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    << Solved >> Working system suddenly reboots immediately after login

    It was the graphics card. I had to replace it.:cry: It also crashed when booting into Windows.
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    << Solved >> Working system suddenly reboots immediately after login

    Hi there, my system was working well for over a year or so. Since a few days it reboots immediately after login, at maybe four of five startups. I can see the desktop for 0.5 second, and then it goes black and reboots. In the cases where it doesn't reboot, it runs flawlessly. I tried -f boot...
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    SanDisk SSD: no such device. Failed to issue COM RESET successfully after 3 attempts

    You wont believe it :banghead: It was the f.. power cable. That's why it always worked fine in the docking station. And swapping SATA cable didn't help. My theory is that it had enough power for reading. But writing obviously needs more power and then the voltage went too low.
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    SanDisk SSD: no such device. Failed to issue COM RESET successfully after 3 attempts

    Good to know! Thanks. It's the system drive with a lot of software. The good thing is that I still can read from it. After swapping cable it couldn't even boot anymore. Then again I put it in the docking station and it works flawlessly. I wonder if this is a mechanical problem. Maybe the plug...
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    SanDisk SSD: no such device. Failed to issue COM RESET successfully after 3 attempts

    Thanks for your reply. It's quite an old model, it's just called "Solid State Drive. The model number is SDSSDP128G. I tried different ports, but actually I'm not sure if I swapped the cable before the problems started. So I'll try this again. I have a Z97 chipset so I'm not using any special...
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    SanDisk SSD: no such device. Failed to issue COM RESET successfully after 3 attempts

    I have an update: I put the disk in a docking station and connected it through eSATA. Like that the error disappeared. I did a file system repair and a access rights repair... I also did a disk benchmark with good results... But as soon as it's connected as internal drive, the issues are there...
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    SanDisk SSD: no such device. Failed to issue COM RESET successfully after 3 attempts

    My system drive which is a "SanDisk Solid State" model started to disappear all of a sudden. It boots fine, the system seems stable. I can browse the web, watch utube... But after a while things start to get unresponsive. I found out that I can speed up the freezing by writing large files, i.e...
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    HP Elite 8100 - crossed circle on installation

    Same issue here... Did you find a solution? I think it's more related to USB / booting from USB. When you google for the line "waiting on ioproviderclass ioresources" you will find some hints. One solution could be to install from a SATA drive instead of a USB stick. Edit: This thread could...
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    File System randomly corrupted after Shutdown (Catalog)

    There are messages about still valid PIDs and stray processes in the end, which have to be killed with -SIGTERM... Could this be the source of the issue? This time, the root file system was not corrupted. But I think that the shutdown process looks similar each time. I will take a photo each...
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    File System randomly corrupted after Shutdown (Catalog)

    Hi guys Any idea how to debug this issue? It is really running very stable, except of this file system corruption thing. When I boot with -v option, I see this as last lines on shutting down, before power goes off: Could not unmount /home, /net Could this be the issue? Is there a way to...
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    File System randomly corrupted after Shutdown (Catalog)

    This is a board from Compaq, so I can not really say much about it. It's a LGA1156 board with Intel Q57 chipset. Thanks.
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    File System randomly corrupted after Shutdown (Catalog)

    Hi there, I managed to install 10.8.5 and I'm using it with Pro Tools (DAW) for quite a while now without any issues, except of this one: After maybe one of ten regular shutdowns (no panics) the system drive needs FS repair, which can not be handled by a simple fsck -fy. So I have to boot into...
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