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05-10-2021 02:53 PM
I made a big mistake in disabling Intel Optane Memory and now when I try to enable it again, it says I could lose all my driver's data. So of course I contacted Intel, and they confirmed that if I proceed to enable it then there's a small change I could lose everything. They then told me to contact my pc's manufacturer since Intel Optane Memory had been preinstalled when I purchased it. So that's why I'm contacting you guys
06-15-2021 02:50 PM
Does the program update the BIOS, or does it update files within Windows?
If the latter, do you have a "spare" disk-drive that is empty, and the same (or nearly the same) capacity as your current disk-drive?
If so, then use free software, such as "Macrium Reflect" to create a "clone" of your disk-drive onto the "spare" disk-drive.
Disconnect your original disk-drive.
Connect the "clone" disk-drive.
Try the program to enable Optane.
If it works on the "cloned" disk-drive, then you know that you can disconnect the "clone", reconnect the original disk-drive, and run the program again.
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