) Back up all your data (if you haven't done so already) 2) Try an Archive and Install to avoid having to reinstall applications. 3) Still have problems after that, do an Erase and Install and start from scratch. If the new logic board didn't fix" /> Mac Forums - View Single Post - MBP Delayed (not slow) boot up?
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1) Back up all your data (if you haven't done so already)
2) Try an Archive and Install to avoid having to reinstall applications.
3) Still have problems after that, do an Erase and Install and start from scratch. If the new logic board didn't fix it, something's corrupted in the OS.

Another note: I think you need to at least 5 gigabytes of space to run Leopard properly and allow it some breathing room. Take off at least 10 gigs or invest in an external hard drive. The computer has to account for alot of things on startup - having a full hard drive seriously increases your startup times.

GrandPerspective this app will help you determine what to move off. Make room!
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