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Feb 8, 2011 3:10 PM
Greetings,

Over the last few days I've started experiencing a very troubling and most bizarre problem with my MacPro. Essentially, I'll be working on something and then all of the sudden the screen goes blue. A few seconds later the screen comes back and it's as though the machine has restarted. All my work is gone and all apps are closed and then all of my startup items start going through their cycles.

I've seen that some others have experienced a few similar problems, but they're experiencing full restarts not the blue screen syndrome that I'm going through. Has anyone else encountered this?

Here's what my console log is saying around the moment of the occurence:

2/8/11 3:39:37 PM mDNSResponder[18] Double NAT (external NAT gateway address 192.168.15.2 is also a private RFC 1918 address)
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM Finder[8605] HIToolbox: received notification of WindowServer event port death.
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM Finder[8605] port matched the WindowServer port created in BindCGSToRunLoop
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM Mail[8838] HIToolbox: received notification of WindowServer event port death.
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM TuneConnect[8671] HIToolbox: received notification of WindowServer event port death.
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM Mail[8838] port matched the WindowServer port created in BindCGSToRunLoop
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[8643]) Exited with exit code: 1
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM CS5ServiceManager[8719] HIToolbox: received notification of WindowServer event port death.
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM LMIGUIAgent[8641] HIToolbox: received notification of WindowServer event port death.
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM WebKitPluginHost[8910] HIToolbox: received notification of WindowServer event port death.
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM CS5ServiceManager[8719] port matched the WindowServer port created in BindCGSToRunLoop
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM LMIGUIAgent[8641] port matched the WindowServer port created in BindCGSToRunLoop
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[8641] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager sessionTerminating
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[8641] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager DisplayServer stop
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[8641] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager DisplayServer close
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[8641] WINLOG - 7 GUIAgent DisplayServerStopped.Sent[8641]
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM /System/Library/CoreServices/loginwindow.app/Contents/MacOS/loginwindow[9042] Login Window Application Started
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.apple.Dock.agent[8603]) Exited with exit code: 1
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[8641] Session - Error occured:read errno: (9) Bad file descriptor
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[8641] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager Connection closed
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[8641] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager Closing DisplayServer
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[8641] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager DisplayServer close
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[8641] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager Exiting
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM WacomTabletDriver[8639] HIToolbox: received notification of WindowServer event port death.
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM WacomTabletDriver[8639] port matched the WindowServer port created in BindCGSToRunLoop
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.apple.WindowServer[8567]) Job appears to have crashed: Segmentation fault
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.wacom.wacomtablet[8639]) Exited with exit code: 255
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.apple.ReportCrash.Root[9041] 2011-02-08 15:40:52.710 ReportCrash[9041:2903] Saved crash report for WindowServer[8567] version ??? (???) to /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/WindowServer2011-02-08-154052localhost.crash
