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You can't restore out of this problem, even with DFU restore. A bug with 64-bit devices renders them ‘bricked’ if you set the date to 1970-1-1. Take your device to an Apple Store for them to reseat the battery, or you can try reseating the battery yourself. The bug is discussed on /r/apple: Changing Time & Date settings to Jan 1, 1970 will permanently ...
I use this model of MBP and, like you, sometimes experience kernel panics when a program tries to use the discrete NVIDIA GPU, rather than the integrated Intel graphics chipset. There is a program called gfxCardStatus (https://gfx.io) which gives the user some control over whether the integrated or discrete graphics are being used. It does not work perfectly ...
I started having this issue tonight and immediately cleared my website data, restarted iPhone, and killed safari from the home screen with no luck. I finally turned off the search engine suggestions, Safari suggestions, and preload top hit and that seemed to fix it. I am, by no means, a tech guru so I have absolutely no explanation for why this happened ...
Narrowed it down to Safari Suggestions. I shut suggestions off and it works fine now.
My assumption solution: Safari is continuously attempting to reload the last session. To resolve this issue go to ~/Library/Saved Application State/ Remove the com.safari... folder and place in the Trash. A second issue could be adware, which created the issue in the first place. Open Safari, which should operate properly after removing the above folder, ...
I'd like to post an update: I have purchased two Corsair 4GB ram sticks. They work perfectly and passed the memory test. It is indeed a memory compatibility issue - My 27" Imac doesn't take 8GB ram sticks! Thank you all for your help!
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