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frequent crashes/ panic report

MacBook Pro 15" 2.2GHz i7 (late 2011) OS-X Sierra

My system frequently crashes! The crash report states:

  • panic (cpu 2 caller Oxffffff802d2065ea): Kernel trap at Oxffffff802d109a7a,type 13=general protection

I have only included the 1st few lines of panic report...

Can anyone help and resolve as to why this may be happening?

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Was this happening just sitting within the OS doing nothing but booting up or were you running an app? What was the app.

How much RAM and have you trying re-installing the OS yet?

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hi thx

no i was busy using itunes in background while on microsoft office( word/ excel)

i have no reinstalled osx yet

should i reinstal osx as my 1 st step

i have just opened it up and checked all SATA connection on the SSD as well as making sure the RAM connections are in place firmly

Everything you inside is dust free/ cleaned

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piet, before reinstall the OS X, try booting into safe mode.

this is done by holding SHIFT down on the keyboard while turing the computer on or restarting the mac. Once in safe mode, use disk utility to perform a fill scan and repair of the hard drive. Safe mode also cleanly rebuilds your caches, so when you restart, try what you were doing again to see if the kernel panics disappear.

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Hi

thx

i have done that and will see how it goes

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I have the same problem and it’s driving me INSANE.

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Hi,

I am not sure what provokes your crashes, but the 2011 Model and other models from 2010 have graphics problems, where it would crash suddenly and reboot. It gives a kernel panic situation. Check out the following:

https://youtu.be/DzcgT_fiVTA

https://youtu.be/X7r7jEEpbao

MacBook Pro Mid 2010 Shuts down and restarts randomly while plugged in

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piet zal eeuwig dankbaar zijn.
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