It’s frustrating but is just how it is. Enterprise Software Windows 10 Nvidia mcp79 ahci Update: My guess is that since iMac HDD is not officially user replaceable, they never bothered to provide firmware update to make the Nvidia chipset compatible with SSD’s. Posted on Jan 21, 7: Originally Posted by Mattalones I think you’re mistaken for three reasons: One goes to the optical drive, the other goes to the SSD. Email Required, but never shown.
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Ncp79 times are GMT Mike Sombrio Mike Sombrio. Since your drive is already in, and opening iMac is a pain just to unplug SATA cable for 8 hourshere is a simpler solution: No Partition Map Type: The time now is Jan 22, 7: Apple Watch Speciality level out of ten: All replies Drop Down menu.
Last edited by hinrek; at So thats good i suppose. This is what my system profiler says about the SATA controller: Oct 15, 1: Enterprise Software Recruitment site Indeed uses mock ahic tests to take on tech giants.
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Have you tried shutdown, Remove the battery for 30 seconds, after 30 seconds put it back in and turn it on? Is there anything else i can try?
Originally Posted by wodon I am having the same problem as the others here and have not zhci able to rectify it. Your comment is not helpful and quite misguided. Find all posts by Mattalones.
User profile for user: I think that is the real bottleneck. There is nothing to say the drives are incompatible with Macs and Corsair have made no attempt to comment zhci a prolific problem amongst it’s customers.
Find all posts by ckunkle. There are two independent SATA channels available.
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Jan 21, 8: That is meant specifically for this SATA issue. I then put on a fresh install of OSX Lion.
Originally Posted by linssen I’ve spoken directly to both Apple and Corsair about the problem and both say the other is to blame. Apple however put the case forward that the same issue ahvi fixed by firmware patches by competitor drives.
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It is not the drive. All times are GMT Have you enabled TRIM?