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AppleOnboardAudio 2. Hi- Welcome to Discussions! Either condition could result in the error within system memory. Check for updates for any Symantec software. Temporarily disabling the software may give clues as to involvement or not.
Booting to Safe mode hold Shift while starting will disable these and others. If the panics either do or don't occur in Safe mode, we have a clue as how to proceed. What devices do you use that may use or sync with iTunes? Possibly some audio device?
Second Kernel Panic in just over a week. I wish I knew how to decipher these logs. Can anyone help me understand these two short logs? I see the name Keyspan in the backtrace of both logs. I use that because I have two workstations that need to use those printers.
The latest panic occurred when attempting to print but after noticing the Keyspan print dialog read: Printer not connected. I checked the cables and then saw the panic. Keyspan was a good company that was bought by Tripplite who doesn't appear to give a hoot about Mac and will therefore NOT make driver updates. Bad driver? Thanks, Jeff KeyspanNHCI 1. LittleSnitch 2.
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AppleFileSystemDriver 1. PioneerSuperDrive 2. AppleCPUThermo 2. It's clearly a driver incompatibility issue. ClamXav might be causing some of the problems You can always reinstall it. Anti virus software on a Mac tends to cause more problems then it's worth. Been having issues with Kernel Panics since Mountain Lion came out. I downloaded and installed a few months ago and got Kernel panics, so I formatted and sent to apple and they replaced the RAM, which did absolutely nothing.
So I went backwards to Snow Leopard, and then recently came back now that we're on Can anyone diagnose where I could begin as far as removing software, etc, from this kernel panic? I'm pretty comp savvy but the kernel panic appears an endless stream of nonsense to me: PS: You will notice in this kernel panic I have some FireWire audio interface connected.
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Thanks Thomas. I will upgrade my Motu8Pre drivers, but I am certain it is not the definitive problem. AppleMuxControl 3. AppleBacklightExpert 1. AppleGraphicsControl 3. It may be covered by this program: MacBook Pro inch, Mid : Intermittent black screen or loss of video Make a "Genius" appointment at an Apple Store, or go to another authorized service provider, to have the machine tested.
The routine hardware diagnostics used by service providers may not detect the fault.
There is a specific test for this issue. Print the first page of the panic report, and the support page linked above, and bring them with you.
Note that the replacement program only applies within three years of purchase. If you wait beyond that date, Apple may refuse the service. The model was discontinued in February , so the replacement program will be ending quite soon. Back up all data on the internal drive s before you hand over your computer to anyone. Sometimes the replacement part is also defective, so be prepared for that possibility.
If it's too late for your unit to be repaired under the program, and you don't want to pay for a new logic board, you may be able to stop the panics by disabling automatic graphics switching. I was playing COD4 when the computer locked and told me to force a restart. When I try to restart it, it takes forever then the force restart message comes up and it freezes again. There is computer language on the screen when this happens with the words " Debugger called:panic" Can anyone help? Thanks Brent. If you're able to boot, launch the Console application by entering the first few letters of its name into a Spotlight search, and select the most recent panic log under System Diagnostic Reports.
Post the contents -- the text, please, not a screenshot. Please don't post "shutdownStall" or "hang" reports. If you can't boot in the usual way, try a safe boot. The instructions provided by Apple are as follows: Be sure your Mac is shut down. Press the power button. Immediately after you hear the startup tone, hold the Shift key.
The Shift key should be held as soon as possible after the startup tone, but not before the tone. Release the Shift key when you see the gray Apple icon and the progress indicator looks like a spinning gear.
You must know your login password in order to log in. I work for the NHS. Have spent all day shutting down my computer unable to start the software. If it does start it freezes and tells me to restart. This is not acceptable. Can anyone help??? Adobe cefrtai nly don't want to is there ahtyone out there with any solutions?