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You may want to investigate what the user is doing with his system. It's starting to sound like the HD is very full and/or highly fragmented. I would try running Disk Utility first booting up from an external drive to see if just doing that alters things (without touching the hardware). If it did that likely points to the full/frag'ed drive issue (your drives btree was fragmented). I would give [http://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius] or some other good defrag app a try next so all of the files got cleaned up.
You may want to investigate what the user is doing with his system. It's starting to sound like the HD is very full and/or highly fragmented. I would try running Disk Utility first booting up from an external drive to see if just doing that alters things (without touching the hardware). If it did that likely points to the full/frag'ed drive issue (your drives btree was fragmented). I would give [http://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius] or some other good defrag app a try next so all of the files got cleaned up.
 
TheI would try running Disk Utility first booting up from an external drive to see if just doing that alters things (without touching the hardware). If it did that likely points to the full/frag'ed drive issue (your drives btree was fragmented). I would give [http://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius] or some other good defrag app a try next so all of the files got cleaned up.

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other point here is the drive maybe on the small size for what this person is doing. Maybe a bigger drive is needed. I would go with a SSHD (hybrid drive). While

While
I love SSD's, there lack of space given the cost factor and using them in a dual drive setup as not being stable in this series limits there usefulness. We gave up doing the dual drive after having so many problems. Which is why we stick with the [http://www.seagate.com/internal-hard-drives/solid-state-hybrid/laptop-solid-state-hybrid-drive/|Seagate SSHD] as our solution. Here you get the speed of the SSD and the deep storage of a traditional HD in one device replacing the HD with it.
TheI would try running Disk Utility first booting up from an external drive to see if just doing that alters things (without touching the hardware). If it did that likely points to the full/frag'ed drive issue (your drives btree was fragmented). I would give [http://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius] or some other good defrag app a try next so all of the files got cleaned up.

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other point here is the drive maybe on the small size for what this person is doing. Maybe a bigger drive is needed. I would go with a SSHD (hybrid drive). While

While
I love SSD's, there lack of space given the cost factor and using them in a dual drive setup as not being stable in this series limits there usefulness. We gave up doing the dual drive after having so many problems. Which is why we stick with the [http://www.seagate.com/internal-hard-drives/solid-state-hybrid/laptop-solid-state-hybrid-drive/|Seagate SSHD] as our solution. Here you get the speed of the SSD and the deep storage of a traditional HD in one device replacing the HD with it.

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You may want to investigate what the user is doing with his system. It's starting to sound like the HD is very full and/or highly fragmented. I would try running Disk Utility first booting up from an external drive to see if just doing that alters things (without touching the hardware). If it did that likely points to the full/frag'ed drive issue (your drives btree was fragmented). I would give [http://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius] or some other good defrag app a try next so all of the files got cleaned up.
 
The other point here is the drive maybe on the small size for what this person is doing. Maybe a bigger drive is needed. I would go with a SSHD (hybrid drive). While I love SSD's, there lack of space given the cost factor and using them in a dual drive setup as not being stable in this series limits there usefulness. We gave up doing the dual drive after having so many problems. Which is why we stick with the [http://www.seagate.com/internal-hard-drives/solid-state-hybrid/laptop-solid-state-hybrid-drive/|Seagate SSHD] as our solution. Here you get the speed of the SSD and the deep storage of a traditional HDHD in one device replacing the HD with it.
The other point here is the drive maybe on the small size for what this person is doing. Maybe a bigger drive is needed. I would go with a SSHD (hybrid drive). While I love SSD's, there lack of space given the cost factor and using them in a dual drive setup as not being stable in this series limits there usefulness. We gave up doing the dual drive after having so many problems. Which is why we stick with the [http://www.seagate.com/internal-hard-drives/solid-state-hybrid/laptop-solid-state-hybrid-drive/|Seagate SSHD] as our solution. Here you get the speed of the SSD and the deep storage of a traditional HDHD in one device replacing the HD with it.

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You may want to investigate what the user is doing with his system. It's starting to sound like the HD is very full and/or highly fragmented. I would try running Disk Utility first booting up from an external drive to see if just doing that alters things (without touching the hardware). If it did that likely points to the full/frag'ed drive issue (your drives btree was fragmented). I would give [http://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius] or some other good defrag app a try next so all of the files got cleaned up.

The other point here is the drive maybe on the small size for what this person is doing. Maybe a bigger drive is needed. I would go with a SSHD (hybrid drive). While I love SSD's, there lack of space given the cost factor and using them in a dual drive setup as not being stable in this series limits there usefulness. We gave up doing the dual drive after having so many problems. Which is why we stick with the [http://www.seagate.com/internal-hard-drives/solid-state-hybrid/laptop-solid-state-hybrid-drive/|Seagate SSHD] as our solution. Here you get the speed of the SSD and the deep storage of a traditional HD.

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