will have to do a lot of internal testing to ensure that the solution doesn't break anything else.
08-28-2015 10:29 AM
Some positive feedback the manual method posted in the sticky thread at the top of this forum did work for me, although I ended up being prompted to uninstal twice in a row after changing the service to manual. Once installed the cache did take several reboots before statring to fill at a 'normal' rate but seems to be working fine now.
08-28-2015 03:05 PM
The Windows 10 update has been packed so anyone upgrading for the first time will not run into this issue.
If you have upgraded prior to the Windows 10 patch try the manual uninstall instructions below.
08-30-2015 11:34 AM
I'm pleased to say I bit the bullet and upgraded to Windows 10 today and I have 7GB of cache and my PC seems just as responsive as it did under Windows 7.
Of course, this doesn't help anyone who is stuck in Windows 10 with a non-working ReadyCache.
I had previously tried to get RC working in Windows 10 by installing/reinstalling & registry cleanup etc but in the end reverted back to Windows 7 using Windows 10's "Go back to Windows 7" option until a fix was reported to be ready. This might be a route for some of you to consider.
Sandisk - shame you didn't test with the Windows 10 before the release date so we didn't have to go through this - but well done on getting a working fix out now.
08-30-2015 03:40 PM
I have a problem with my Ready Cache SSD. I can not play Gefixte Software Express Cache for Windows 10th Because in Device Manager is to SSD under Ergebisse: The unit "SCSI \ Disk & Ven_SanDis_ & Prod_SDSSDRC032G \ 4 & 118795f3 & 0 & 000000" could not be migrated. Thus, the software does not find namely the SSD. My question is how I can in the Regedit for the device "SCSI \ Disk & Ven_SanDis_ & Prod_SDSSDRC032G \ 4 & 118795f3 & 0 & 000000" shall be migrated? After update until now I have the Sandisk Ready cache used with Intel® Smart Response Technology, as the Software Express Cache until recently not 10 running under Windows. Now there is a fix for the software. Only the Software Express Cache can not be installed because the can not find the SSD and I think that at Intel SSD Cache Intel® Smart Response Technology use in the Regedit what has bent flat. Therefore, the device can "SCSI \ Disk & Ven_SanDis_ & Prod_SDSSDRC032G \ 4 & 118795f3 & 0 & 000000" could not be migrated. The Intel® Smart Response Technology, I have planned only as a temporary stopgap. But the software Express Cache caches all HDs in system no matter which controller hanging. While the Intel® Smart Response Technology, only the boat caches Raid 0 drive. I have two HD's as Raid 0, a HD 3 TB as a data HD and HD for backups. Thus, the Software Express Cache is much better in the function in connection with my Sandisk SSD Cache Ready. I want to save my Sytem themself. So I want that fixed on the Regedit. I just do not know where I put there because He has value SCSI \ Disk & Ven_SanDis_ & Prod_SDSSDRC032G \ 4 & 118795f3 & 0 & 000000 the SSD is migrated.
09-01-2015 10:23 AM
I have been working with SanDisk support and they have now got my ReadyCache working through some manual processes that they got me to perform.
I am also maonitoring the performance of ReadyCache to make sure that it has not broken anything else in Windows 10.
Currently things are working well thanks to the SanDisk support team.
I am sure that they will release soon a tool to fix the issues that many people have seen with ReadyCache since the update to Windows 10.
09-01-2015 12:26 PM
@infinidim & others with a working set up. I am curious to find out how its working out.
My EC setup seems to be working. Cache fills up. I see speed changes in apps.
But I am not so satisfied with boot speed.
There are two stages to boot up. First with the windows logo and circling dots. Then enter password to get to desktop when you also have circling dots. I am gauging bootup speed based on number of complete cycles of the dots on both stages. (A complete cycle = 2 cycles of the dots when the dots disappear before reappearing. Reappearance is the start of the next complete cycle).
--First stage takes two and a half complete cycles (Dots circling around five times+) (Doesn't feel like EC is working fully)
--Second stage takes around one complete cycle. At this tage EC seems to be working as I am jumping straight to desktop skipping an additional blank screen which was a third phase before EC started working.
How many complete cycles of the dots are you seeing with EC?