The Dashboard includes tools for analysis of the disk (including the disk model, capacity, firmware version, and SMART attributes) and firmware updates.

Note: On Sept. 14, 2020. SanDisk SSD Dashboard is now known as Dashboard.

What's New

  • Fixed rare crash on startup caused by Windows returning invalid strings from boot drive inquiry
  • Force all erase options through the Linux embedded toolkit, which provides a more stable and feature-complete environment for drive erasure
  • Enable Format on supported devices when the security state is Frozen
  • Resolved an issue which caused a long load time after running Sanitize on some devices
  • Resolved detection issues for P40 devices, and improved Dashboard's performance when they're attached to USB ports of older standards
  • Resolved an issue for P50 devices which could cause stale data or an invalid LBA count to be shown
  • Restricted Gaming Mode 2.0 file watcher to only support drives local to the system and adjusted behavior to only start Gaming Mode on the drive that launched the game
  • Resolved issue where Gaming Mode 2.0 could be left in the wrong state until a game starts when set to AUTO and the system was rebooted
  • Restricted volumes without assigned letters or names from being shown in Dashboard
  • Improved messages relating to write cache settings and NVMe SMART data for better clarification