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.apple.SecurityServer[29] Session 0x4037e5 created
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.apple.SecurityServer[29] Session 0x4037e5 attributes 0x30
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.logmein.logmeinguiagent) Unknown key for boolean: UseLMILaunchAgentFixer
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052] WINLOG - 6 Main LMIGUIAgent started:9052 uid:0 (parent:1 launchd)
2/8/11 3:40:52 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052] WINLOG - 6 Main LMIGUIAgent waiting for window server connection
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager SessionAgentStarted
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM loginwindow[9042] Login Window Started Security Agent
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[8641]) Exited with exit code: 1
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM TabletDriver[9051] Finish launching /Library/Application Support/Tablet/WacomTabletDriver.app/Contents/Resources/TabletDriver.app
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.wacom.wacomtablet[9051] TabletDriver[9051]: Finish launching /Library/Application Support/Tablet/WacomTabletDriver.app/Contents/Resources/TabletDriver.app
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM SecurityAgent[9064] User info context values set for daemian
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM SecurityAgent[9064] Login Window login proceeding
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM SecurityAgent[9064] Login Window done
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM loginwindow[9042] Login Window - Returned from Security Agent
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM loginwindow[9042] USER_PROCESS: 9042 console
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager sessionTerminating
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager DisplayServer stop
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager DisplayServer close
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052] WINLOG - 7 GUIAgent DisplayServerStopped.Sent[9052]
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.apple.UserEventAgent-LoginWindow[9047] ALF error: cannot find useragent 1102
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.apple.UserEventAgent-LoginWindow[9047] plugin.UserEventAgentFactory: called with typeID=FC86416D-6164-2070-726F-70735C216EC0
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052] Session - Error occured:read errno: (9) Bad file descriptor
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager Connection closed
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager Closing DisplayServer
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager DisplayServer close
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager Exiting
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.apple.launchctl.Aqua[9065] launchctl: Please convert the following to launchd: /etc/machinit_peruser.d/com.adobe.SwitchBoard.monitor.plist
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.marketcircle.daylite.pidclear) Unknown key: LaunchOnlyOnce
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.marketcircle.daylite.pidclear) Unknown key: RunAtLoad
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.logmein.logmeingui) Unknown key for boolean: UseLMILaunchAgentFixer
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.logmein.logmeinguiagent) Unknown key for boolean: UseLMILaunchAgentFixer
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.apple.ReportCrash) Falling back to default Mach exception handler. Could not find: com.apple.ReportCrash.Self
2/8/11 3:40:53 PM com.apple.launchctl.Aqua[9065] com.apple.FolderActions.folders: Already loaded
2/8/11 3:40:54 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9052]) Exited with exit code: 1
2/8/11 3:40:59 PM com.apple.notifyd[12] EV_DELETE failed for file watcher 43
2/8/11 3:40:59 PM com.apple.notifyd[12] EV_DELETE failed for file watcher 39
2/8/11 3:40:59 PM com.apple.notifyd[12] EV_DELETE failed for file watcher 38
2/8/11 3:40:59 PM com.apple.notifyd[12] EV_DELETE failed for file watcher 37
2/8/11 3:40:59 PM com.apple.notifyd[12] EV_DELETE failed for file watcher 35
2/8/11 3:40:59 PM com.apple.notifyd[12] EV_DELETE failed for file watcher 42
2/8/11 3:40:59 PM com.apple.notifyd[12] EV_DELETE failed for file watcher 36
2/8/11 3:40:59 PM com.apple.notifyd[12] EV_DELETE failed for file watcher 41
2/8/11 3:41:00 PM SystemUIServer[9074] MenuCracker 2.0 (/Library/PreferencePanes/MenuMeters.prefPane/Contents/Resources/MenuCracker.me nu)
