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Versão atual de: Dan (detalhes da votação) ,

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Hi there,
I had the same problem and i think i have found a simple workaround for this problem.
Probably a little late, sorry about that …
I have tested it a number of times on my imac 9.1 and keep getting the same results. I booted my imac (press "opt" key), with a bootable Linux (mint 19) Live USB and found out that the link speed of my Samsung SSD was the full 3 gigabit.
Then I made the HFS + 1mb smaller with the linux disk program "Gparted" and then closed linux.
Then restart the Mac with macOS and voila the 3 gigabit is now available. (See screenshots)
The system will then function smoothly.
However, during disk check, macOS indicates a minor error on the disk. I suspect linux writes a value in the partition table which macOS interprets as an error.
I have not investigated this further yet.
-When you fix the "error" in macOS in recovery mode, the link speed becomes 1.5 gigabites again. I admit, the workaround is somewhat unorthodox but I didn't want to keep it from you.
+When you fix the "error" in macOS in recovery mode, the link speed becomes 1.5 gigabites again.
+
+I admit, the workaround is somewhat unorthodox but I didn't want to keep it from you.
Everything works fine so far.
More research may be needed to find out exactly what is going on.
Pls try free and let me know
Testsystem: Imac 9.1 with DosDude MacOS Mojave.
SSD Samsung 860 EVO 250 GB

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Editado por: Jan Hof ,

Texto:

Hi there,
I had the same problem and i think i have found a simple workaround for this problem.
Probably a little late, sorry about that …
I have tested it a number of times on my imac 9.1 and keep getting the same results. I booted my imac (press "opt" key), with a bootable Linux (mint 19) Live USB and found out that the link speed of my Samsung SSD was the full 3 gigabit.
Then I made the HFS + 1mb smaller with the linux disk program "Gparted" and then closed linux.
Then restart the Mac with macOS and voila the 3 gigabit is now available. (See screenshots)
The system will then function smoothly.
However, during disk check, macOS indicates a minor error on the disk. I suspect linux writes a value in the partition table which macOS interprets as an error.
I have not investigated this further yet.
-When you fix the "error" in macOS in recovery mode, the link speed becomes 1.5 gigabites again.
-
-I admit, the workaround is somewhat unorthodox but I didn't want to keep it from you.
+When you fix the "error" in macOS in recovery mode, the link speed becomes 1.5 gigabites again. I admit, the workaround is somewhat unorthodox but I didn't want to keep it from you.
Everything works fine so far.
More research may be needed to find out exactly what is going on.
Pls try free and let me know
Testsystem: Imac 9.1 with DosDude MacOS Mojave.
SSD Samsung 860 EVO 250 GB

Status:

-open
+deleted

Editado por: Jan Hof ,

Texto:

Hi there,
I had the same problem and i think i have found a simple workaround for this problem.
Probably a little late, sorry about that …
I have tested it a number of times on my imac 9.1 and keep getting the same results. I booted my imac (press "opt" key), with a bootable Linux (mint 19) Live USB and found out that the link speed of my Samsung SSD was the full 3 gigabit.
Then I made the HFS + 1mb smaller with the linux disk program "Gparted" and then closed linux.
Then restart the Mac with macOS and voila the 3 gigabit is now available. (See screenshots)
The system will then function smoothly.
However, during disk check, macOS indicates a minor error on the disk. I suspect linux writes a value in the partition table which macOS interprets as an error.
I have not investigated this further yet.
-When you fix the "error" in macOS in recovery mode, the link speed becomes 1.5 gigabites again. I admit, the workaround is somewhat unorthodox but I didn't want to keep it from you.
+When you fix the "error" in macOS in recovery mode, the link speed becomes 1.5 gigabites again.
+
+I admit, the workaround is somewhat unorthodox but I didn't want to keep it from you.
Everything works fine so far.
More research may be needed to find out exactly what is going on.
Pls try free and let me know
Testsystem: Imac 9.1 with DosDude MacOS Mojave.
SSD Samsung 860 EVO 250 GB

Status:

open

Editado por: Jan Hof ,

Texto:

