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...
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...
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...