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For a few days non, I am getting several kernel panics (message saying must restart) and applications like Entourage and Safari often quit. I have: - zapped pram - rebuilt power mangager - redone permissions - done SOS -did a fsck -y - ran Virex -un plugged all peripherals including my macally pc usb card nothing helps I think, not sure, that the problem started after running MacJanitor. I will reinstall the OS, before, is there sth else I can try, preferences to trash, etc.? I'm afraid it might be faulty ram or mother board, hoping not. Have a PB ...

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    Default kernel.pan.applic.quit.10.2.6

    For a few days non, I am getting several kernel panics (message saying must
    restart) and applications like Entourage and Safari often quit.

    I have:

    - zapped pram
    - rebuilt power mangager
    - redone permissions
    - done SOS
    -did a fsck -y
    - ran Virex
    -un plugged all peripherals including my macally pc usb card

    nothing helps

    I think, not sure, that the problem started after running MacJanitor.

    I will reinstall the OS, before, is there sth else I can try, preferences to
    trash, etc.?

    I'm afraid it might be faulty ram or mother board, hoping not.

    Have a PB WallstreeT, 512 ram.

    Thanks.
    DS

    Donald Smith Guest

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    Default Re: kernel.pan.applic.quit.10.2.6

    Le 25/06/03 00:16, dans [email]3EF8CDBA.1010007excite.com[/email], «johnny bobby bee»
    <steporeexcite.com> a écrit:
    > Donald Smith wrote:
    >> For a few days non, I am getting several kernel panics (message saying must
    >> restart) and applications like Entourage and Safari often quit.
    >>
    >> I have:
    >>
    >> - zapped pram
    >> - rebuilt power mangager
    >> - redone permissions
    >> - done SOS
    >> -did a fsck -y
    >> - ran Virex
    >> -un plugged all peripherals including my macally pc usb card
    >>
    >> nothing helps
    >>
    >
    > have you tried logging in as another user?
    >
    how do I do this?

    Thanks.

    DS

    Donald Smith Guest

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    Default Re: kernel.pan.applic.quit.10.2.6

    Donald Smith wrote:
    >>>I have:
    >>>
    >>>- zapped pram
    >>>- rebuilt power mangager
    >>>- redone permissions
    >>>- done SOS
    >>>-did a fsck -y
    >>>- ran Virex
    >>>-un plugged all peripherals including my macally pc usb card
    >>>
    >>>nothing helps
    >>>
    >>
    >>have you tried logging in as another user?
    >>
    >
    > how do I do this?
    >
    if you don't already have one - create another user. (system preferences
    - accounts - new user)
    then log yourself out and log in as that other user.
    see if it still happens.
    it's a bit of a long shot.

    how did you manage everything else listed above?

    johnny bobby bee Guest

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    Default Re: kernel.pan.applic.quit.10.2.6

    Le 25/06/03 09:34, dans [email]3EF95070.6070009excite.com[/email], «johnny bobby bee»
    <steporeexcite.com> a écrit:
    > Donald Smith wrote:
    >>>> I have:
    >>>>
    >>>> - zapped pram
    >>>> - rebuilt power mangager
    >>>> - redone permissions
    >>>> - done SOS
    >>>> -did a fsck -y
    >>>> - ran Virex
    >>>> -un plugged all peripherals including my macally pc usb card
    >>>>
    >>>> nothing helps
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>> have you tried logging in as another user?
    >>>
    >>
    >> how do I do this?
    >>
    >
    > if you don't already have one - create another user. (system preferences
    > - accounts - new user)
    > then log yourself out and log in as that other user.
    > see if it still happens.
    > it's a bit of a long shot.
    >
    > how did you manage everything else listed above?
    >
    from what I can see, the symptoms I have are typical of faulty ram and
    sometimes faulty board, I just replaced the top ram of 256 with a 128 from
    my wife's ibook, it is compatible, computer is running, but it is too early
    to see if this was the culprit

    if I still crash and get these kernel things, I will out the 128 in the
    bottom slot, a bit more difficult, have to take out the processor card, but
    think I can do it, I will post back

    Donald Smith Guest

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