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You could be facing two issues here:
The easiest fix to start with is replacing the SATA cable as it could be bad or was not rated for SATA III (6.0 Gb/s) drives.
The second issue here is the Platform Controller Hub chip which is where the systems SATA ports logic is located can have an issue handling SATA III drives (like this HD or your SSD) in the upper location (were the optical drive would have been).
-It appears the speed multiplier logic is not clean on the higher clocked i5 & i7 CPU's used in this series. So the second SATA port can't support a SATA III drive. We've see this this in the MacBook Pro's which use the same Intel 7 Series Chipset (Platform Controller Hub logic). So a SATA III drive just won't work reliably. You's see constant retries (slow reads & writes) to the drive like you have noted.
+It appears the speed multiplier logic is not clean on the higher clocked i5 & i7 CPU's used in this series. So the second SATA port can't support a SATA III drive. We've see this in the MacBook Pro's which use the same Intel 7 Series Chipset (Platform Controller Hub logic). So a SATA III drive just won't work reliably. You's see constant retries (slow reads & writes) to the drive like you have noted.
Part of the problem here is the SATA port signaling can be confusing to SSD's or HD's that have auto sense so they won't work correctly either! You need a fixed SATA II drive so this is were we are stuck!
Finding a fixed SSD is almost imposable these days. So thats out. You can still find fixed HD's with fixed SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) speed. Which is what I would put in at this point.

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Отредактировано: Dan ,

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You could be facing two issues here:
The easiest fix to start with is replacing the SATA cable as it could be bad or was not rated for SATA III (6.0 Gb/s) drives.
-The second issues is the Platform Controller Hub chip which is where the systems SATA ports logic is located can have an issue handling SATA III drives (like this HD or your SSD) in the upper location (were the optical drive would have been).
+The second issue here is the Platform Controller Hub chip which is where the systems SATA ports logic is located can have an issue handling SATA III drives (like this HD or your SSD) in the upper location (were the optical drive would have been).
It appears the speed multiplier logic is not clean on the higher clocked i5 & i7 CPU's used in this series. So the second SATA port can't support a SATA III drive. We've see this this in the MacBook Pro's which use the same Intel 7 Series Chipset (Platform Controller Hub logic). So a SATA III drive just won't work reliably. You's see constant retries (slow reads & writes) to the drive like you have noted.
Part of the problem here is the SATA port signaling can be confusing to SSD's or HD's that have auto sense so they won't work correctly either! You need a fixed SATA II drive so this is were we are stuck!
Finding a fixed SSD is almost imposable these days. So thats out. You can still find fixed HD's with fixed SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) speed. Which is what I would put in at this point.

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Оригинальный сообщение: Dan ,

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You could be facing two issues here:

The easiest fix to start with is replacing the SATA cable as it could be bad or was not rated for SATA III (6.0 Gb/s) drives.

The second issues is the Platform Controller Hub chip which is where the systems SATA ports logic is located can have an issue handling SATA III drives (like this HD or your SSD) in the upper location (were the optical drive would have been).

It appears the speed multiplier logic is not clean on the higher clocked i5 & i7 CPU's used in this series. So the second SATA port can't support a SATA III drive. We've see this this in the MacBook Pro's which use the same Intel 7 Series Chipset (Platform Controller Hub logic). So a SATA III drive just won't work reliably. You's see constant retries (slow reads & writes) to the drive like you have noted.

Part of the problem here is the SATA port signaling can be confusing to SSD's or HD's that have auto sense so they won't work correctly either! You need a fixed SATA II drive so this is were we are stuck!

Finding a fixed SSD is almost imposable these days. So thats out. You can still find fixed HD's with fixed SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) speed. Which is what I would put in at this point.

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