Slow boot!

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  1. jambojoebob macrumors newbie

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    Hi everyone,

    I have a 2008 2,4 MBP and I have a problem with it. I was using snow leopard and everything was going fine for a few months. Then suddenly, it froze on the desktop at the opening. After few minutes, and command+ctrl+Shift+esc, and a few prayers it sometimes came ok.

    I got tired of that and decided to format my hard drive and reinstall osx. I had to do it 3 times before it worked. Then I installed the updates and BANG! New problem! Now it was booting for 6 minutes before I see the desktop.

    I reinstalled it again and the same thing happened.

    I've decided to install snow leopard and I got my desktop a bit faster but the keyboard isn't responding.

    I've reinstalled leopard and now I'm stuck on a slow boot. When the desktop opens, everything works fine except that when I close my screen panel, the computer goes to sleep and I have to turn it off manually and wait for another 6 minutes.

    Here are the information I get from the consol at the opening.

    10-12-14 19:16:58 com.apple.launchctl.System[2] launchctl: Please convert the following to launchd: /etc/mach_init.d/dashboardadvisoryd.plist
    10-12-14 19:16:58 com.apple.launchd[1] (com.apple.usbmuxd) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    10-12-14 19:16:58 com.apple.launchd[1] (org.cups.cupsd) Unknown key: SHAuthorizationRight
    10-12-14 19:16:58 com.apple.launchd[1] (org.ntp.ntpd) Unknown key: SHAuthorizationRight
    10-12-14 19:16:58 com.apple.launchd[1] (org.x.privileged_startx) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions
    10-12-14 19:17:14 org.ntp.ntpd[13] Error : nodename nor servname provided, or not known
    10-12-14 19:22:12 com.apple.launchd[1] (com.apple.UserEventAgent-LoginWindow[79]) Exited: Terminated

    10-12-14 19:22:12 com.apple.launchd[85] (org.x.startx) Unknown key for boolean: EnableTransactions

    Any idea?

    Please help!:(

    Dick Perron
     
  2. mulo macrumors 68020

    mulo

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    try booting in verbose mode to see what it hangs at
    just hold CMD+V before the apple logo pops up
     
  3. jambojoebob thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Just tried... everything seemed to be ok and then the blue screen appears...for 5 minutes!
     
  4. firestarter macrumors 603

    firestarter

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    NTPD is the network time daemon.

    What server are you getting your time from in the Date&Time system prefs plane?

    Try turning 'set date and time automatically' off.
     
  5. jambojoebob thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I've solve that thing earlier.... thanks! The console is what I have before I configure anything!
     
  6. firestarter macrumors 603

    firestarter

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    Sorry, that sentence makes no sense!
     

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