See http://sourceforge.net/projects/menucracker
MenuCracker is now loaded. Ready to accept new menu extras. Ignore the failure message that follows.
2/8/11 3:41:00 PM SystemUIServer[9074] failed to instantiate and get the principal class of bundle: NSBundle </Library/PreferencePanes/MenuMeters.prefPane/Contents/Resources/MenuCracker.me nu> (loaded)
2/8/11 3:41:00 PM SystemUIServer[9074] MenuCracker: Allowing "MenuMeterCPUExtra".
2/8/11 3:41:00 PM SystemUIServer[9074] MenuMeterCPU loaded.
2/8/11 3:41:00 PM SystemUIServer[9074] MenuCracker: Allowing "MenuMeterDiskExtra".
2/8/11 3:41:00 PM SystemUIServer[9074] MenuMeterDisk loaded.
2/8/11 3:41:00 PM SystemUIServer[9074] MenuCracker: Allowing "MenuMeterMemExtra".
2/8/11 3:41:00 PM SystemUIServer[9074] MenuMeterMem loaded.
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.micromat.TechToolProAgent[9117]) posix_spawn("/Library/PreferencePanes/TechTool Protection.prefPane/Contents/PlugIns/TechToolProAgent.app/Contents/MacOS/TechTo olProAgent", ...): No such file or directory
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.micromat.TechToolProAgent[9117]) Exited with exit code: 1
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM LogMeInGUI[9119] LogMeIn GUI started
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] Started from launchd (as a LaunchAgent)!
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] RegisterToLoginHook!
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9118] WINLOG - 6 Main LMIGUIAgent started:9118 uid:501 (parent:160 launchd)
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9118] WINLOG - 6 Main LMIGUIAgent waiting for window server connection
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.xrite.device.message[9114] [9114:-1598659264] - __XRDeviceCenterInit
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.xrite.device.message[9114] [9114:-1598659264] - XRDeviceNotificationCenterInit
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.xrite.device.message[9114] [9114:-1598659264] - XRDeviceNotificationCenterAddObserver
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.xrite.device.message[9114] [9114:-1598659264] - XRDeviceNotificationCenterAddObserver
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.xrite.device.message[9114] [9114:-1598659264] - XRDeviceNotificationCenterAddObserver
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.apple.FolderActions.folders) Bug: launchdcorelogic.c:4598 (24498):2
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.apple.FolderActions.folders) Path monitoring failed on "/Users/daemian/Current Projects/Action Dumps & file exports/JPEGS/PSD file layouts": No such file or directory
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.apple.FolderActions.folders) Bug: launchdcorelogic.c:4598 (24498):2
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.apple.FolderActions.folders) Path monitoring failed on "/Users/daemian/Current Projects/Action Dumps & file exports/JPEGS": No such file or directory
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] Started LMILaunchAgentFixer!
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM LogMeInGUI[9119] Config watcher thread started
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM LogMeInGUI[9119] applicationDidFinishLaunching
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] <CFBasicHash 0x3100230 [0xa022eec0]>{type = immutable dict, count = 11,
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] entries =>
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] 0 : <CFString 0x3100050 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSSessionAuditIDKey"} = <CFNumber 0x31000a0 [0xa022eec0]>{value = +100000, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] 1 : <CFString 0x31001b0 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSSessionGroupIDKey"} = <CFNumber 0x3100200 [0xa022eec0]>{value = +20, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] 2 : <CFString 0x31002c0 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSSessionOnConsoleKey"} = <CFBoolean 0xa022f800 [0xa022eec0]>{value = true}
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] 5 : <CFString 0x3100450 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSessionLoginDoneKey"} = <CFBoolean 0xa022f800 [0xa022eec0]>{value = true}
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] 6 : <CFString 0x31003c0 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSSessionUserNameKey"} = <CFString 0x3100410 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "daemian"}
