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Senior developer at Object Consulting specialising in various front end technologies such as Silverlight/WPF/HTML/Javascript etc...


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accepted How to deal with WindowServer kernel panics, three NVIDIA-related KEXTs in the backtrace, whilst using Google Chrome?
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comment How to deal with WindowServer kernel panics, three NVIDIA-related KEXTs in the backtrace, whilst using Google Chrome?
mainly just random web browsing, most of the time (using Chrome)
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comment How to deal with WindowServer kernel panics, three NVIDIA-related KEXTs in the backtrace, whilst using Google Chrome?
just an update, I have switched to the integrated graphics, and so far no crashes...
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comment How to deal with WindowServer kernel panics, three NVIDIA-related KEXTs in the backtrace, whilst using Google Chrome?
Thanks for the ideas, I will have a go at that. I really hope its not hardware, big inconvenience...
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comment How to fix a MacBook Pro display that turns off?
Thanks Neil. 1. Yep all fine on others, 2. Not apple Dell, how can I check the drivers? I have checked for updates and there are none so far, 3. no changes that I know of, 4. no errors, just switches off both the monitor and my laptop, after which the laptop seems to be 100% unresponsive, 5. Its got a fan, its been a great monitor, but since the laptop also turns off I don't think its an issue with the monitor, 6. It hasn't happened so far on the windows bootcamp. Where can I check for logs etc.?
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comment How to fix a MacBook Pro display that turns off?
sorry for being vague, when it happens there is no error, simply just switches off both on the external (non-apple) monitor and the laptop also screns also turns off. At this point on the external monitor I do get the "no signal" message and the laptop "seems" to be unresponsive.
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