04-18-2017 12:54 PM
I'm using a MacBook Pro 13 pouces Mid 2012, OSX 10.11.6 El Captain with an SSD Sandisk Extreme Pro 480Go bought new 3 years ago.
I'm having problems with it and my macbook crashes randomly.
I did two different tests: one with the ASD 3S150 by Apple and one with TechTool Pro 9.
Both concludes that I have a SMART issue on my SSD. (you can see the results in the attached files).
So what should I do ? Why do I have this problem ? Someone recommand me to fix it with diskwarrior.
Many thanks in advance for your help and time.
06-22-2017 12:31 PM
the programs you used to check smart may not work well with SSD. once shows wrong drive type and the other shows errors for bad sectors which is not necessarily a indication of a failure with an ssd.
in disk utility you can run a smart check. if that passes the issue is not likely a hardware issue with the ssd.
if you can place the ssd in a windows computer you can use the sandisk ssd dashboard to check the drive health and smart status.