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현재 버전 게시자: Dan ,

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Sounds like your drive is having problems. I would start off making a bootable USB thumb drive while you can. Also make sure you've made a good backup!
 
Once you have your external bootable drive setup copy to it the OS installer as you may need to redo your OS install. Now booting up under it (hold the Option key to get to the Boot manager) run Disk Utility from the external drive to check the drive if it comes back with errors you may need to reformat the drive.
 
The other possibility here is the drive is too full! This is were you need to do some TLC on your system. delete as much old junk as you can as well as clear your cache and log files. I find this tool makes quick work of clearing the cache & log files: [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/disk-doctor-clean-your-drive/id455970963?mt=12|Disk Doctor]. The last thing here is to defragment your HD, this is the tool I use: [https://www.prosofteng.com/drivegenius-defrag-mac-software/|Drive Genius]. There are other apps out their that will work as well I just find this are the best I've found.
 
If your drive is not able to be saved as it has too many errors. Its time to think about getting a new drive. I would recommend getting a hybrid drive (SSHD) like this one: [http://www.seagate.com/consumer/upgrade/laptop-solid-state-hybrid-drive/|Seagate laptop SSHD] or look at getting a SSD which is more expensive so you'll need to think if its justified.
 
Don't forget you want to leave at least 1/4 of the drive free and SSD's tend to need more free space 1/3 on the smaller drives.
 
=== Update (12/01/2016) ===
 
Since you have a new drive here I'm suspecting your SATA cable needs replacing.
 
If you look at your original Apple drive you'll note the drive was SATA II (3.0 Gb/s). I'm suspecting you put in a newer drive which is likely SATA III (6.0 Gb/s). While your system can support it, Apple didn't give you a cable that was spec'ed for SATA III so you are hitting a known issue here.
 
What is happening is your system and drive are having a fight as the CRC check sum of the data block being moved is coming back as bad so the drive either needs to send it again or the system needs to send it to the HD again. That explains why your CPU usage is running high. If you open Activity Monitor you'll likely note the indexer is the one running heavy here.
 
The indexer runs to build a search list based on what your files you have on your system. If you do a restore or copy files back onto your new drive this is what sets it off. Overtime the process will finish the indexing until the next time you more, create or delete a file. But in this mode only the small group of files will be involved Vs an entire backup or mass move.
 
OK, here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Unibody+Late+2011+Hard+Drive+Cable+Replacement/7655|MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Late 2011 Hard Drive Cable Replacement] and here is the better cable to use: [https://www.ifixit.com/MacBook-Parts/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Mid-2012-Hard-Drive-Cable/IF163-041-2|MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2012) Hard Drive Cable].

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Sounds like your drive is having problems. I would start off making a bootable USB thumb drive while you can. Also make sure you've made a good backup!

Once you have your external bootable drive setup copy to it the OS installer as you may need to redo your OS install. Now booting up under it (hold the Option key to get to the Boot manager) run Disk Utility from the external drive to check the drive if it comes back with errors you may need to reformat the drive.

The other possibility here is the drive is too full! This is were you need to do some TLC on your system. delete as much old junk as you can as well as clear your cache and log files. I find this tool makes quick work of clearing the cache & log files: [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/disk-doctor-clean-your-drive/id455970963?mt=12|Disk Doctor]. The last thing here is to defragment your HD, this is the tool I use: [https://www.prosofteng.com/drivegenius-defrag-mac-software/|Drive Genius]. There are other apps out their that will work as well I just find this are the best I've found.

If your drive is not able to be saved as it has too many errors. Its time to think about getting a new drive. I would recommend getting a hybrid drive (SSHD) like this one: [http://www.seagate.com/consumer/upgrade/laptop-solid-state-hybrid-drive/|Seagate laptop SSHD] or look at getting a SSD which is more expensive so you'll need to think if its justified.

Don't forget you want to leave at least 1/4 of the drive free and SSD's tend to need more free space 1/3 on the smaller drives.

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