I just installed bootcamp on my 2010 13" MBP, running 10.6.
However, after doing the bootcamp, I have extremely slow boot for my OS X partition, and when I verified the disk in Disk Utility (from a superduper backup clone), it told me that the Mac partition could not be repaired.
I can still boot, it is just VERY slow. Windows boots up nice and fast.
Several potentially relevant details:
- prior to going bootcamp, I migrated to SSD (by ditching the optical drive), here's my walkthrough. (yes, I did have to put the optical disk back in to install XP, quite annoying).
- Also, one step I didn't take was when I bootcamped, I just rebooted and installed XP, instead of having bootcamp initiate the install... is this bad?
- finally, I did have rEFIt installed prior to both the SSD switch and bootcamp, is this a cause of potential issues? (not attached to it in any way).
Any assistance or avenues for investigation would be very helpful!