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Version actuelle par : smutjehannes ,

Titre:

SSD in optical bay recognition problem

Texte:

Hey there,

I put a SanDisk SDSSDHP256G in the optical bay SATA hard drive enclosue in my late 2011 MBP.

(1) On start up there is a error massage that the drive couldn't be initialized. So in the disk utility I format the SSD to journaled (extended) and when I restart, the same problem occurs and the SSD is unformatted again.

(2) When I use the Partition Tab and apply one partition, after a restart the SSD isn't being recognized and even won't show up in the Disk Utility!

With a SMC + a PRAM/NVNRAM reset the SSD will be in state (1) again.

Any help or suggestions?

I run Mountain Lion with the latest updates.

P.S. I put the same SSD model into an early 2008 MacBook and that just works fine.

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MacBook Pro 17" Unibody

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Modifié par : smutjehannes ,

Titre:

SSD in optical bay recognition problem

Texte:

Hey there,

I put a SanDisk SDSSDHP256G in the optical bay SATA hard drive enclosue in my late 2011 MBP.

(1) On start up there is a error massage that the drive couldn't be initialized. So in the disk utility I format the SSD to journaled (extended) and when I restart, the same problem occurs and the SSD is unformatted again.

(2) When I use the Partition Tab and apply one partition, after a restart the SSD isn't being recognized and even won't show up in the Disk Utility!

With a SMC + a PRAM/NVNRAM reset the SSD will be in state (1) again.

Any help or suggestions?

I run Mountain Lion with the latest updates.

P.S. I put the same SSD model into an early 2008 MacBook and that just works fine.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 17" Unibody

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

147296

Modifié par : smutjehannes ,

Titre:

SSD in optical bay recognition problem

Texte:

Hey there,

I put a SanDisk SDSSDHP256G in the optical bay SATA hard drive enclosue in my late 2011 MBP.

(1) On start up there is a error massage that the drive couldn't be initialized. So in the disk utility I format the SSD to journaled (extended) and when I restart, the same problem occurs and the SSD is unformatted again.

(2) When I use the Partition Tab and apply one partition, after a restart the SSD isn't being recognized and even won't show up in the Disk Utility!

With a SMC + a PRAM/NVNRAM reset the SSD will be in state (1) again.

Any help or suggestions?

I run Mountain Lion with the latest updates.

P.S. I put the same SSD model into an early 2008 MacBook and that just works fine.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 17" Unibody

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

147296

Modifié par : originalmachead ,

Titre:

SSD in optical bay recognition problem

Texte:

Hey there,

I put a SanDisk SDSSDHP256G in the optical bay SATA hard drive enclosue in my late 2011 MBP.

(1) On start up there is a error massage that the drive couldn't be initialized. So in the disk utility I format the SSD to journaled (extended) and when I restart, the same problem occurs and the SSD is unformatted again.

(2) When I use the Partition Tab and apply one partition, after a restart the SSD isn't being recognized and even won't show up in the Disk Utility!

With a SMC + a PRAM/NVNRAM reset the SSD will be in state (1) again.

Any help or suggestions?

I run Mountain Lion with the latest updates.

P.S. I put the same SSD model into an early 2008 MacBook and that just works fine.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 17" Unibody

Statut:

open

Modifié par : originalmachead ,

Titre:

SSD in optical bay recognition problem

Texte:

Hey there,

I put a SanDisk SDSSDHP256G in the optical bay SATA hard drive enclosue in my late 2011 MBP.

(1) On start up there is a error massage that the drive couldn't be initialized. So in the disk utility I format the SSD to journaled (extended) and when I restart, the same problem occurs and the SSD is unformatted again.

(2) When I use the Partition Tab and apply one partition, after a restart the SSD isn't being recognized and even won't show up in the Disk Utility!

With a SMC + a PRAM/NVNRAM reset the SSD will be in state (1) again.

Any help or suggestions?

I run Mountain Lion with the latest updates.

P.S. I put the same SSD model into an early 2008 MacBook and that just works fine.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 17" Unibody

Statut:

open

Contribution d'origine par : smutjehannes ,

Titre:

SSD in optical bay recognition problem

Texte:

Hey there,

I put a SanDisk SDSSDHP256G in the optical bay SATA hard drive enclosue in my late 2011 MBP.

(1) On start up there is a error massage that the drive couldn't be initialized. So in the disk utility I format the SSD to journaled (extended) and when I restart, the same problem occurs and the SSD is unformatted again.

(2) When I use the Partition Tab and apply one partition, after a restart the SSD isn't being recognized and even won't show up in the Disk Utility!

With a SMC + a PRAM/NVNRAM reset the SSD will be in state (1) again.

Any help or suggestions?

I run Mountain Lion with the latest updates.

P.S. I put the same SSD model into an early 2008 MacBook and that just works fine.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 17" Unibody

Statut:

open