Macbook Pro SSD Yosemite Boot Slow

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  1. juxbox, Sep 15, 2015
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    hello friends my macbook pro 2011 early 2.3 ghz i5 9 gb ram and samsung evo 850 250 gb ssd disc

    yosemite boot very slow i am using trim enabler please help me friends.

    What should be the opening rate ?

    my boot time 00:31,5
     
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    Can you tell us what "very slow" boot is?
    20 seconds boot might seem slow for some folks, but 2 minutes would definitely be slow.

    Does your system respond OK after it finishes booting?

    How do you get 9GB of RAM?
    Trim (or no trim) would not affect boot time in any way.
     
  3. juxbox thread starter macrumors newbie

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    oppening system booting very slow
     
  4. DeltaMac macrumors 604

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    Thanks!
    At the risk of repeating myself, but how slow is "very slow"?
    More than 20 seconds?
    Or, more than 20 minutes?
    2 hours ?

    Do you have several apps that startup when you boot? You would see the indicators in the dock, showing you that you have open apps.
     
  5. juxbox thread starter macrumors newbie

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    more than 20 seconds i am new formating yosemite setup 10.10.5
     
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    He posted it at 00:31,5 so 31.5secs.

    Personally I wouldn't just wipe my mac for that, look at your login items and check your WiFi/internet (in case it is having trouble accessing the cloud). OS X doesn't take long to boot by itself, it will be doing something with a login item.
     
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    Very Thanks Friends
    I format the second hard disk problems solved :)
     
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    Ok but if you put the same software on that you had, be prepared for the issue to come back. Formatting will fix all kinds of issues but it won't tell you what the issue was...
     
  9. juxbox thread starter macrumors newbie

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    problem i am delete mavericks backup
     
  10. simonsi macrumors 601

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    So what did you put on the drive after the format?
     
  11. patternjake macrumors member

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    Upgrade to 10.10.5 which enables third party TRIM support.
    sudo trimforce enable

    That should help. And the obvious is checking what Login Items are present, and running a permissions repair from Disk Utility.
     
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    It also found fault repair disc , to fix the problems I 've format and affte boot time 15 second :)
     
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    friends thanks i am using trim enabler
     
  14. simonsi macrumors 601

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    Then I don't understand.
     
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