You could try decreasing the size of the partition you are using. To do so you can follow these steps as an example:
1. Open the Windows* Disk Management Utility and view how much Unallocated Space is at the end of the disk. If the Unallocated Space is >= 4.209MBs then the Create From Source Disk option should be available. If not then continue to step 2
2. Open the Windows* Disk Properties and in the General tab press the Disk Clean-up button. When the clean-up is completed then read the Free Space. If the Free Space is >= ~8MB then go to step 4
3. Delete some files until the Free Space is ~8MB. Empty the Recycle Bin. Go back to step 2.
4. In the Windows* Disk Properties Tools tab press the Defragment Now button.
5. In the Windows* Disk Management Utility right-click on the partition closest to the end of the disk and choose Shrink Volume. Shrink the Volume. In “Enter the amount of space to shrink in MBs” line enter 5MBs. Go to step 1.
This troubleshooting information can be seen at:
After reading your post, I tried this solution. Created an 11mb unallocated space on the end of my HDD and tried to accelerate... but still same error.
Seems that there could be either an isolated issue with either the SSD being used or another application is preventing the Intel® Smart Response technology feature to work properly.
At this point you might need to try using another SSD and try using a separate and fresh operating system installation with nothing else installed than the motherboard drivers and Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology.