Problems with VeloSSD 2.0.8 and more than one cached partition

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#1

Hello, as indicated in my former post I treid to cache more than one partition through VeloSSD Professional Edition v 2.0.8 My System: Multiboot Linux/Windows with one Windows 7 and one Windows XP for legacy applications. VeloSSD is used in Windows 7 only. In Windows 7 there are harddisk partions C to G on the first hd, then four partitons H through K on the second. I, J, K are used by Windows XP exclusively. Drive R: is my SSD destinied for the caching through VeloSSD, attached to the system via eSATA, size is 64GB. All partitions are NTFS-formatted. Please note if you need further details! (Mainboard, controllers and so on) First I took the trial version and cached drive C: (50GB) with a 20GB file on R:. No problems in doing that, several reboots included. I deleted the C:-caching after activating the Professional Edition and wanted to add four partitions: C: 50GB to R: 8GB file, instant reboot required after adding it. E: 20GB to R: 20GB, instant reboot required after adding it. Two error messages popped up saying “file not accessible” (Not literally!) and drive E: was not mentioned anymore in the VeloSSD GUI. So I tried other partitions: D: 20GB to R: 8GB file, NO reboot required. F: 200GB to R: 20GB file, NO reboot here too. The VeloSSD-GUI showed all three C,D,F as NTFS-Volumes I did some copying on the drives to get the cache used. After a reboot the drives D and F got some cryptic error and the GUI showed them with a - instead the NTFS. Deleted and readded D and F, reboot, same story. After the third reboot with D and F added came a popup requesting to reinstall VeloSSD due to an internal error. Since I can’t activate VeloSSD since the reinstall, I’m not able to test further. What to do next? Ciao, Martin Schneider


#2

hi

my expirence is that VeloSSD can only activated one time. If you need a new Activation you need to contact the Support.


#3

Hi,
this has been answered in:


Please read it up there.