Beachballing even after Reinstalling Sierra.

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by ishan1337, Aug 14, 2017.

  1. ishan1337 macrumors newbie

    ishan1337

    Joined:
    Jul 28, 2017
    #1
    It's terrible. I have no idea what the cause of the issue is.

    EtreCheck:

    EtreCheck version: 3.4.2 (436)

    Report generated 2017-08-14 18:02:28

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    Runtime: 1:52

    Performance: Excellent



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    Problem: Beachballing



    Hardware Information:

    MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2015)

    [Technical Specifications] - [User Guide] - [Warranty & Service]

    MacBook Pro - model: MacBookPro12,1

    1 2.7 GHz Intel Core i5 (i5-5257U) CPU: 2-core

    8 GB RAM Not upgradeable

    BANK 0/DIMM0

    4 GB DDR3 1867 MHz ok

    BANK 1/DIMM0

    4 GB DDR3 1867 MHz ok

    Bluetooth: Good - Handoff/Airdrop2 supported

    Wireless: en0: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac

    Battery: Health = Normal - Cycle count = 544

    iCloud Quota: 34.56 GB available


    Video Information:

    Intel Iris Graphics 6100 - VRAM: 1536 MB

    Color LCD 2560 x 1600


    Disk Information:

    APPLE SSD SM0256G disk0: (251 GB) (Solid State - TRIM: Yes)

    [Show SMART report]

    EFI (disk0s1 - MS-DOS FAT32) <not mounted> [EFI]: 210 MB

    (disk0s2) <not mounted> [CoreStorage Container]: 250.14 GB

    Recovery HD (disk0s3 - Journaled HFS+) <not mounted> [Recovery]: 650 MB


    USB Information:

    USB30Bus

    Broadcom Corp. Bluetooth USB Host Controller

    Logitech USB Receiver


    Thunderbolt Information:

    Apple Inc. thunderbolt_bus


    Virtual disks:

    MacOS (disk1 - Journaled HFS+) / [Startup]: 249.78 GB (216.69 GB free)

    Encrypted AES-XTS Unlocked

    Physical disk: disk0s2 250.14 GB Online



    System Software:

    macOS Sierra 10.12.6 (16G29) - Time since boot: less than an hour


    Gatekeeper:

    Mac App Store and identified developers


    Kernel Extensions:

    /Library/Extensions

    [loaded] com.malwarebytes.mbam.rtprotection (3.0 - SDK 10.12) [Lookup]



    System Launch Agents:

    [not loaded] 7 Apple tasks

    [loaded] 178 Apple tasks

    [running] 97 Apple tasks


    System Launch Daemons:

    [not loaded] 42 Apple tasks

    [loaded] 173 Apple tasks

    [running] 101 Apple tasks


    Launch Agents:

    [running] com.malwarebytes.mbam.frontend.agent.plist (? 631295be 680057a5 - installed 2017-08-14) [Lookup]


    Launch Daemons:

    [running] com.malwarebytes.HelperTool.plist (Malwarebytes Corporation - installed 2017-07-28) [Lookup]

    [running] com.malwarebytes.mbam.rtprotection.daemon.plist (? 31419c10 e3f423ee - installed 2017-08-14) [Lookup]

    [running] com.malwarebytes.mbam.settings.daemon.plist (? a40d558f d0b9e521 - installed 2017-08-14) [Lookup]


    User Launch Agents:

    [loaded] com.google.keystone.agent.plist (Google, Inc. - installed 2017-07-28) [Lookup]


    Internet Plug-ins:

    QuickTime Plugin: 7.7.3 (installed 2017-07-15)



    3rd Party Preference Panes:

    None


    Time Machine:

    Time Machine not configured!



    Top Processes by CPU:

    2% kernel_task

    1% RTProtectionDaemon

    0% WindowServer

    0% fontd

    0% com.apple.WebKit.WebContent


    Top Processes by Memory:

    628 MB kernel_task

    408 MB com.apple.WebKit.WebContent

    326 MB com.apple.WebKit.WebContent

    178 MB Safari

    149 MB Finder


    Top Processes by Network Use:

    Input Output Process name

    3 MB 241 KB com.apple.WebKit.Networking

    90 KB 8 KB mDNSResponder

    23 KB 18 KB apsd

    7 KB 1 KB netbiosd

    4 KB 3 KB com.apple.geod


    Top Processes by Energy Use:

    0.64 opendirectoryd

    0.44 RTProtectionDaemon

    0.40 WindowServer

    0.24 cloudd


    Virtual Memory Information:

    3.86 GB Available RAM

    62 MB Free RAM

    4.14 GB Used RAM

    3.80 GB Cached files

    32 MB Swap Used


    Software installs:

    Airmail: 3.3.2 (installed 2017-07-28)

    Logitech Options: (installed 2017-07-28)

    Slack: 2.6.2 (installed 2017-07-28)

    Airmail: 3.3.2 (installed 2017-07-28)

    Logitech Options: (installed 2017-07-29)

    USB Overdrive: (installed 2017-07-29)

    ColorSnapper2: 1.5.0 (installed 2017-08-03)

    Slack: 2.7.0 (installed 2017-08-14)

    Malwarebytes for Mac: (installed 2017-08-14)



    Install information may not be complete.


    Diagnostics Information:

    2017-08-14 17:32:52 Last shutdown cause: 3 - Hard shutdown
     
  2. Lunder89 macrumors 6502

    Lunder89

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    Denmark
    #2
    You have Logitech software installed?
    If so, I would try to remove that completely, in my experience their Mac software causes tons of bugs.
     
  3. ishan1337 thread starter macrumors newbie

    ishan1337

    Joined:
    Jul 28, 2017
    #3
    Nah, I uninstalled that a few days after reinstall. I don't see any traces of it in my running processes.
     
  4. Audit13 macrumors 65816

    Audit13

    Joined:
    Apr 19, 2017
    Location:
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    #4
    Maybe it's a failing ssd or logic board issue?

    Take it to an apple store for diagnosis?
     
  5. Kissmyne macrumors 6502

    Kissmyne

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    Apr 21, 2015
  6. kohlson macrumors 65816

    Joined:
    Apr 23, 2010
    #6
    Does it run terribly in Safe Mode?

    Does Activity Monitor show any applications/processes using lots of CPU/RAM/Disk activity?
     
  7. vkd macrumors 6502a

    vkd

    Joined:
    Sep 10, 2012
    #7
    Reset SMC by holding down Command + Option + Shift whilst booting.

    Reset NVRAM (Command Memory) by holding down Command + Option + P + R whilst booting.
     

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