I put a second hard drive in my Power Mac G4 Quicksilver 2002, and I decided to clone the old HDD to the new. The first time I tried it, it went on, never starting, just saying "calculating estimated time." In my foolishness, I closed the window, and ignored the warning. The second time I tried it, it went on for a good while, so I left it to it. When I came back the kernel panic screen was up. I restarted the computer, and checked the second HDD. It had about half of the Applications copied into it, so it was working initially. I booted with my install DVD, and ran disk utility and both disks were fine, no repairs needed.
This was the kernel panic info:
Interval Since Last Panic Report:†25215 sec
Panics Since Last Report: 1
Anonymous UUID: DBA4349C-EFC0-4AA9-83BD-CCE4AD0E89E3
Sun Apr 22 19:31:59 2012†Unresolved kernel trap(cpu 0): 0x300 - Data access .....
A few days ago the lightning strikes in. My old PowerPC Mac, running on OS X Leopard won't work after it, he was turned on ...He says that I have to restart my Mac. I've tried a Safe Boot ( 3 times ) but nothing helps.¬†Could it be that he has an internal damage???When I start him up he makes some strange noises ...¬†
I have a G5 tower and randomy since last night my computer did that whole kernel panic thing then i restarted... sometimes it didnt boot up the computer just sat there. Other times it loaded and the computer would work for sometimes 5 to 30 mins before freezing again. What do you think it is?
I am running a quad core G5 PPC. I updated to 10.5.1 last week when it was made available and had no problems until yesterday. I tried to empty the trash and immediately had a kernel panic. I restarted and that is when the problem became more apparent then a simple restart! The Kernel Panic continued to repeat itself on the startup screen. I called apple support and went thru all the steps with them including trying to boot from the OS X 10.5 disk, in safe mode, as a target, trying to reset the (I guess I forgot what we were resetting but I was told to hold down Apple-R and Option-P) as well as opening the case and holding down the small button underneath the RAM. Anyway, nothing worked. Even in target disk mode, it made my G4 Powerbook running as the main pop up with a kernel panic! I cant get to the finder to see what the kernel panic parameters are.
Out of the blue I keep getting a kernel panic (You must restart computer) while using my G4. All I use it for is word processing and internet browsing. Seems to happen when switching between windows.Here is my most recent crash log reports:¬†
Mon Mar 26 21:27:00 2012¬†¬† Unresolved kernel trap(cpu 0): 0x300 - Data access DAR=0x000000002B154200 PC=0x00000000000ACD04 Latest crash info for cpu 0: Exception state (sv=0x2708C280)
Today I was preparing to get rid of my bootcamp'd windows7, change the partition size, and install XP. Well, I decided instead that I would just get a fresh OS X install, and install XP through the new bootcamp. So, I popped in my XP disc and went through the partition manager that comes with it (I don't know how to do it through mac) deleted all my partitions and installed windows so I could operate the cd-drive, and put in my OSX install disc.
(Perhaps I should mention I formatted it all to NTFS, thinking I could just reformat the whole thing with the OS X install like you can with windows). So, now I have a full NTFS partition, XP works fine. I can put in my OS X cd, restart and attempt to boot from a cd either from holding down option, or c at boot. When I try to do this, it pops up the kernel panic power icon, and gives me the "restart your computer" message. In recap my computer kernel panics on boot from cd.
Here's the question: Is this a true kernel panic, or is it due to the fact I don't have a partition available for mac to boot from? I didn't change any hardware, it was working perfectly fine prior to the -attempted- reinstall, and my XP install is working fine (minus the drivers), and after some research kernel panics tend to happen after hardware failures, in fact I had one happen a few months ago when my video card bit the dust.
I am just starting a new job and have been getting extreme speed issues on my computer followed by this recent kernel panic. I am running 4 2 TB G Speeds through eSATA. My computer went down, when I brought it back up Final Cut Pro took 5-10 minutes just to simply open. I wasn't even attempting to open a certain project. Any ideas based on the attached Kernel report? [code]
I'm getting a kernel panic at start up and the optical drive wont read the start up DVD. I can boot up windows via bootcamp and the machine runs fine. I'm not getting any red LED's on my risers, so i'm assuming its not a RAM issue. I have a Mac Pro 8-core (2008) stock, just added 10 gigs of RAM.
