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Old 04-20-2018, 02:31 PM
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An NVRAM reset isn't likely to do anything. Doing an fsck might help somewhat, and you should be able to do it from Recovery, no?

While erasing it might help somewhat, it seems more likely that the problem is an older, pretty full drive with TRIM not working, having more trouble wear leveling its flash and working with the allocated block list when it needs to add more info...
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