10.10.1 TRIM is not enabled!

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  1. star trek, Nov 18, 2014
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    star trek macrumors newbie

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    Hello Tim Cook !!! How about You !? Fine !?!?

    Here after update to 10.10.1 an open windows tells me:

    TRIM IS NOT ENABLED .....AGAAAAAAAIN........the first time enabling trim with trim enabler had to reinstall the osx to GET into Maverick and NOW PLEASE AS USER OF THE MOST ADVANCED OS IN THE WORLD WHAT SHOULD I DO TO LET MAVERICKS RUNNING WITH MY SAMSUNG 830 256 GB RUNNING WITH TRIM ENABLED WITHOUT TO REINSTALL OSX AGAIN !?!?

    Is it safe to reenable trim with trim enabler 3.3 !? PLEASE LET PEOPLE WITH NO APPLEshit ssd know what have to do !!!!

    to me this is not the most advanced os in the world if any ssd you happen to own trim is not enabled by default.........!!!! thks and waiting for your replay!!! Have a good day ahead everyone !!!!! :(
     
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    always take your meds before starting a thread. ;)
    check for an update to trim enabler. :cool:
    a forum search on an issue can help as well...:D
     
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    Every time you update the OS you need to re-enable TRIM. I've had to do that since I installed the SSD in my MBP, even under Mavericks. Actually, with the way TRIM is with non-Apple SSDs, I would (and will) disable TRIM BEFORE doing the update.
     
  5. star trek thread starter macrumors newbie

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    If Apple keeps telling yosemite is the most advanced os in the world..... i do believe trim should work on any ssd you happens to own.....but it's not so!!!! :D
     
  6. w0lf macrumors 65816

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    Apple can say anything they want. OSX is not the most advanced os in the world just because they say so.
     
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    If you are opening up your Mac and replacing the stock hardware with non stock non Apple hardware, it is 100% on the end user to do the research on what they need to do to make it work or if it even will. Period.

    It's like those people who try out recipes but substitute a bunch of other stuff and then complain it didn't turn out right. Straight up comedy.
     
  8. star trek thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Last but not least !!! After flawless upgrade to yosemite enable trim with trim enabler and restart......IMPOSSIBLE TO ENTER ON YOSEMITE.....Had to reinstall osx redownloading the entire osx from internet ...lot of time gone.......hard time for no apple ssd's owners ..... !!!! :rolleyes:
     
  9. maflynn Moderator

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    Please use the linked thread in post 2 for such discussions.
     
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