Core i7 on an Asus Sabertooth X79 motherboard with 16GB DDR3 SDRAM.
1 x 256GB M4 (System) on 6Gb/s channel
1 x 128GB M4 on 6Gb/s channel
1 x Sandisk 30GB on 3Gb/s channel (VeloSSD Cache)
2 x WD RE4 2TB with 2 partitions in RAID1 on the MARVEL 6Gb/s channel
1 x WD RE3 1TB via E-SATA
I was encrypting a harddrive last night. Left my PC on, and this morning I wake up to a BSOD detailing an error with velossd.sys.
Prior to this my prior boot up was met with a mandatory chkdsk detailing corrupted files.
Rebooting after the BSOD, leaves me with the windows start up logo for over an hour.
Tried rebooting a few times, tried the Win 7 repair disc a few times. Same thing.
System only booted when I detached the VeloSSD cache drive.
Upon booting up again, I was met with a notification that the trial period for VeloSSD had ended.
I uninstalled VeloSSD. Clicked OK to reboot.
Unable to log in because my user files were in the partition being cached by VeloSSD that were obliterated upon uninstallation of VeloSSD.
Saving grace is that my laptop is a practical clone of my desktop.
On a more serious note, at this level of operations, for something like this to happen is really just testament to how far from prime time this program really is. Have the temerity to at least label it as BETA.
The time lost alone is unnerving.