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] 12 : <CFString 0x31004a0 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSessionLongUserNameKey"} = <CFString 0x31004f0 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "Daemian Smith"}
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] 13 : <CFString 0x3100260 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSSessionLoginwindowSafeLogin"} = <CFBoolean 0xa022f808 [0xa022eec0]>{value = false}
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] 14 : <CFString 0x3100310
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSSessionSystemSafeBoot"} = <CFBoolean 0xa022f808 [0xa022eec0]>{value = false}
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] 15 : <CFString 0x3100160 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSSessionConsoleSetKey"} = <CFNumber 0x112200 [0xa022eec0]>{value = +0, type = kCFNumberSInt32Type}
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] 16 : <CFString 0x3100360 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSSessionUserIDKey"} = <CFNumber 0x31003b0 [0xa022eec0]>{value = +501, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] 19 : <CFString 0x3100530 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kSCSecuritySessionID"} = <CFNumber 0x3100580 [0xa022eec0]>{value = +4208613, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] }
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM LMILaunchAgentFixer[9145] Started from login window!
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] Window server connection!
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] com.logmein.LMILaunchAgentFixer: Already loaded
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (com.apple.Kerberos.renew.plist[9110]) Exited with exit code: 1
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.501[160] (0x1023000c0.mach_init.switchboard.sh) Failed to check-in!
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM LMILaunchAgentFixer[9145] RegisterToLoginHook!
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM LMILaunchAgentFixer[9120] LaucnhAgents launched correcty this time, registered
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM LogMeInGUI[9119] remoteControl:INACTIVE
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM LogMeInGUI[9119] processLine:ACCESSMASK: 18446743936270597119
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM com.logmein.logmeinguiagent[9118] WINLOG - 7 SessionManager SessionAgentStarted
2/8/11 3:41:01 PM SMARTReporter[9142] Drive: 'OWC Mercury Extreme Pro SSD (BOOT + WORK & SCRATCH | MXE12010E33A3502 | disk2)' Status: SMARTOK (S.M.A.R.T. condition not exceeded, drive OK)
2/8/11 3:41:02 PM Butler[9134] loaded applications cache
2/8/11 3:41:02 PM [0x0-0x157157].net.tuneconnect.TuneConnect[9143] objc[9143]: Class EMInternetKeychainItem is implemented in both /Applications/TuneConnect.app/Contents/MacOS/TuneConnect and /Applications/TuneConnect.app/Contents/PlugIns/Last.fm.tcplugin/Contents/MacOS/ Last.fm. One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined.
2/8/11 3:41:02 PM [0x0-0x157157].net.tuneconnect.TuneConnect[9143] objc[9143]: Class EMGenericKeychainItem is implemented in both /Applications/TuneConnect.app/Contents/MacOS/TuneConnect and /Applications/TuneConnect.app/Contents/PlugIns/Last.fm.tcplugin/Contents/MacOS/ Last.fm. One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined.
2/8/11 3:41:02 PM [0x0-0x157157].net.tuneconnect.TuneConnect[9143] objc[9143]: Class EMKeychainItem is implemented in both /Applications/TuneConnect.app/Contents/MacOS/TuneConnect and /Applications/TuneConnect.app/Contents/PlugIns/Last.fm.tcplugin/Contents/MacOS/ Last.fm. One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined.
2/8/11 3:41:02 PM [0x0-0x157157].net.tuneconnect.TuneConnect[9143] objc[9143]: Class EMKeychainProxy is implemented in both /Applications/TuneConnect.app/Contents/MacOS/TuneConnect and /Applications/TuneConnect.app/Contents/PlugIns/Last.fm.tcplugin/Contents/MacOS/ Last.fm. One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined.
2/8/11 3:41:02 PM SMARTReporter[9142] Drive: 'Hitachi HDS722020ALA330 ( | JK1101YAKDDGTV | disk1)' Status: SMARTOK (S.M.A.R.T. condition not exceeded, drive OK)
2/8/11 3:41:02 PM Facebook Notifications[9136] appcast loaded. your version: 0.58, loaded versions: 0.58, 0.57, 0.56, 0.55
2/8/11 3:41:02 PM Facebook Notifications[9136] fb connect success
2/8/11 3:41:02 PM SMARTReporter[9142] Drive: 'Hitachi HDS722020ALA330 ( | JK1101YAKDPDEV | disk0)' Status: SMARTOK (S.M.A.R.T. condition not exceeded, drive OK)
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM Butler[9134] updated abbreviations cache (enabled)