Hi there,
I had the same problem and i think i have found a simple workaround for this problem.
Probably a little late, sorry about that …
I have tested it a number of times on my imac 9.1 and keep getting the same results. I booted my imac (press "opt" key), with a bootable Linux (mint 19) Live USB and found out that the link speed of my Samsung SSD was the full 3 gigabit.
Then I made the HFS + 1mb smaller with the linux disk program "Gparted" and then closed linux.
Then restart the Mac with macOS and voila the 3 gigabit is now available. (See screenshots)
The system will then function smoothly.
However, during disk check, macOS indicates a minor error on the disk. I suspect linux writes a value in the partition table which macOS interprets as an error.
I have not investigated this further yet.
-When you fix the "error" in macOS in recovery mode, the link speed becomes 1.5 gigabytes again. I admit, the workaround is somewhat unorthodox but I didn't want to keep it from you.
+When you fix the "error" in macOS in recovery mode, the link speed becomes 1.5 gigabites again. I admit, the workaround is somewhat unorthodox but I didn't want to keep it from you.
Everything works fine so far.
More research may be needed to find out exactly what is going on.
Pls try free and let me know
Testsystem: Imac 9.1 with DosDude MacOS Mojave.
SSD Samsung 860 EVO 250 GB

Status:

open

Editado por: Dan ,

Texto:

Hi there,
I had the same problem and i think i have found a simple workaround for this problem.
-Probably a little late, sorry about that
+Probably a little late, sorry about that
-I have tested it a number of times on my imac 9.1 and keep getting the same results.
-
-I booted my imac (press "opt" key), with a bootable Linux (mint 19) Live USB and found out that the link speed of my Samsung SSD was the full 3 gigabit.
+I have tested it a number of times on my imac 9.1 and keep getting the same results. I booted my imac (press "opt" key), with a bootable Linux (mint 19) Live USB and found out that the link speed of my Samsung SSD was the full 3 gigabit.
Then I made the HFS + 1mb smaller with the linux disk program "Gparted" and then closed linux.
Then restart the Mac with macOS and voila the 3 gigabit is now available. (See screenshots)
The system will then function smoothly.
-However, during disk check, macOS indicates a minor error on the disk.
-
-I suspect linux writes a value in the partition table which macOS interprets as an error.
+However, during disk check, macOS indicates a minor error on the disk. I suspect linux writes a value in the partition table which macOS interprets as an error.
I have not investigated this further yet.
-When you fix the "error" in macOS in recovery mode, the link speed becomes 1.5 gigabytes again.
-
-I admit, the workaround is somewhat unorthodox but I didn't want to keep it from you.
+When you fix the "error" in macOS in recovery mode, the link speed becomes 1.5 gigabytes again. I admit, the workaround is somewhat unorthodox but I didn't want to keep it from you.
Everything works fine so far.
More research may be needed to find out exactly what is going on.
-Pls try free and let me know[br]
+Pls try free and let me know
Testsystem: Imac 9.1 with DosDude MacOS Mojave.
SSD Samsung 860 EVO 250 GB

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Jan Hof ,

Texto:

Hi there,

I had the same problem and i think i have found a simple workaround for this problem.

Probably a little late, sorry about that

I have tested it a number of times on my imac 9.1 and keep getting the same results.

I booted my imac (press "opt" key), with a bootable Linux (mint 19) Live USB and found out that the link speed of my Samsung SSD was the full 3 gigabit.

Then I made the HFS + 1mb smaller with the linux disk program "Gparted" and then closed linux.

Then restart the Mac with macOS and voila the 3 gigabit is now available. (See screenshots)

The system will then function smoothly.

However, during disk check, macOS indicates a minor error on the disk.

I suspect linux writes a value in the partition table which macOS interprets as an error.

I have not investigated this further yet.

When you fix the "error" in macOS in recovery mode, the link speed becomes 1.5 gigabytes again.

I admit, the workaround is somewhat unorthodox but I didn't want to keep it from you.

Everything works fine so far.

More research may be needed to find out exactly what is going on.

Pls try free and let me know[br]

Testsystem: Imac 9.1 with DosDude MacOS Mojave.

SSD Samsung 860 EVO 250 GB

Status:

open