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wayland sothcott
wayland sothcott
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10/3/2019
wayland sothcott
wayland sothcott
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V3.4.0 blue screen on uninstall.. Can't terminate the application nore uninstall even in safe mode.
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macrog
macrog
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22 days ago
macrog
macrog
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I am having the same issue. I accidentally installed installed Max Velo SSD and then purchased VeloSSD personal but I cant unintall MAx Velo SSD. I have removed it from Startup and attempted to uninstall but it crashes my computer every time. Please help
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wayland sothcott
wayland sothcott
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22 days ago
wayland sothcott
wayland sothcott
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macrog, there still seems to be no solution to this. It means you cannot upgrade either. I've bought 4 licences to this software which I have used and reused on several builds. I currently only have one machine running reliably. The rest all seem to screw up at some point. It's a great shame as this really is a good way of making a hard drive as fast as an SSD if not faster. I just can't trust it to keep working.

The other products might be reliable but I've not tried them.
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bodo
bodo
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21 days ago
bodo
bodo
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For the moment, it looks like Wayland would actually be able to constantly generate BSOD. In reference to this subject we only know one thing: we are not. The fact that this forum is freely accessible does not explain the need to violate its rules. As long as he does not comprehensibly describe how he generated his problem, he documented far better his attitude to this forum.
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wayland sothcott
wayland sothcott
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21 days ago
wayland sothcott
wayland sothcott
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bodo, I did not read the rules, I am just conducting myself in the way I see as reasonable. The number of machines I have built with MaxVeloSSD and had this problem tells me you could easily reproduce it. A Windows 7 Ultimate machine with everything on the C: HDD and a 60GB SSD.
It will probably screw up the system at some point and want to repair. I had one do this last week. It could not complete the repair. When I disconnected the SSD the system was able to repair and boot. Then when I tried to remove the MaxVeloSSD driver it would blue screen as usual. After this the system would be toast.

As I've suggested many times we need a tool to remove the driver. Even if it's just so we can upgrade, which we can't do currently.
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