Hi, I've replaced the hard drive of my MacBook Pro Mid-2012 running 10.11.5 by a Kingston SSDNow V300. Once installed Mac OS X, the first thing I've done is opening terminal to enable TRIMby using "sudo trimforce enable". After automatically restarting, I've checked the TRIM status on the System Information app, where it shows that it's still not enabled. Trying again I've realized that after confirming with the "y" twice when enabling TRIM, Terminal should show "Enabling TRIM...", then two more dots in the lines below and then "Operation succeeded. Your system will reboot momentarily, please wait...", as I've seen in some snapshots of the process I found on the internet. I my case, however, it's shown the "Enabling TRIM" and one dot, and then the system suddenly restarts. After restarting, Terminal is still open and it shows something like this: "[Restored 05 Jun 2016 22:28:38] Last login: Sun Jun 5 22:28:37 on console Restored session: Sun Jun 5 22:27:31 CEST 2016" It seems that the SDD I bought indeed have support for TRIM, but somehow it can't be enabled in my case. Does somebody know why I'm not being able to enable it, or have it happened already to somebody? I've searched for a while in the forums but I haven't found the answer. Many thanks!!