I have a MacBook Pro late 2011 and I always had an OptiBay with a 750GB optical drive in it. Now I wanted to upgrade the HDD to a SSD because I don't need so much space, I prefer the SSD speed.
I plugged the new SSD into the main SSD connector to format it, because it wouldn't format when connected to the SuperDrive connector. This worked fine, after the format I put the new SSD back into the OptiBay and after starting up it recognized the disk as it is supposed to.
When i try to write data to the new SSD i get a -50 error.
The operation can't be completed because an unexcepted error occurred (error code -50).
Here is the information on the disk.
Name : KINGSTON SV300S37A120G Media Type : Disk Partition Map Scheme : GUID Partition Table Disk Identifier : disk1 Media Name : KINGSTON SV300S37A120G Media Media Type : Generic Connection Bus : SATA Device Tree : IODeviceTree:/PCI0@0/SATA@1F,2/PRT1@1/PMP@0 Writable : Yes Ejectable : No Location : Internal Solid State Disk : Yes Total Capacity : 120,03 GB (120.034.123.776 Bytes) Disk Number : 1 Partition Number : 0 S.M.A.R.T. Status : Verified
This is the partition info.
Disk Identifier : disk1s2 Mount Point : /Volumes/Data File System : Mac OS Extended (Journaled) Connection Bus : SATA Device Tree : IODeviceTree:/PCI0@0/SATA@1F,2/PRT1@1/PMP@0 Writable : Yes Universal Unique Identifier : 393464D1-1474-3BDE-952D-C48D9BAE3C95 Capacity : 119,69 GB (119.690.149.888 Bytes) Free Space : 119,47 GB (119.467.651.072 Bytes) Used : 222,5 MB (222.498.816 Bytes) Number of Files : 42 Number of Folders : 19 Owners Enabled : Yes Can Turn Owners Off : Yes Can Repair Permissions : No Can Be Verified : Yes Can Be Repaired : Yes Can Be Formatted : Yes Bootable : Yes Supports Journaling : Yes Journaled : Yes Disk Number : 1 Partition Number : 2
I hope someone is able to help me :D When more information is needed feel free to ask and I'll provide it.
Thanks in advance.