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    15mn to start up my macbook pro os X lion

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    Hi,can u help me plzz
    my new mac take a long time to start
    i just install
    rosetta
    flash player
    driver for my 3G

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    15mn to start up my macbook pro os X lion

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    i would remove everything you installed and then see if it goes back to normal. If it does then put one thing on at a time, but really no of the things mentioned should slow it down that much. But it is worth trying that first.

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    15mn to start up my macbook pro os X lion
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    G'day and welcome to the forums.

    Start with removal of Rosetta as it is not compatible with Lion, as PowerPC applications will not run on Lion. Then go into System Preferences > Startup Disk and make sure the drive is selected.
    Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!

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    15mn to start up my macbook pro os X lion

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    Quote Originally Posted by harryb2448 View Post
    G'day and welcome to the forums.

    Start with removal of Rosetta as it is not compatible with Lion, as PowerPC applications will not run on Lion. Then go into System Preferences > Startup Disk and make sure the drive is selected.
    how can i remove rosetta???

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    15mn to start up my macbook pro os X lion

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    if you go to applications and then find rosetta and drag it to the trash

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    15mn to start up my macbook pro os X lion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domb View Post
    if you go to applications and then find rosetta and drag it to the trash
    the problem is that rosetta now is including in the system and i can't find it

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    15mn to start up my macbook pro os X lion

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    what version of rosetta is it?

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    15mn to start up my macbook pro os X lion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domb View Post
    what version of rosetta is it?
    i don't know but i think it's the last version

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    15mn to start up my macbook pro os X lion

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    i dont know about the system but i would say maybe try dragging rossetta to the trash, there maybe a rossetta uninstall but i dont know how to do that, sorry i cant help anymore.

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    15mn to start up my macbook pro os X lion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domb View Post
    i dont know about the system but i would say maybe try dragging rossetta to the trash, there maybe a rossetta uninstall but i dont know how to do that, sorry i cant help anymore.
    Ty anyway

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    15mn to start up my macbook pro os X lion
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    What I want to know is how you installed Rosetta? You must have used a retail Snow Leopard disk to do the installation since Rosetta can not be downloaded to a system running Lion.

    Also, I'm not sure Rosetta is causing the slow startup as it only acts as a compatibility layer for the installation and running of PPC apps on an Intel machine. Are you running anything else when you start your computer?

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