kernal panic v.halp

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  1. xenon supra

    xenon supra OT Supporter

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    I've gotten two kernal panics in a row in my brand new mac pro.
    I installed 4gb of kingston RAM after getting the computer, I'm wondering if the RAM is bad or giving me the panics....

    Here is the report, does this mean anything to any of you guys?

     
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    Try memtest osx, it costs like $1.60 to download, but it seems like a good enough program...I just got it yesterday :dunno:
     
  3. jackback52

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    what programs were when you got the kernal panics? it could be software related.

    First, run the MAC hardware test just to be safe. its on the install DVD that came with your mac & its free and will tell if you have a problem (hardware wise). if its not hardware, backup all your important stuff and reinstall the OS.
     

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