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Slow Boot Up & Shutdown Issue!!!

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CONFIG:

Intel Pentium G3220 @ 3.00 Ghz
ASUS H81M-CS - Rev. 1.0 - UEFI Bios 0402
(Lan - Realtek 8111GR | Audio - ALC 887)
4GB DDR 3
HDD 500GB SATA
Asus NVIDIA GeForce EN210 1 GB DDR3
VGA Monitor

 

pals attached is my config.plist

the issue is, when the system boots, it takes over 2 min to boot....

following is the screen in -v mode...

 

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the timeout, issue takes around 2 min to boot the system...

 

also when i shutdown the system,,, i get the following msg,,,,..

 

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needed to rectify the issue, any help would be helpful.....

 

NOTE: previously the system was working perfect without any of these issues, the gfx card was zotac gtx 710... but since i have changed it to 210, this issue has arised.

 

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Prolly need to do cache update aka touch the system kext.

some time some graphics do make ur system slow.

as for the error its normal to have launch id erros and apple HDA error is imo because of audio injection. esy fix i proper injection.

 

good luck

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