For the past few days (never happened before) my apps started crashing continuously and kernel panic screen started appearing very frequently. I am still wondering what may be the cause of it, then I tested my RAM with Rember, and this log showed up:
Memtest version 4.22 (64-bit) Copyright (C) 2004 Charles Cazabon Copyright (C) 2004-2008 Tony Scaminaci (Macintosh port) Licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2 only
I get kernel panics after a few min's of running the Mac pro. The ram are perfectly paired (2x 4gb in both slots, both in the first 2) and I get issues with it it seems. It started to happen as of today but didn't happen the days before. Nothing was changed in the configs or software.
I recently got a Dell 2209WA with built in USB hub. and great i thought, i can manage the USB ports on my macbook a bit more effectively. But it seems when i pull the USB cable when i want to go portable, it gets a KP, at the moment i suspect it has something to do with the logitech wireless adaptor i have plugged into the monitor. it exhibits these issues when the monitor is turned off as well.
I have another USB hub, but i pretty much use it exclusively for my external hard drives (i don't really like to keep it plugged in all the time, if powered up for some reason the drives spin up in the middle of the night even when the macbook is sleeping) and it does nothing like this when the adaptor is plugged into that.
I've had two of these in less than 24 hours on this new machine. I was able to work in Photoshop and Aperture fine, but the minute I started watching Hulu videos I started getting these. Oddly enough. I zapped PRAM and repaired permissions, and haven't had another one yet... but should I just take it back now while I'm still in my 14 days?
Here is the log: Mac OS version: 9G3553 Kernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 9.6.3: Tue Jan 20 18:26:40 PST 2009; root:xnu-1228.10.33~1/RELEASE_I386 System model name: MacPro4,1 (Mac-F221BEC8)
Happy for my macbook pro for almost two years. Lately it's been unstable and freezes sometimes. Two days ago it went to kernal panic and shows kernal panic screen and asks for restart everytime it restarts. It won't start on DVD or safe mode (it just hangs there and keeps spinning). For single user mode, it first worked and I was able to remove login items, but it froze again and now generates the following panic log. All the hardware have been the same and I have installed vpn a few months ago and dropbox last week.
Jettinsoning kernel linker. Resetting IOCatalogue. GFX0: family specific matching fails Matching service count =1 Matching service count =2 Matching service count =2 Matching service count =2 Matching service count =2 Matching service count =2 May 3 11:51:15 localhost DirectoryService: Launched version 5.6 (v514.24) Previous shutdown Cause: 3 ath_attach: devid 0x24 yukon: Eithernet address xxxxxxx Override HT40 Powers. EEPROM Version is 14.4. Device Type 5 NVDANV50HAL loaded and registered. GFX0: family specific matching fails GFX0: family specific matching fails GFX0: family specific matching fails Matching service count = 0 May 3 11:51:24 localhost configd: Error: No interface name for AirPort_Athr5424ab May 3 11:51:24 localhost configd: Error: ioPublishedDriverCallback() failed to initDeviceFromService() May 3 11:51:24 localhost mDNSResponder mDNSResponder-176.3 (Sep 30 2008 16:59:38): starting AirPort_Athr5424ab: Ethernet address xxxxx AirPort: Link down on en1 May 3 11:51:32 xxxcomputer fseventsd: event logs in /.fseventsd out of sync with volume. destroying old logs. (13 218 724) AirPort: Link up on en1 AppleYukon2: 000000.00000 sk98osx_dnet - recovering from missed interrupt May 3 11:51:32 xxxcomputer fseventsd: log dir: /.fseventsd getting new uuid: xxxxx May 3 11:51:32 xxxcomputer ntpdate: can't find host time.apple.com May 3 11:51:32 xxxcomputer ntpdate: no servers can be used, exiting AppleYukon2: 0000,0000 sk98osx_dnet - recovering from missed interrupt May 3 11:51:41 xxxcomputer /usr/sbin/ocspd: starting May 3 11:51:32 xxxcomputer /system/library/coreservers/loginwindow.app/contents/macos/loginwindow: login window application started - threaded auth ciscoVPN: attempting to attach to all available ethernet interfaces. ciscoVPN: checking if we are already attached to interface: en1 ciscoVPN: no, not yet attached to interface: en1 ciscoVPN: interface: en1, filter attached. ciscoVPN: current MTU for en1 is 1500, saving it. panic(cpu 0 caller 0x001A9C68): Kernel trap at 0x0019ca06, type 14=page fault, registers: CR0: 0x80010033, CR2: 0x00000000, CR3: 0x01b51000, CR4: 0x00000660 EAX: 0x00000000, EBX: 0x00000000, ECX: 0x0549c004, EDX: 0x00000000 CR2: 0x00000000, EBP: 0x36077b58, ESI: 0x00000000, EDI: 0x36077c3c EFL: 0x00010246, EIP: 0x0019ca06, CS: 0x00000000, DS: 0x00000010 Error code: 0x00000000 Debugger called: <panic> Backtrace (CPU 0), Frame: return address (4 potential args on stack)
I'm trying to get OSX installed onto my new intel x25-m SSD, but it just won't happen. Trying to boot from my install DVD that came with my new Mac Pro throws up a kernel panic after about a minute or two of loading.
