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Problems with SSD after replacing cable

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I had a SSD in my MacBook Pro 13'' mid 2012 working for some time, and one day it did not boot anymore, I tried reinstalling the system, recovering from Time Machine, pulling it out and reinstalling OS X on it through a USB case, all to no success.
I had a SSD in my MacBook Pro 13'' mid 2012 working for some time, and one day it did not boot anymore, I tried reinstalling the system, recovering from Time Machine, pulling it out and reinstalling OS X on it through a USB case, all to no success.
 
I checked the SmartStatus with DriveDx (through another computer) and it had a huge count of UDMA Errors. I replaced the drive with a HDD and it worked, so I thought that maybe the SSD's controller went kaput (sent it back to the manufacturer, did not receive any news yet). I bought another SSD (brand new) put it in the MacBook, installed the system and as soon as I booted, started having freezing beach balls all the time. I ran BlackMagic Disk Speed Test and Read/Writes were around 120MB/s, way below what was expected.
I checked the SmartStatus with DriveDx (through another computer) and it had a huge count of UDMA Errors. I replaced the drive with a HDD and it worked, so I thought that maybe the SSD's controller went kaput (sent it back to the manufacturer, did not receive any news yet). I bought another SSD (brand new) put it in the MacBook, installed the system and as soon as I booted, started having freezing beach balls all the time. I ran BlackMagic Disk Speed Test and Read/Writes were around 120MB/s, way below what was expected.
 
Put the old HDD back, the computer worked OK, so I thought it was the cable that was damaged, not supporting higher speeds (strange thing is that the old SSD would not install or copy anything onto it).
Put the old HDD back, the computer worked OK, so I thought it was the cable that was damaged, not supporting higher speeds (strange thing is that the old SSD would not install or copy anything onto it).
 
Ordered a new cable, put it in, and here is where things get messy. With the HDD, no problem whatsoever. With the SSD, BlackMagic runs at 480MB/s (expected), but after some time, It starts freezing, I/O error counts sky rocket and if I shut it down and restart, I either get the question mark or the prohibit sign. If I wait long enough, it boots, so it seems that the problem is temperature related.
Ordered a new cable, put it in, and here is where things get messy. With the HDD, no problem whatsoever. With the SSD, BlackMagic runs at 480MB/s (expected), but after some time, It starts freezing, I/O error counts sky rocket and if I shut it down and restart, I either get the question mark or the prohibit sign. If I wait long enough, it boots, so it seems that the problem is temperature related.
 
Any clues? Do I still have a faulty cable? Any help or insight is welcome.

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

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Titel:

Problems with SSD after replacing cable

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I had a SSD in my MacBook Pro 13'' mid 2012 working for some time, and one day it did not boot anymore, I tried reinstalling the system, recovering from Time Machine, pulling it out and reinstalling OS X on it through a USB case, all to no success. I

I
checked the SmartStatus with DriveDx (through another computer) and it had a huge count of UDMA Errors. I replaced the drive with a HDD and it worked, so I thought that maybe the SSD's controller went kaput (sent it back to the manufacturer, did not receive any news yet). I bought another SSD (brand new) put it in the MacBook, installed the system and as soon as I booted, started having freezing beach balls all the time. I ran BlackMagic Disk Speed Test and Read/Writes were around 120MB/s, way below what was expected. Put

Put
the old HDD back, the computer worked OK, so I thought it was the cable that was damaged, not supporting higher speeds (strange thing is that the old SSD would not install or copy anything onto it). Ordered

Ordered
a new cable, put it in, and here is where things get messy. With the HDD, no problem whatsoever. With the SSD, BlackMagic runs at 480MB/s (expected), but after some time, It starts freezing, I/O error counts sky rocket and if I shut it down and restart, I either get the question mark or the prohibit sign. If I wait long enough, it boots, so it seems that the problem is temperature related. Any

Any
clues? Do I still have a faulty cable? Any help or insight is welcome.
I had a SSD in my MacBook Pro 13'' mid 2012 working for some time, and one day it did not boot anymore, I tried reinstalling the system, recovering from Time Machine, pulling it out and reinstalling OS X on it through a USB case, all to no success. I

I
checked the SmartStatus with DriveDx (through another computer) and it had a huge count of UDMA Errors. I replaced the drive with a HDD and it worked, so I thought that maybe the SSD's controller went kaput (sent it back to the manufacturer, did not receive any news yet). I bought another SSD (brand new) put it in the MacBook, installed the system and as soon as I booted, started having freezing beach balls all the time. I ran BlackMagic Disk Speed Test and Read/Writes were around 120MB/s, way below what was expected. Put

Put
the old HDD back, the computer worked OK, so I thought it was the cable that was damaged, not supporting higher speeds (strange thing is that the old SSD would not install or copy anything onto it). Ordered

Ordered
a new cable, put it in, and here is where things get messy. With the HDD, no problem whatsoever. With the SSD, BlackMagic runs at 480MB/s (expected), but after some time, It starts freezing, I/O error counts sky rocket and if I shut it down and restart, I either get the question mark or the prohibit sign. If I wait long enough, it boots, so it seems that the problem is temperature related. Any

Any
clues? Do I still have a faulty cable? Any help or insight is welcome.

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: fernandodeschamps ,

Titel:

Problems with SSD after replacing cable

Text:

I had a SSD in my MacBook Pro 13'' mid 2012 working for some time, and one day it did not boot anymore, I tried reinstalling the system, recovering from Time Machine, pulling it out and reinstalling OS X on it through a USB case, all to no success. I checked the SmartStatus with DriveDx (through another computer) and it had a huge count of UDMA Errors. I replaced the drive with a HDD and it worked, so I thought that maybe the SSD's controller went kaput (sent it back to the manufacturer, did not receive any news yet). I bought another SSD (brand new) put it in the MacBook, installed the system and as soon as I booted, started having freezing beach balls all the time. I ran BlackMagic Disk Speed Test and Read/Writes were around 120MB/s, way below what was expected. Put the old HDD back, the computer worked OK, so I thought it was the cable that was damaged, not supporting higher speeds (strange thing is that the old SSD would not install or copy anything onto it). Ordered a new cable, put it in, and here is where things get messy. With the HDD, no problem whatsoever. With the SSD, BlackMagic runs at 480MB/s (expected), but after some time, It starts freezing, I/O error counts sky rocket and if I shut it down and restart, I either get the question mark or the prohibit sign. If I wait long enough, it boots, so it seems that the problem is temperature related. Any clues? Do I still have a faulty cable? Any help or insight is welcome.

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2012

Status:

open