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM Butler[9134] updated applications cache
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM Butler[9134] updated abbreviations cache (enabled)
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x14e14e].com.EIZO.ColorNavigator_Agent[9132] objc[9132]: Class CNMeasurementDeviceFactory is implemented in both /Applications/Utilities/ColorNavigator Agent.app/Contents/MacOS/../Frameworks/CNMediator.framework/Versions/A/CNMediat or and /Applications/Utilities/ColorNavigator Agent.app/Contents/Frameworks/MeasurementDevice/CNG2Sensor.bundle/Contents/MacO S/CNG2Sensor. One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined.
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x14e14e].com.EIZO.ColorNavigator_Agent[9132] objc[9132]: Class CNMeasurementDevice is implemented in both /Applications/Utilities/ColorNavigator Agent.app/Contents/MacOS/../Frameworks/CNMediator.framework/Versions/A/CNMediat or and /Applications/Utilities/ColorNavigator Agent.app/Contents/Frameworks/MeasurementDevice/CNG2Sensor.bundle/Contents/MacO S/CNG2Sensor. One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined.
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM LMILaunchAgentFixer[9145] Started LMILaunchAgentFixer!
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] <CFBasicHash 0x1e002
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] 30 [0xa022eec0]>{type = immutable dict, count = 11,
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] entries =>
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] 0 : <CFString 0x1e00050 [
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] 0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSSessionAuditIDKey"} = <CFNumber 0x1e00070 [0xa0
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] 22eec0]>{value = +100000, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] 1 : <C
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] FString 0x1e001b0 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSSessionGroupIDKey"} = <CFNumber 0
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] x1e00200 [0xa022eec0]>{value = +20, type = kCFNumberSInt
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] 64Type}
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] 2 : <CFString 0x1e002c0 [0xa022eec0]>{co
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] ntents = "kCGSSessionOnConsoleKey"} = <CFBoolean 0xa022f800 [0xa022eec0]>{valu
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] e = true}
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] 5 : <CFString 0x1e00450 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGS
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] essionLoginDoneKey"} = <CFBoolean 0xa022f800 [0xa022eec0]>{value
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] = true}
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] 6 : <CFString 0x1e003c0 [0xa022e
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] ec0]>{contents = "kCGSSessionUserNameKey"} = <CFString 0x1e00410 [0x
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] a022eec0]>{contents = "daemian"}
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] 12 : <CFStr
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] ing 0x1e004a0 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "kCGSessionLongUserNameKey"
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] } = <CFString 0x1e004f0 [0xa022eec0]>{contents = "Daemian Smith"}
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM [0x0-0x159159].com.logmein.LMILaunchAgent[9145] 13 :
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2/8/11 3:41:03 PM LMILaunchAgentFixer[9145] Window server connection!
2/8/11 3:41:03 PM LMILaunchAgentFixer[9145] Already running!
2/8/11 3:41:07 PM Drobo Dashboard[9139] Warning [ShowAlert] Yellow Warning, Drobo is running low on free space.
2/8/11 3:41:13 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.wacom.wacomtablet[9051]) Exit timeout elapsed (20 seconds). Killing
2/8/11 3:41:13 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.wacom.wacomtablet[9051]) Job has overstayed its welcome. Forcing removal.
2/8/11 3:41:13 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.wacom.wacomtablet) Bug: launchdcorelogic.c:1114 (24498):0
2/8/11 3:41:15 PM TabletDriver[9116] Finish launching /Library/Application Support/Tablet/WacomTabletDriver.app/Contents/Resources/TabletDriver.app
2/8/11 3:41:15 PM com.wacom.wacomtablet[9116] TabletDriver[9116]: Finish launching /Library/Application Support/Tablet/WacomTabletDriver.app/Contents/Resources/TabletDriver.app
2/8/11 3:41:24 PM hdiejectd[9199] running



