MBP mid 2010 boot time after new SSD, RAM and Maverick

selaing

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Sep 14, 2013
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Happy Holidays.

I just had a new Samsung EVO installed with more RAM. We used the recovery method for moving my operating system from old hd to new sad.

Now my only issue....

The MBP takes a while to boot up. However, once booted up and running, runs like the wind.

Thoughts on what I need to do? Love the speed, but not the boot up time.

cheers
 

niteflyr

macrumors 6502a
Nov 29, 2011
950
148
Southern Cal
Happy Holidays.

I just had a new Samsung EVO installed with more RAM. We used the recovery method for moving my operating system from old hd to new sad.

Now my only issue....

The MBP takes a while to boot up. However, once booted up and running, runs like the wind.

Thoughts on what I need to do? Love the speed, but not the boot up time.

cheers
Go to 'system pref's', 'startup disk', and select the new drive as startup disk.
 
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