Yosemite + Samsung EVO 840 = errors!

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by CalvinWatterson, Dec 1, 2014.

  1. CalvinWatterson macrumors newbie

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    Hi everybody,

    I´m having a weird problem with my laptop:

    MPB 13" 2010 upgraded with 8GBs RAM and an SSD (OCZ vertex 2 120GB), everything went OK even in Yosemite.

    Now I purchased a Samsung 840EVO 250GBs and decided to do a clean install (internet recovery). I installed Trim Enabler, which disabled the kext signing policy, and enabled TRIM.

    From now on, every time I switch off the MBP, the system partition breaks. On the startup the recovery partition will launch, the Disk Utility will recover the partition and will reboot fine.

    I tried resetting PRAM, SMC (and re-disabling kext signing, that reactivates doing the resets) and also updated my new SSD firmware with the "Samsung Performance Recovery for MAC"
    http://www.samsung.com/global/busin...t/downloads.html?CID=AFL-hq-mul-0813-11000170

    But the problem persists. I can use my system for hours (and days) without any noticeable problem. Even running Disk Utility just before shutdown will not show errors at all...
     
  2. Furry.Marsupial macrumors newbie

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    Does it do it if you don't muck about with the Kext signing ?


    Personally, after a lot of reading I decided to leave Trim off. Not enough or any upside for "average" use. But, that's just me.

    Colin
     
  3. 0x100 macrumors regular

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  4. CalvinWatterson thread starter macrumors newbie

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    @Furry.Marsupial I´ll try that. Now I´m installing a W7 (whole disk) and later I´ll put Mavericks (to discard there´s a physical issue with the new SSD)

    I´ve read that the TRIM support is way important to keep the SSD healthy and fast. So, mixed feelings about disabling TRIM.

    @0x100 By patching you mean enabling the TRIM support?
     

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