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This is how I fixed this problem. It might help you but from what I've seen so far, even thought there are similar issues, the source of problems are different. I've ran sudo iosnoop -n quicklookd - it shown something like this: UID PID D BLOCK SIZE COMM PATHNAME 501 5656 W 56385320 32768 quicklookd ??/Quick ...


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I had the same issue with the Samsung SSD. The main issue appeared to be with spotlight indexing. After installing the SSD the drive would not index. If you click on the spotlight search does it show indexing with a progress bar and estimated time with no estimate? If so this answer will help fix your issue. I tried several fixes before I solved the issue. ...


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I had this issue recently, and I realized I had incorrectly reset the NVRAM. I simply went through the reset again, and all was well. It's fairly easy to do. You just need 6 fingers on each hand.. Here's the Apple site explaining how to perform the reset. Here are the salient points (but I urge you to read the article). On Mac notebooks with non-removable ...


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I would try using opensnoop to see what files quicklookd is looking at. There might be a particular files that it is either having trouble reading or writing to. While they are using excessive CPU, open a Terminal window and type the following command. You'll be prompted for your password. sudo opensnoop -n quicklookd This should show you all the files ...



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