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If an SMC "soft" reset doesn't work using the official method, remove the bottom cover and disconnect the battery for a few minutes. I had issues with a non-existent SD card reader on my 2011 MBP, it wasn't recognised in System Profiler and none of the usual resets would make it work. It wasn't a software issue in my case as booting from an external drive ...
Here is the list of all Apple BT symbols and they meaning. Additional steps: Log in as different user to see if it is your profile related. Start in safe mode to see if other applications are making problems Since you have another major problem with missing BT in sys pref, resetting SMC and PRAM might help. Use Manual method to ON/OFF the BT Type ...
If you want to do it your self, here is a web site that has instructions how to. https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Retina+Display+Late+2013+Teardown/18695
According to your log you have a Razer mouse! Kernel Extensions in backtrace: com.razer.common.razerhid(9.35)[0A917EFD-D323-36E1-AE4A-288047813989]@0xffffff7f8aecd000->0xffffff7f8aee5fff It looks like your Razer mouse and/or its driver caused that panic. That causes the BSD process name corresponding to current thread: WindowServer (the app that ...
Looks like I am not alone - http://breakfree.cc/ After going thought this article I finally know what the problem was - Early-2011 MacBook Pro owners report hardware failures & system crashes http://www.macworld.co.uk/news/mac/widespread-2011-macbook-pro-failures-reported-3497935/ ...
Apple has decided that this is likely a hardware issue (tho they were not able to definitively identify it, they suspected the video card) and has agreed to exchange the unit for a new one.
Run Apple Hardware test to see if it is your RAM. It points out to your GeForce, so disable it to test (use only internal graphics for a while).
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