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comment Timeouts in AppleUSBEHCI - how can I find out what is causing this?
I've the same issue.
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comment For a startup volume encrypted with Core Storage, System Preferences show that FileVault is disabled
No, I "cloned" my SSD using a backup from my Time Capsule in the OS X Recovery.
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comment For a startup volume encrypted with Core Storage, System Preferences show that FileVault is disabled
After fsck has been checking multiple items, the result is The volume Crucial M4 SSD appears to be OK.
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comment How to clean up partitions after OS X is moved from HD to SSD
So your conclusion is that every thing except from * disk1s3* is perfect? Is there any chance that I can remove the disk1s3 without having to erase the entire disk?