Kernel Panic Error on Mac OS X Mountain Lion

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I'm running Mac OS X Mountain Lion. I am getting a kernel panic error when I restarted my computer. As far as I remember, I shut it down properly the last time I used it without any issues. But when I opened it today, it has an error. And then when it restarted, the same error will just showed up. How can I fix this?

You shut down your computer because of a problem.

If you want to open the applications that were open when you shut down, click Open.

If you do nothing, the computer will continue the login in 56 seconds.

Cancel     Open

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Kernel Panic Error on Mac OS X Mountain Lion


To fix this issue, try the troubleshooting methods below:

1. Restart your computer in Safe Mode. If it works, select Apple menu> Software Update. Download and install the latest updates for your computer.

2. Uninstall the plug-ins or any software foe enhancement on your Mac even if its not from Apple.

3. Reset the PRAM.

4. Repair the Startup disk.

5. Disconnect all the USB devices connected to your PC except for the keybard and mouse.

6. Use Apple Diagnostics or the Apple Hardware Test.


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