I have kind of an unusual problem (well, something I haven't been able to find any answers to). To start off, I have an early 2008 black MacBook running on Snow Leopard. The problem is that anytime the battery is removed then re-inserted, it takes anywhere from a day to 3 days for it to power on again. I have to just wait around to either hear the start-up chime or come home to see the sleep light on. Now, I know the simple solution to this would be to not take the battery out, but every so often I have to do an SMC reset because my MacBook will refuse to recognize the built-in iSight. I have no problems with sleep, restart, or shutting it down and powering back on (if that matters). So, my question is, does anyone know what the problem is here, or how it could be fixed? It always comes back on, it just always takes the 1-3 days to do so.