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Hello, guys!

 

I just bought a new SSD, a Kingston SA400S37240G and it's (apparently) working as expected...

 

As I was making "clean" installations of all OSs I use and, macOS were the only installed OS when I plugged it, the fact that HWMonitor showed me a warning about its SMART status caught my attention but, as I just started to use VirtualSMC and, I thought that it may be some other issue...

 

 

 


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But, after finish, I noticed some ACPI errors at Linux boot...

 

 

 


 dmesg_Linux.thumb.png.0e856c8987909085e379bff223894064.png
 

 

 

Then, I looked back to macOS and surprisingly, I found a less detailed trace of the same error...

 

 

 


2018-09-15 23:03:47.711538-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) SSDT 0x00000000DD624000 00036D (v01 SataRe SataTabl 00001000 INTL 20091112)

2018-09-15 23:03:47.711539-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) SSDT 0x00000000DD624000 00036D (v01 SataRe SataTabl 00001000 INTL 20091112)

2018-09-15 23:03:47.736824-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) ACPI Error:

2018-09-15 23:03:47.736826-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) ACPI Error:

2018-09-15 23:03:47.736832-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) Namespace lookup failure, AE_ALREADY_EXISTS

2018-09-15 23:03:47.736833-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) Namespace lookup failure, AE_ALREADY_EXISTS

2018-09-15 23:03:47.736839-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) ACPI Exception: AE_ALREADY_EXISTS,

2018-09-15 23:03:47.736840-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) ACPI Exception: AE_ALREADY_EXISTS,

2018-09-15 23:03:47.736842-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) During name lookup/catalog

2018-09-15 23:03:47.736842-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) During name lookup/catalog

2018-09-15 23:03:47.736872-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) ACPI Exception: AE_ALREADY_EXISTS,

2018-09-15 23:03:47.736873-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) ACPI Exception: AE_ALREADY_EXISTS,

2018-09-15 23:03:47.737322-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) ACPI Error:

2018-09-15 23:03:47.737323-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) ACPI Error:

2018-09-15 23:03:47.737325-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) 1 table load failures, 5 successful

2018-09-15 23:03:47.737326-0300 0x71 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (AppleACPIPlatform) 1 table load failures, 5 successful

 

 
 

 

[EDIT]

 

Windows has issues too...

 



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[EDIT]

 

They are related to "Method (_GTF, 0, NotSerialized)"  and, looking at ACPI specs, apparently it's properly applied at the SSDT... > SSDT1.dsl.zip 

 

My question is, where I have an issue?

 

SMART information isn't clear at Linux, Windows or macOS...

 

 

 


SMART_Linux.png.df10e90953f8f4cbb55d6ae7bffa1e9d.png

 

SMART_Windows.thumb.PNG.b3a9a883d4bd174bfe1c17eaad1acade.PNG
 

 

 

At CrystalDiskInfo I have the more "friendly" info, and also, it shows SATA ACS-3 Revision 4 standard, my old SSD, from where I can get detailed SMART information, is from Revision 3...

 

Sensors are crazy at Linux too...

 

 

 


sensors_linux.png.e00f25325bdc8e8361f868a4613c5235.png
 

 

 

So, I bought a damaged SSD or this is only a malformed information due to a lack of firmware capabilities by using a relative new hardware into an old one, that doesn't fit the new ACPI specs and, because of this, its data cannot be collected?

 

Or this is only a OEM feature, meaning that this hardware was made in some way that the data really can't be read?

 

Thanks!

 

Edited by kyndder
Added AIDA64 report...
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