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AMD StoreMi V2 doesn't work, Alternatives?

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Thought I'd use StoreMi to try and speed up the old HDD my games are stored on, unfortunately the installer causes an instant BSOD for me, and then the computer bootloops. This isn't ideal, any suggestions on alternatives? Going to try primocache but ideally there'd be something more open source or at least first party.
 
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As you have an Asrock motherboard, try their Ram Disk software, you may need to increase the amount of ram you currently have though.
 

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StoreMi is just a rebrand of Fuzedrive, IIRC.

I personally just paid for Primocache a few years ago and haven't looked back. The software works wonderfully on my Intel and AMD systems.
 
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Thought I'd use StoreMi to try and speed up the old HDD my games are stored on, unfortunately the installer causes an instant BSOD for me, and then the computer bootloops. This isn't ideal, any suggestions on alternatives? Going to try primocache but ideally there'd be something more open source or at least first party.
Primocache
 
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Video Card(s) ASUS R9 290 DCII-OC 4GB
Storage corsair mp600 1TB
Display(s) LG 27MB85Z 27" 1440p
Case NZXT Source 340
Power Supply Thermaltake 675w
Mouse Logitech G500S
Keyboard Logitech G510S
Software Windows 8.1 64 bit
As you have an Asrock motherboard, try their Ram Disk software, you may need to increase the amount of ram you currently have though.

Ooops, Sorry dude forgot to update my specs.

I've tried Primocache as suggest by others and have been more than happy with it
 
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