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Kernel panicking over & over

Hi guys.

Need help my MacBook Pro keeps rebooting with a kernel panic.

I have tried as much as I can boot in safe mode repairing disk in disk utility from the recovery partition.

I did try to reinstall the OS but it kept kernel panicking when it was downloading.

I have managed to copy & paste the kernel panic report into a note so I can post it if anyone knows how to decipher it.

Most annoying thing is warranty expired in feb & due to family stuff I didn't have the money to take AppleCare.

Help please

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I would still visit an Apple Store and see what they can do to fix it at the genius bar. Sometimes Apple will fix issues like this for free. Make sure your system looks well cared for (clean and in a good case) when you go. I suspect you have a hardware issue here.

  • As the saying goes a clean & sharp looking person will get better service (it holds true for equipment too).

Make sure you have a sad face and ask for an estimate before they fix anything (if they need to take it in).

Let us know what happens - Good Luck!

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Apple store, kernel panicing stuff is not a great thing to DIY.

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Louis - I think this has long been resolved, how about putting your efforts into the newer posts that have not been answered yet.

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