12385 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jan 9, 2011 1:46 AM by pomme4moi
it takes significantly longer to boot up than it used to. With more memory and an internal hard drive with solid state memory, I expected the machine to boot up faster.
This may not explain everything, but your Mac tests its RAM when it starts. It takes longer to test more RAM. If you want to investigate the issue, I'd start by reinstalling the old RAM.
You might also use the Console utility to see if there are any messages that could explain the slow boot.