Activate TRIM on any MAC and any SSD, work with snow leopard 1.6.6 & 10.6.7

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    Patched my OWC Extreme Pro yesterday. Halved my boot up time from 24 to 12secs. No problems with browsing or deleting files as some have reported.
     
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    Very easy, just backup, patch and reboot.:cool:

    OWC Mercury Extreme Pro SSD:

    Capacity: 115.03 GB (115,033,153,536 bytes)
    Model: OWC Mercury Extreme Pro SSD
    Revision: 360A13F0
    Serial Number: MXE11511E11C1235
    Native Command Queuing: Yes
    Queue Depth: 32
    Removable Media: No
    Detachable Drive: No
    BSD Name: disk0
    Medium Type: Solid State
    TRIM Support: Yes
     
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    I'm literally going back-and-forth right now about ordering w/ Apple SSD for TRIM support. 256 gig still expensive for "not a lot" of space.

    Wonder how it would work to get the small SSD equipped and replace it with a faster drive...TRIM should still be enabled (?) and maybe go with a 2 SSD config in the end?
     
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