Bill, that's dissapointing to hear. I've been thinking of upgrading to a 1TB SSD in an effort to alleviate the brain freezes on my megabrain but am concerned to hear that it still arises with an SSD. I am coming to the reluctant conclusion that there may be a combination of software limitations with the size and integrity of the brain data set combined with inadequate support to solve the issue in a secure manner. The last thing i would want to do is to hand over an integrated data set from multiple sources many of whom are under NDA for confidentiality just to address a software problem.
Despite professional licensing formats, somewhere along the line this gap in addressing a performance / security issue has arisen and looks unlikely to be solved. It is either an endemic problem or I also suspect it is related to the critical data failure Zenrain suffered 2-3 years ago which corrupted his entire dataset seemingly beyond repair. The developers did take his data and reassemble his brain 'manually' it seems. The only solution acceptable to both parties that is secure and scales is to build a user tool to self-diagnose and repair the dataset. I welcome any thoughts from Matt or the team on this serious issue. best Jim
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