Hi Experts -
Have a tough question about “DriveDx” for Macs.
( utility from “BinaryFruit.com” )
Realize that EE is mainly for PC guys, but perhaps one of you sneak off when no one is looking and use an overpriced Mac. ;-)
DriveDx can be used to report on the decrease in performance of a SSD during its useful lifetime, works great for that purpose when I tried the trial version on my one year old “Retina MacBook Pro”.
So I downloaded the highest priced “Consultant” version, $50.
Forgot to consider that I am 99.999% senile, so failed in all my attempts to “register” DriveDx.
Get an error message:
“Consultant version can only be registered on an external drive”
Well I was already booted up on an external drive named “MAIL 17”
DriveDx can NOT see any drives except the boot drive.
All my attempts to contact the vendor failed, “BinaryFruit.com” does not reply.
Should I write this off as a lost cause?