1 Reply Latest reply: Feb 21, 2013 2:35 PM by Linc Davis
mazsi1911 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

Hello,

 

I'll try to provide all the neccessary information about my problem.

 

Basically my MacBook Pro frozes down if I leave it on during the night, I have got a corner turned on so when i hover my mouse there it turns off the screen, if i move it again it turns on. Its good because I often leave my mac on and going to shop etc. But more often I would leave it on during the nighttime to download.

 

It never freezees if im using it, only it does sometimes when I put it in sleep then turn it back on, but its really rare. The main problem is whenever I leave it on it just freezees when I wake up. The mouse is able to move, but on the screen nothing does.

 

I have an SSD+HDD config where the whole SSD stands for System+apps and the HDD stands for /home .

 

The SSD is fairly new and its tested, its an OCZ Vector.

The HDD is the same, 750GB Hitachi 7200RPM.

 

I think something with the window server is wrong, the Volumes/Volume_1 stands for a NAS in LAN.

 

I am already looked in console and found this(which i doesnt sure about the meaning thats why i am asking here):

 

2013.02.20. 21:58:55,731 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:55,731 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:55,732 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:55,732 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:55,732 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:55,733 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:55,733 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:55,733 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:55,756 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:55,756 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:55,756 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,320 WindowServer[115]: CGXRegisterWindowWithSystemStatusBar: window 11 already registered

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,576 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,576 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,576 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,803 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,803 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,803 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,918 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,918 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,918 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,932 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,932 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,932 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,966 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,966 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:57,966 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:58,347 AddressBookSourceSync[33870]: -[ABAddressBook save] failed. (<ABAddressBook: 0x7ff8f122a440>)

2013.02.20. 21:58:58,347 AddressBookSourceSync[33870]: [CardDAVPlugin-ERROR] -doSyncWithServer: [syncAddressBook(<ABAddressBook: 0x7ff8f122a440>)saveAndTriggerSync:NO updateModificationDate:nil] FAILED

2013.02.20. 21:58:58,495 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:58,495 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 21:58:58,495 com.apple.qtkitserver[33878]: Failed to get user access for mount /Volumes/Volume_1

2013.02.20. 22:01:21,745 mds[87]: (Normal) DiskStore: Disk store AC wakeup

2013.02.20. 22:01:26,746 WindowServer[115]: post_notification : Time out waiting for reply from "mplayer" for notification type 102 (CID 0x18f9f, PID 33885)

2013.02.20. 22:01:26,754 WindowServer[115]: Created shield window 0x17b for display 0x04273400

2013.02.20. 22:01:26,754 WindowServer[115]: device_generate_desktop_screenshot: authw 0x0(0), shield 0x0(0)

2013.02.20. 22:01:26,776 WindowServer[115]: device_generate_lock_screen_screenshot: authw 0x0(0), shield 0x0(0)

 

Diskutil list:

 

macbook-pro:~ mazsi1911$ diskutil list

/dev/disk0

   #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER

   0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *128.0 GB   disk0

   1:                        EFI                         209.7 MB   disk0s1

   2:                  Apple_HFS Macintosh HD            127.0 GB   disk0s2

   3:                 Apple_Boot Recovery HD             784.2 MB   disk0s3

/dev/disk1

   #:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER

   0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *750.2 GB   disk1

   1:                        EFI                         209.7 MB   disk1s1

   2:                  Apple_HFS Adat                    545.0 GB   disk1s2

   3:       Microsoft Basic Data BOOTCAMP                200.8 GB   disk1s3


MacBook Pro (17-inch Late 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.4)
  • 1. Re: OSX Froze during night
    Linc Davis Level 10 Level 10 (118,085 points)

    There are many reports of such problems with OCZ SSD's. I suggest you copy your boot volume to an external hard drive, boot from it, and test. If the freezing stops, you can be fairly sure the SSD is causing it.