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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.
+The internet 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.
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+Go to system preferences and set your Startup Disk setting to be the new disk and I'll bet that changes everything. It did for me.

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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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