11-21-2018 08:37 AM
Did you get the latest CERTIFIED SATA drivers from your Board Manufatuer, or try the Windows STANDARD SATA drivers, an see if it then works.
I Had the problem with my SSD Plus, an in my chase it was that the AMD Sata drivers where out of date, an there was an problem with updating the drivers, I had to COMPLETLY remove the AMD Sata drivers to Instll the Uptodate AMD Sata drivers.
05-10-2019 01:13 AM
I had the same problem on 220.127.116.11. No AMD or funky memory, didn't bother to check my drivers, I don't want to mess with what works.
What finally solved it for me: I had Windows 10 Ransomware Protection enabled with Protected Folders (Documents, Pictures, Music, Desktop,...).
Allowing the SSD Dashboard ("Allow an app through controlled folder acccess") resolved the problem for me, even though I am not happy with that solution.
I guess there is a bug in the error handling of SSD Dashboard. In my opinion, it has no business writing there.
05-14-2019 01:36 PM