Need help with problematic Macbook Pro Retina.

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Intelligent, Dec 6, 2014.

  1. Intelligent macrumors 6502a

    Intelligent

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    #1
    I used to only have to shut down my computer every month or so but now I have a worse problem.

    Whenever i start my computer, everything works fine. Programs dont lag, everything is copied quickly, no high fan, no unusually high memory usage and extremly smooth performance. But after a few hours, 2-5 my I can't save anything. When i press save and choose the file name or when i click "Open File" in the menu bar the application freezes. Then i have to force quit it, and then i can't open it again. Then the same happens to every application, they all freeze and I can't do anything so I have to force quit them but then i can't open them again. Whenever i shut down my computer, it just freezes. So I always have to force shut the computer down. What is my problem?

    I have repair my disk
    I have repaired permissions
    I have Reset NVRAM
    I have Reset SMC
    I have Deleted all Cache.
     
  2. TheIguana macrumors 6502a

    TheIguana

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    Sep 26, 2004
    Location:
    Canada
    #2
    Is your drive FileVault 2 encrypted? I've had issues with lag on multiple Mac's now since the Yosemite update due to corrupted FileVault 2 partitions.

    If your drive is FileVault encrypted, when you ran "Disk Repair," did you remember to click the partition listed as a dependant to your SSD and unlock it while in OS X's recovery mode?
     

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