coolio, try this
just try "Get Model" and post here what it gives, and what says under your "S-ATA" in System information
Patch doesnt work yet
Cindori said:Recent hacks have been discovered to allow for TRIM support for any SSD in OSX. The idea is to hexedit the kext binary to add model identifiers.
Cindori said:However, most users are not comfortable with that, so I am making an app for it, a TRIM Support Enabler.
Guys this is so simple to do. I would never be a guinea pig for someone. No offence to the op.
Just do a little reading and within 10min you'll have TRIM.
Basically you HEX one extension, you replace APPLE-SSD with the first 9 letters of your SSD, mine was OCZ-VETRE, thats it, hello TRIM
it's all here:
The only difference I ran into was after I saved my hacked file there was one with a ~ attached to it. The first time I booted I got the grey screen with the x.
Restarted with the option key, deleted the file with a ~,rebooted and TRIM = YES.
haha, it seems a user on HM just discovered you don't even have to enter model, you can just remove model and it will respond to any model
makes last 6h of my day kinda useless, hah
try running this in terminal
/usr/sbin/system_profiler -detailLevel mini | egrep '(Model): ' | cut -d: -f1-
and post output here
Last login: Sat Mar 26 14:40:25 on console
Kristian-Vatto-MacBook-Air:~ Krisu$ /usr/sbin/system_profiler -detailLevel mini | egrep '(Model): ' | cut -d: -f1-
Chipset Model: NVIDIA GeForce 320M
Model: APPLE SSD TS128C