OCZ Synapse 64GB SSD Cache Drive Review Comment Thread
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March 27, 2012, 11:57 PM
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Never mind, re-read review. question answered, kinda.
Wait a second!
Disclaimer: Your Dataplex licensing key is only valid on one machine. Dataplex uses various components to identify a PC (memory, OS, CPU Id, BIOS, Ethernet card); if two or more components change, it is considered a different machine. If you wish to change only one component, Dataplex will automatically revalidate the license as long as there is an internet connection when the PC is rebooted. You must uninstall Dataplex to release the license prior to changing two or more components in your system. Licenses cannot be released after the system is no longer valid. Please contact OCZ tech support to reset the license if this occurs.
What in the shit is this? Are you kidding me?
Screw you OCZ. Screw you.
It is a cache drive. Why does the software that makes it tick really need to call home and disable itself if I want to upgrade or otherwise swap around hardware?
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