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There was an error while scanning for Serial-ATA-devices

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Hey Guys,

i just rebuild my Hackintosh on El Capitan PB5 with Clover 3259. The System is based on an Asus H97 Board with a Intel E3-1231v3 Processor and a Nvidia GTX 960. Everything is fine and the system is stable but a have one "special" thing... ;)

Under the Systemreport (i discovered the "problem" while looking to validate trim support) in the subtree "SATA/SATA Express" i got the information "There was an error while scanning for Serial-ATA-devices" instead of the SATA hierarchy. System works fine and diskutil list reports all devices.

Systemreport.pngHDDs.png

Anyone a clue?

Thanks / Best Regards
Joe
 
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No one a clue?
 
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I am having the same issue. Just updated to El Capitan Release and can't see Sata devices in system profiler. I just want to see if TRIM is enabled.
 
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Well i think i found the cause to this. I removed the DVD Drive from the Sata Port and Information was shown again. Guess Apple is tying OSX more to it's actual Hardware since i am running macmini6,2 smbios and that has got no internal DVD.
 
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I removed the DVD Drive from the Sata Port and Information was shown again. Guess Apple is tying OSX more to it's actual Hardware since i am running macmini6,2 smbios and that has got no internal DVD.
Thanks for the tip, got the same issue. My configuration is iMac 14,1 and I have a dvd drive too, disabling it in bios fixed the System Information. However, I can't enable TRIM for my Samsung 840 Pro. Tried `sudo trimforce enable`, latest TRIM enable - no results.
 
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Well i think i found the cause to this. I removed the DVD Drive from the Sata Port and Information was shown again. Guess Apple is tying OSX more to it's actual Hardware since i am running macmini6,2 smbios and that has got no internal DVD.
Same as me. I removed the DVD-Drive and all SATA Information is shown. (Including enabled TRIM)
But I like to use my DVD-Drive. What can I do?
 
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I have a motherboard P6X58D premium, if I enable in the bios the DVD sata player
connected on sata2 port, doesn't start the boot with pendrive unibeast 6.0 el capitan and black screen,
if instead I disable the dvd in the bios everything works perfectly.
Any suggestions



Here is my config.plist
 

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