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572 Views 22 Replies Latest reply: Jan 23, 2013 6:05 PM by ~Bee RSS
  • SwankPeRFection Level 4 Level 4 (1,435 points)
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    Jan 20, 2013 7:34 PM (in response to qw01)

    If the disk utility is unable to fix the disk, then your SSD has gone bad.  This can happen with newer SSD's.  They aren't as roubust as traditional drives for now.  SSD's are either rock solid or troublesome within the first 6-8 months of use.


    Call AppleCare and get them to fix it.  It'll take sending or taking into an Apple Store or maybe just maybe they might send out another unit have you send that one back.

  • ~Bee Level 7 Level 7 (30,565 points)
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    Jan 21, 2013 4:14 AM (in response to qw01)

    You're welcome, qw --


    I wish we had better news . . .

    Let us know how you make out there, OK?

  • ~Bee Level 7 Level 7 (30,565 points)
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    Jan 23, 2013 6:05 PM (in response to qw01)

    qw --


    I'm so glad you took it in . . . you would have spent days trying to deal with, to no avail.  When you get it all set up and working great, do make the first of regular back-ups, eh?


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