Ok, my Torqx 256 bombed a while back and I posted about it. The Inferno 240 replacement I received had been sitting in the box since I received it months ago. So, earlier this week, I decided to go ahead and give Patriot another chance. I cloned my mechanical drive and cranked the SSD up. Everything all dandy.
Then, I let Iolo System Mechanic do its thing which included fixing a drive error it detected. Not knowing if it was the SSD (primary) or the mechanical HDD (secondary), I let it do its thing.
Next boot, WHAMMO! BSOD. Reason something about potential corrupted driver. Hard booted and launched repair. Boot sector error. I think it auto fixed the problem because going into Launch Windows normally worked after that (didn't prior - just BSOD again). Same cycle had to be repeated for the next few reboots. I deleted the partition and re-cloned the disk in between. Same deal persisted. Just now, I had to F8 and start Last Known Good Configuration. Then I came here and searched for Iolo related problems.
So, anyway, I would like to know how many in the community having problems are also running Iolo System Mechanic and letting it "fix" drive problems?
More importantly, I would like Tech Support to perform some thorough testing and reply with findings. If I am right, it is an opportunity to alleviate a lot of headaches, heartaches, and user frustration.
Let us all know what you guys find!
By the way...where the heck are the firmware downloads for Inferno 240. Absolutely nothing in the download section...