I've upgraded my hackintosh from High Sierra to Catalina, so I could use my desktop to trim some mp4 video files, but some of them don't have the option even though I am able to trim them in my MacBook.
EDIT: MacBook Pro Mid 2010 running Mojave
This video can't be trimmed in the hackintosh...
I've had my hackintosh running for a few months now just fine, but it is starting to boot really slowly recently. I've looked and tried a few fixes, that shaved off about half of the loading time, but now Im stuck.
I've disabled TRIM added config.plist/Boot/Debug=false
I've finally installed macOS on my system by UniBeast 10.0 and all work fine (audio, wifi, ethernet etc) there's only 1 issue: I can't boot without the usb installer. Searched on the internet for a fix and I founded out that I need to copy my EFI Folder from the usb to the SSD, so I...
Hi, I am using Mojave on my Acer Laptop and Everything works fine.
I have noticed that Boot is a bit slow (30 seconds);
Booting in verboose mode with -v in clover, i have seen this text
spaceman_trim_free_blocks:3327 scan took 10.378140 s, trims took 10.074028
So this process took 10 seconds...
Recently, I installed my Mojave on to my Samsung 860 EVO 500Gb SSD.
I am running it without TRIM and wondering what to do.
In the forum, there are mixed views about this, I perceive. Some say that it is OK to keep SSD in non-TRIM mode in Mojave.
I think there is a 2x2 scenario combo...
I have just performed a clean install of Mojave and finished up with MultiBeast 10.4.0 and everything seems to be working fine. The guide didn't mention anything about enabling Trim afterwards?
I thought I read somewhere that Trim is no longer needed with APFS?
Do I need to enable Trim?
On my NUC I have both 10.13 and 10.14 Beta on two separate disks:
1. Mojave Beta 5 on Kingston SH103S3120G
2. High Sierra 10.13.5 on Crucial CT256M550SSD3
Both disks use APFS. My other hardware is presented in my profile.
Clover is on High Sierra disk. Both OSs are sharing exactly the same...
Hey all, just got my first SSD drive and an OWC MacPro Mount.
I tried a search but can't find an exact scenario to my question.
I will be using this 500GB drive as the future home for my Windows 10 Parallels VM image. So basically, just using this SSD as a data drive, and not a boot/system...
Maybe this has been covered in another topic, but I have not found an answer to my question yet...
I have installed Sierra on my Hackintosh onto an SSD. First thing I did after installing the OS was enabling trim support (using the Trimforce enable command). My question is: is it possible (and...
I have successfully installed Hackintosh using Unibeast on my configuration Gigabyte z87m-d3h + Core i54470K + NVIDIA GTX960. Version of OS is 10.12.2. In post-install I have configured Multibeast 9.0.1 but in Disk section there was no option to enable Trim. My SSD is Kingston SSDNow V300...
As said, I had success installing Sierra with Clover on my hackintosh. Everything works as supposed, USB 2 and 3, Nvidia GTX 980 Ti, mouse, keyboard, but the thing is: "sudo trim force enable" doesn't turn on my trim support, and TRIM ENABLER doesn't work either. Trim was Enable in Yosemite, so...
[HELP] SSD RAID TRIM problem.
Hi everyone, as you can see from my configuration i've installed 2x Sandisk x300 512GB SSD's, the old one i use for OSX is already configured to support trim, but the new RAID is still un-configured, how should i proceed?
Thanks in advance. :thumbup:
I was just wondering whether Trim should be enabled for SSD in my EI Capitan hackintosh installation. I read somewhere that Non-Apple TRIM Enabler is no longer needed. Apple has relented and put in a way to enable TRIM on Third-party drives. But I am worried about my SSD's reliability.
My board, a Z87X-OC, runs the alc892 sound codec on Mav 10.9.5.
However, after a recent bout of stupidity which required me to recover my main disk from a clone, I'm not having any luck in enabling TRIM without losing my sound.
Upon cloning back from the safety disk, sound works fine but...
Not sure if this is a bug or a feature.
I have installed El Capitan on a well established system. Was running Mavericks; reformatted SSD and clean installed El Capitan using latest Unibeast 6.1 and Multibeast 8.0
Everything seems to be working well so far Except: System Report - Hardware -...
I have enabled trim using clover using this info:
If you use Clover Configurator you can follow this steps:
go to Kernel and Kext Patches add a new row
in name put IOAHCIBlockStorage
in find hex put 004150504C452053534400
in replace hex put 0000000000000000000000
in comment you can...