Trying to boot from my store-bought Leopard DVD does nothing. After restarting it just sits there and the DVD stops spinning after a couple minutes. Is there another way I can turn my new SSD into the boot drive? This is driving me nuts.
I'm new to mac so everything you say try to be as specific as possible.
i bought a used ibook g4 on ebay. i am pretty sure it is running OS X 10.1 if that matters but i'm not sure on that.
After messing around for a while i turn it off and back on a while later and when it was turning on it came to the gray screen and had a folder with a question mark then the little dude with the nice smilie face but an error comes up.
My wife was attempting to load the most recent updates onto her MB, the update failed (not sure exactly which one) and now OSX won't load. She gets a "Version mis-match between Kernel and CPU PM" panic and it won't go any farther - neither in safe mode nor single user mode. I booted off of my computer's recovery disc (I haven't found hers yet - we recently moved) and used Disk Utility to repair the disk and the disk permissions, but it still won't load.
I did a quick search through the forum and didn't see anything specific about this problem. It just started to occur yesterday and nothing has changed on the computer. (Nothing new installed and no external hardware plugged in.)
Basically, it just pops up with the grey screen advising to restart. Sometimes it occurs after waking from sleep, sometimes it occurs after starting up, and sometimes it occurs in the middle of a task. I haven't noticed a specific pattern.
I ran the AHT and everything passed. I also ran Rember and the memory seemed fine in the test. I reset the PRAM and VRAM and the SMC after speaking with Apple. Finally, I reinstalled the OSX clean on the machine and the panics are still occurring.
This is the last panic report from the Macbook 1,1 2.0 with 1.25 GB RAM. I'm hoping it is the RAM and not something with the logic board, but am not sure if that can be ascertained without finding replacement RAM first.
I tried to play world of warcraft so after going through all possible trouble shooting steps such as disc repair, reset pram and everything else I did an archive and reinstalled my OS. At first this seemed to work but then I could not even open safari with out the computer locking up So I erased everything and did a fresh install, the installation had no problems I did a disk check and everything before installing everything was good.Then I get to the welcome animation screen and on the first word the computer locked up at the graphics and the only way to get it off was to hold the power button and restart. Now I am stuck in a kernel panic and can not do anything. The only thing it will allow me to do is get into single user mode, I can not even boot to the CD or disk utility it just keeps giving me the kernel panic when i try and hold shift, c, or d while booting up.
My computer had problems with display, track pad, not powering up, and lots of parts were replaced in January (MacBook Pro purchased 12.31.09).¬† Got it home, after a while constant kernal panics.¬† tried everything, brought it into Apple store yesterday, ran diagnostics, hard disk repaired, seemed OK.¬†
Shortly after I came home it happened again.¬† I repaired permissions, did verify disk, no problems with disk.¬† Updated software, including went to Java and Adobe and updated them.¬†Nothing works.¬† Now the permissions note lots of problems with Remote Management (one of the updates from yesterday, 5.21) and Java (yesterday too).¬†MacBook Pro OS X 10.6.8, would like to go to Lion but don't want to until my machine is stable?
Info: MacBook Pro (13-inch Mid 2009), Mac OS X (10.6.8)
My Mac Pro (late 2006) now has kernel panics at startup. Problem first happened while computer was in sleep mode, a second kernel panic happened about 10-15 minutes after reboot the first time. Now it happens at startup every time. Zapped PRAM multiple times to no effect. Tested original 10.4 install disk, as well as 10.5 and 10.6 upgrade disks with all external connections removed and from a cold boot. The 10.4 disk causes the kernel panic every time. The 10.5 and 10.6 disks do too, if the C or D key is depressed. The upgrade disks will hang in a gray screen (10.6) or pale blue screen (10.5) with no keys depressed--computer keeps running but fails to boot. Also tested the RAM (4 X 512 MB) in different combinations of one pair in the top riser board (and switched risers, and removed lower board completely). All resulted in kernel panics. Next option?
I recently decieded to step into the adventure that is world of warcraft, and I have experienced kernel panics once every two hours or so of playing. I wonder if my ram is sliding out of place, or i should reinstall w.o.w. If it helps any, when I restart my macbook, it tells me a bunch of seemingly random coding as well as mentioning world of warcraft.