Why is Trim not enabled?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by rdowty, Sep 10, 2011.

  1. rdowty macrumors 6502a

    rdowty

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    I purchased a Apple SSD reported to be a pull from a 2011 MBP off eBay. It has the Apple logo on the drive and profiler reports it to be an Apple SSD but trim support is not enabled for some reason. I did a clean install of Lion after installing the drive.
     

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  2. johnnyturbouk macrumors 68000

    johnnyturbouk

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    (1) just run the trim enabled hack to enable TRIM support in OSX.

    (2) The CTO MBP with apple SSDs have TRIM enabled by default post 10.6.7 I believe - I do not remember ever reading apple claiming to offically support TRIM on MBP that did not have apple SSDs installed on completion - in other words, the CTO MBPs built with apple SSDs had customised OSX that natively supported TRIM.

    for consumers like yourself, that brought stock MBPs and then added an apple SSD- TRIM enabler will work fine.
     

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