Salta al contenuto principale

Aggiusta la tua roba

Diritto alla Riparazione

Componenti & Strumenti

Aiuto

Versione corrente di: Dan ,

Testo:

There are a few things I would do here. Make sure the HD bay drive is your faster drive and you likely need to replace the HD SATA cable as they tend to breakdown.
 
Remember your system will leverage the drive fromfor virtual RAM which can mis-lead you into thinking you have a RAM error when in fact the virtual RAM (page file) is corrupted. This is where you’ll need to fully wipe the drive and re-install the OS & apps!
Remember your system will leverage the drive fromfor virtual RAM which can mis-lead you into thinking you have a RAM error when in fact the virtual RAM (page file) is corrupted. This is where you’ll need to fully wipe the drive and re-install the OS & apps!
 
You may need to look at the SSD ingusing the vendors tools to see what its health looks like you might have some bad blocks that need to be mapped out.
You may need to look at the SSD ingusing the vendors tools to see what its health looks like you might have some bad blocks that need to be mapped out.
 
I often find artist which use Mac’s have more of a problem with bad blocks on SSD’s as the way they use their systems tends to cause a lot of data churn while a HD can handle that quite well SSD’s not so much! This is due to their design. Don’t get me wrong! I love SSD’s, its how we abuse them thats the issue!
 
In your case I’m thinking you maybe hitting a wear issue on the primary SSD (your boot drive). You might want to look at getting a new SSD and maybe one thats better suited for heavy data churning I/O like the Samsung Pro series. You don’t need something huge but you want something that can support all your OS, Apps and the virtual RAM (paging). I have a 500 GB drive in my iMac.
In your case I’m thinking you maybe hitting a wear issue on the primary SSD (your boot drive). You might want to look at getting a new SSD and maybe one thats better suited for heavy data churning I/O like the Samsung Pro series. You don’t need something huge but you want something that can support all your OS, Apps and the virtual RAM (paging). I have a 500 GB drive in my iMac.
 
Lastly, you may want to clean your heat sink and apply a fresh coat of thermal paste so your chips run cooler.

Stato:

open

Post originale di: Dan ,

Testo:

There are a few things I would do here. Make sure the HD bay drive is your faster drive and you likely need to replace the HD SATA cable as they tend to breakdown.

Remember your system will leverage the drive from virtual RAM which can mis-lead you into thinking you have a RAM error when in fact the virtual RAM (page file) is corrupted. This is where you’ll need to fully wipe the drive and re-install the OS & apps!

You may need to look at the SSD ing the vendors tools to see what its health looks like you might have some bad blocks that need to be mapped out.

I often find artist which use Mac’s have more of a problem with bad blocks on SSD’s as the way they use their systems tends to cause a lot of data churn while a HD can handle that quite well SSD’s not so much! This is due to their design. Don’t get me wrong! I love SSD’s, its how we abuse them thats the issue!

In your case I’m thinking you maybe hitting a wear issue on the primary SSD (your boot drive). You might want to look at getting a new SSD and maybe one thats better suited for heavy data churning I/O like the Samsung Pro series. You don’t need something huge but you want something that can support all your OS, Apps and the virtual RAM (paging).

Lastly, you may want to clean your heat sink and apply a fresh coat of thermal paste so your chips run cooler.

Stato:

open