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First thing I would try would be to uninstall Soundflower & see if things improve. I had no end of trouble with it in recent versions, & eventually just learned to live without it. There's a script in the .dmg to uninstall it automatically. If you don't have it, you can get it from ...


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Just guessing: My standard install of OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 doesn't contain the file "/System/Library/Frameworks/AppKit.framework/Versions/C/AppKit.". Please check the following: the currentness of your backup The proper destination of the soft link "Current" in the folder "/System/Library/Frameworks/AppKit.framework/Versions/". It should be ...


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Really, like with all beta software, bugs are to be encountered in the iOS 9 Beta. In fact, that's the point of betas, let certain users find and report bugs so that Apple, or whatever developer, can fix them before the software reaches mainstream adoption. So, unfortunately, all you can really do is report those bugs to Apple, using Feedback Assistant, then ...


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Ugh - Do you know specifically if you used Finder to move a folder within one volume or copy the contents to another volume? If you were copying, boot to recovery and run Disk Utility or power off and run file recovery software like Data Rescue. If you were moving, then finder can't have caused the issue - force quit or not. Look at backing things up ...


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Just in case this helps anyone. I recently added a Samsung SSD to my late 2011 17 Macbook Pro running Yosemite and after a few week I had the same issue. Screen freeze, sometime grey screen with lines and then auto re boot. First thing I tried was putting back the old hard drive and that worked so it must be an issue with the SSD. Annoying because with the ...


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There is a thread on the Apple forum, with a possible solution: Go to "Activity Monitor" - you should see launchd using lots of CPU resources - and I think this is why it's crashing intermittently. The Mac is going nuts trying to launch something which it can't and it finally resets itself. Go to "Console" and look up System Log Queries - All ...


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Try repairing disk permissions and if that doesn't solve the issue then simply reinstall them. Reinstalling the app may fix the problem.


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The kernel extensions in backtrace (look in your dump) point to (possibly) a graphics issue. It could be a damaged driver or you could be having problems with the graphics hardware itself. The fact that it happens intermittently may point to the latter but diagnosing this long distance... well no guarantees. Pitr Pitucha left a comment that leads (just) to ...


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Since your drivers don't include any special one, it's possible from the RAM. If the RAM doesn't reliable, sometimes it will corruption of kernel data then cause these type of issue as well. I had some experience with no stable RAM rather than fault RAM.


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It seems that I've fixed it. I made this steps: Restore /System/Library/Frameworks/WebKit.framework/ from a Time Machine backup. This fixed all the crashes but now is quite impossible to close Safari tabs or the program itself. Reinstall OS X 10.10.5 update. It is available for download here or here as combo update. This fixed everything. As mentioned ...


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You most probably still have the disk partitioned in the GPT, but there are no partitions on the disk any more. This has happened to me twice when trying to remove the Boot Camp partition. You have to compare the output of diskutil list disk0 and sudo gpt show disk0 to see which partitions are still in the GPT, but are marked as unused. Then you'll have to ...


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Delete all of the following browser extensions that you find: Searchme, Slick Savings, Amazon Shopping Assistant, Ebay Shopping Assistant, Domain Error Assistant. (See Identifications > Examine Browser Extensions for instructions on how to locate your browser extensions.) Not all of these may be present in all browsers. Move the following items to the ...


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If your issue appeared with 10.10.3, I am 98% certain it is a bug in OS X Yosemite, introduced with the 10.10.3 update and related to Intel HD 4000 GPUs. Welcome aboard. The kernel panics are totally erratic, some users have also graphics glitches like you describe. The only common feature is having an Intel HD 4000 GPU. However, your case seems more severe ...


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The same GPUReset problem occurs on the 15" macbooks too though, and there disabling the HD4000 fixes the issue.


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The problem is not with the track changes and comments but how Word tries to display them: in a Balloon... Luckily there is a simple solution: Word -> Preferences -> Track Changes -> "Use balloons to display changes" remove the tickmark from here. You can still see the changes inside text by checking the colors and use Review tab -> ...


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First off, congratulations on upgrading to a Mac, I'm a Windows "switcher", too, and will never go back. Secondly, as far as reinstalling a fresh copy of OS X (pronounced oh-es-ten NOT oh-es-ex) you will want to turn your MacBook off, then turn it back on, but while holding the Option key. Release it when you see two icons of hard drives, whatever you named ...


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The basic troubleshooting question is: When was the last time it wasn't having the kernel panic? What has changed on the system since then? Usually some new piece of software has been downloaded and installed (wittingly or un-wittingly, or perhaps by someone else using the machine, without your knowledge), or some new peripheral has been connected to the ...


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Those logs show it was Google drive and Google Chrome creating the problem. I would say nothing physically wrong with your RAM hardware, since both panic reports point to Google. BSD process name corresponding to current thread: Google Drive BSD process name corresponding to current thread: Google Chrome He Maybe you reinstall Google Drive (or disable ...


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I recommend you install the OS X 10.10.4 Update as it contains a significant number of fixes, especially in networking and wireless. After that: Does it crash if you boot into Safe Mode by holding down the Shift key immediately after startup? Does it still crash if you create a new user and log in with that account? Have you booted into Recovery Mode ...


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The first thing I would check would be the RAM, either swap it out for known working memory or just re-seat it.


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I found a solution to hide the problematic drivers to update automatically in windows 10. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3073930 Now my windows 10 is working fine.


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Please consider creating a backup first. Shutdown your mac and restart it in safe mode (on + shift). Check the HDD for defects - disk utility will be sufficient for a quick check up. read the other comments and do updates. From your logfile i guess it might be the ram - the other options are quick to check for free so do it first. Replace ram if necessary!


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Worked for me. I did have trouble finding the library because it was hidden.


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This is not a problem with the GPU. The report says, this was an issue with: com.apple.WebKit WebKit is the "software" Safari uses to render / draw the webpage. This seems to be a problem originating in the OS X graphics frameworks meaning this a software problem. This could be a bug in Safari or something might be causing it. I recommend using ...


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That log does not show problems with the GPU. The problems come from the Browser you are using (Safari). First try watching without headphones plugged in. Next, try using different browser (Firefox, Chrome...) To verify the GPU is fine, play a video that you downloaded (from your Hard-drive). If above is correct, lets fix your Safari or stay with ...


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You may qualify for the MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program. See this for more information https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/


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Try disabling either the GPU or the integrated graphics card driver: http://blog.b-nm.at/2015/08/03/macbook-pro-gpu-problems-gpureset-freezing/


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OSX 10.10 When you want to quit first close (hit the red circle) on all the windows/documents that the app has open. Then Quit the app. I have several windows/documents (in textedit) that I leave open when I quit, so they will open when I reopen the app, it works with most OSX 10.10 apps. I use them as a sort of note pad, NOTE: if the system crashes you ...


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First try 'verify disk permissions' using Disk utility and verify/repair disk. Also, have you tried with Apple Hardware Test? The instructions for Hardware Test are detailed here: Using Apple Hardware Test


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Start by increasing the log level of launchd. Maybe the logs can tell you more about what happens right before launchd crashes. sudo launchctl log level info The available log levels are: debug, info, notice, warning, error, critical, alert and emergency. I believe the default level is error.


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The crash report suggests Spigot software is the problem. Removing Spigot The Safe Mac provide instructions for removing this software, Adware Removal Guide : Spigot: Spigot is an adware company responsible for a number of different adware programs. At one time, CNET’s Download.com site was wrapping a lot of Mac software in a CNET Installer that also ...



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