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現在のバージョン作成者: Dan ,

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cNetThe internet had the answer for me. ApparentlyApparently your startup disk setting is pointing to a disk that's no longer in your system. I'mI'm guessing the OS can't find it and is waiting for it to spin up. ItIt doesn't try the new SSD until a timeout occurs. Go

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to system preferences and set your startup diskStartup Disk setting to be the new disk and I'll bet that changes everything. ItIt did for me.
cNetThe internet had the answer for me. ApparentlyApparently your startup disk setting is pointing to a disk that's no longer in your system. I'mI'm guessing the OS can't find it and is waiting for it to spin up. ItIt doesn't try the new SSD until a timeout occurs. Go

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to system preferences and set your startup diskStartup Disk setting to be the new disk and I'll bet that changes everything. ItIt did for me.

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オリジナル投稿者: EBarnhart001 ,

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cNet had the answer for me.  Apparently your startup disk setting is pointing to a disk that's no longer in your system.  I'm guessing the OS can't find it and is waiting for it to spin up.  It doesn't try the new SSD until a timeout occurs.  Go to system preferences and set your startup disk to be the new disk and I'll bet that changes everything.  It did for me.

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