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Upgrade Harddrive slower than older and lower RPM drive?

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I upgraded to a 7200RPM drive last night and used superduper to clone the old drive into the new one and just swapped drives.  It went fine until I booted the new drive and it took nearly two minutes to boot. Applications bounce on the dock for quite some time before launching.  I understand that the clone eliminates cache files and that Spotlight index has to be rebuilt being that these files are not cloned, but how can a newer "faster" drive be slower than the original?  Is the drive bad? Did i do or not do something properly during the clone?  Thanx in advance for  any input or recommendations.

UPDATE: whenever I reboot the machine a file keeps appearing in my trash, and a "recovered files" folder from shirt pocket, the makers of super duper.  Anyone know what this is?

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MacBook Core 2 Duo

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Bewerkt door: Majesty ,

Titel:

Upgrade Harddrive slower than older and lower RPM drive?

Tekst:

I upgraded to a 7200RPM drive last night and used superduper to clone the old drive into the new one and just swapped drives. It went fine until I booted the new drive and it took nearly two minutes to boot. Applications bounce on the dock for quite some time before launching. I understand that the clone eliminates cache files and that Spotlight index has to be rebuilt being that these files are not cloned, but how can a newer "faster" drive be slower than the original? Is the drive bad? Did i do or not do something properly during the clone? Thanx in advance for any input or recommendations.
 
UPDATE: whenever I reboot the machine a file keeps appearing in my trash, and a "recovered files" folder from shirt pocket, the makers of super duper. Anyone know what this is?

Apparaat:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: Majesty ,

Titel:

Upgrade Harddrive slower than older and lower RPM drive?

Tekst:

I upgraded to a 7200RPM drive last night and used superduper to clone the old drive into the new one and just swapped drives. It went fine until I booted the new drive and it took nearly two minutes to boot. Applications bounce on the dock for quite some time before launching. I understand that the clone eliminates cache files and that Spotlight index has to be rebuilt being that these files are not cloned, but how can a newer "faster" drive be slower than the original? Is the drive bad? Did i do or not do something properly during the clone? Thanx in advance for your any any input or recommendations.
I upgraded to a 7200RPM drive last night and used superduper to clone the old drive into the new one and just swapped drives. It went fine until I booted the new drive and it took nearly two minutes to boot. Applications bounce on the dock for quite some time before launching. I understand that the clone eliminates cache files and that Spotlight index has to be rebuilt being that these files are not cloned, but how can a newer "faster" drive be slower than the original? Is the drive bad? Did i do or not do something properly during the clone? Thanx in advance for your any any input or recommendations.

Apparaat:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: Majesty ,

Titel:

Upgrade Harddrive slower than older and lower RPM drive?

Tekst:

I upgraded to a 7200RPM drive last night and used superduper to clone the old drive into the new one and just swapped drives. It went fine until I booted the new drive and it took nearly two minutes to boot. Applications bounce on the dock for quite some time before launching. I understand that the clone eliminates cache files and that Spotlight index has to be rebuilt being that these files are not cloned, but how can a newer "faster" drive be slower than the original? Is the drive bad? Did i do or not do something properly during the clone? Thanx in advance for your time and considerationany input or recommendations.
I upgraded to a 7200RPM drive last night and used superduper to clone the old drive into the new one and just swapped drives. It went fine until I booted the new drive and it took nearly two minutes to boot. Applications bounce on the dock for quite some time before launching. I understand that the clone eliminates cache files and that Spotlight index has to be rebuilt being that these files are not cloned, but how can a newer "faster" drive be slower than the original? Is the drive bad? Did i do or not do something properly during the clone? Thanx in advance for your time and considerationany input or recommendations.

Apparaat:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: Majesty ,

Titel:

Upgrade Harddrive slower than older and lower RPM drive?

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I upgraded to a 7200RPM drive last night and used superduper to clone the old driverdrive into the new one and just swapped drives. It went fine until I booted the new drive and it took nearly two minutes to boot. Applications bounce on the dock for quite some time before launching. I understand that the clone eliminates cache files and that Spotlight index has to be rebuilt being that these files are not cloned, but how can a newer "faster" drive be slower than the original? Is the drive bad? Did i do or not do something properly during the clone? Thanx in advance for your time and consideration.
I upgraded to a 7200RPM drive last night and used superduper to clone the old driverdrive into the new one and just swapped drives. It went fine until I booted the new drive and it took nearly two minutes to boot. Applications bounce on the dock for quite some time before launching. I understand that the clone eliminates cache files and that Spotlight index has to be rebuilt being that these files are not cloned, but how can a newer "faster" drive be slower than the original? Is the drive bad? Did i do or not do something properly during the clone? Thanx in advance for your time and consideration.

Apparaat:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Majesty ,

Titel:

Upgrade Harddrive slower than older and lower RPM drive?

Tekst:

I upgraded to a 7200RPM drive last night and used superduper to clone the old driver into the new one and just swapped drives.  It went fine until I booted the new drive and it took nearly two minutes to boot. Applications bounce on the dock for quite some time before launching.  I understand that the clone eliminates cache files and that Spotlight index has to be rebuilt being that these files are not cloned, but how can a newer "faster" drive be slower than the original?  Is the drive bad? Did i do or not do something properly during the clone?  Thanx in advance for your time and consideration.

Apparaat:

MacBook Core 2 Duo

Status:

open