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Discussion in 'OS X El Capitan (10.11)' started by perlsyntax, Oct 2, 2015.
why do I cant boot up or turn on my Mac with Mac 10.11 with Ssd?
Could you be more specific?
Which MacBook Pro model do you have? Which SSD? What are you trying to do? Etc...
Macbook pro 2012 macbook9,2
Great. Unless you give some more information the answer is likely to be "don't know". What do you try to do? What happens?
What i do is install mac 10.11 and after i install it i install everything i need and shut it down and it take long time to power it on odd.
Well is it "take long time" or "can't turn it on"...there are some cleanup/indexing tasks after a first install, give it a few hours powered on and not asleep and then reboot again and see how long that reboot takes. Doesn't sound like you have a problem to be honest.
I try rebooted option command p and r at the sometime helped
I have no idea what that means.
I try that command i fix my prob.
So you fixed a non-booting problem by rebooting again and it worked? Result!
It work for few but it doing it again.odd about to give up.iread it could be bug.
Did you upgrade or do a clean install of 10.11?
Yes i even did a clean install to.Could it be the Crucel ssd and there no hoot update for the mac os x on the web site.
Make sure you have the correct partition selected in System Preferences > Startup Disk.
It could be anything. Do you have a different SSD to test the system out with?
Make sure it on the ssd.that look good.I put my old hard rive back in same prob must be a software bug.
I put in the old hard drive does the something could the mac 10.11 could be buggy?
Does the same in 10.11.1