All help is most appreciated.

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3.2 GHz Quad-Core Xeon, Mac OS X (10.6.6), 16GB RAM
  • CMCSK Level 6 Level 6 (10,200 points)
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    Feb 8, 2011 3:32 PM (in response to Daemian)
    *Disconnect all peripherals from your computer.* Safe Boot by restarting your computer while holding down the "shift" key. Safe booting disables all nonessential processes, often times allowing you to start up when you would otherwise crash.

    As of OS X 10.5.6 Safe Boot deletes the dynamic loader shared cache location in the /var/db/dyld directory. A corrupt cache here can cause the blue screen crash. Once you restart normally, the cache will be recreated. This should take care of the issue.


    http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1564

    http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1455
    Mac OS X (10.6.6)
  • farmboy Calculating status...
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    May 31, 2011 7:30 AM (in response to Daemian)

    Daemian–I'm curious as to whether CMCSK's suggestion resolved the issue you were experiencing, as I have been battling this same intermittent log-out issue for a good month or so. Some days it happens 2-3 times, other times it may only happen every 2-3 days, but I have to log-in, just as you describe.

     

    Thanks.
    JMc

  • macinfomo Calculating status...
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    Jun 8, 2011 9:13 AM (in response to Daemian)

    Have the same probleme here with my MacBook Pro 2.2 GHz (C2D, Santa Rosa), Mac OS X 10.6.7. My MacBook Pro showed the nvidia-graphics (black display) failure and therefore got it's motherboard replaced.

     

    The sudden blue-screen logout crash mostly happens when working with video-intensive programs, like a lot of Flash videos opened in various Safari tabs, etc. But it does also happen in cases when Flash isn't involved.

     

    My MBP crashes about up to 3 times a day on me with those symptoms:

     

    - all apps seem to hang

    - no user input is possible, besides moving mouse pointer

    - after that all is on halt, blue screen appears

    - system does re-login with finder restart and all apps/documents that were opened before got closed without chance to save anything in front of that event

     

    I can't remember that I encountered this problem on systems prior to OS X 10.6.x.

     

    Summarizing other threads I've read so far, the culprit should be in some relation to the "WindowServer" process.

     

    I did also try the Safe Boot method, but that didn't solve the issue for me.

  • farmboy Level 2 Level 2 (175 points)
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    Jun 8, 2011 9:48 AM (in response to macinfomo)

    @macinfomo sums the "sudden blue-screen" symptom very nicely. It does seem to be something closely related to video-intensive processes. I'm also running a bit of a deductive test to see if this problem may be somehow related to NeoOffice, as I don't know that I've seen the "SBS" when NeoOffice has been closed. Is there anyone on here having this problem who does not use NeoOffice? A quick search about NeoOffice and Window Server took me to this NeoOffice forum post, which I wonder if may be related? http://trinity.neooffice.org/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=61728 …maybe there's no connection.

  • Barky6 Calculating status...
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    Jun 27, 2011 9:04 PM (in response to farmboy)

    Hi all, I've spent hours trying to find a fix for this problem, but there are no true fixes apparent (i've tried all suggested in posts and I still get at least one Windowserver crash a day).   I believe its something deep in OSX, and something that Apple must know about but isn't  willing to fess up about and spend $$ to resolve in Snow Leopard.  I'm guessing they've fixed it in Lion so I'm willing to bet the 30 bucks or so and give it a try, although I'm not impressed with Apple's response to this issue.   This is a fatal osx bug that they simply should have fixed a long time ago.  

    MacBook Pro 15, Mac OS X (10.6.7), 2.2 GHz, 4GB memory Intel Core 2 Duo
  • nimai_pandit Calculating status...
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    Jul 1, 2011 10:09 PM (in response to Daemian)

    Sudden-Random-Spontaneous blue screen flashes then I see the login screen. Lose all work. All apps shut down and logged out and the login screen appears.

     

    This has happened twice while browsing on safari and once on firefox and once on Google Chrome and twice while using iTunes and Pathfinder. Extremely random and can not seem to be intentionally duplicated.

     

    I recently bought my first Macbook Pro 3 months ago. I am severely disappointed. Now my 90 day phone coverage is over and I must pay $349 for the “apple protection plan” to get any service (but who will protect me from apple?).

     

    It is true I have a lot of apps installed and there are lots of factors involved, but although there is a problem both the service center and the phone service refuse to help (unless, of course, I have the “protection plan” but how far does the “protection” go?).

     

    Macbook Pro 15”

     

    Mac OSX 10.6.8

     

    Processor: 2 GHz intel core i7

     

    Memory: 8 GB 1333 MHz DDR3

     

    I think the sudden blue screen and logout is happening because of the peripherals. Lately I have had firewire and usb external hard drives plugged in because that is where I keep my iTunes libraries and lately I have been doing work with the external hard drives.

     

    1. I did the “hold opt-CMD- P- R while restarting” to redo the memory.
    2. I restarted in safe mode and that seemed to work for a day.
    3. I did the onyx.app clean scenario
    4. I am thinking about doing a clean install and start over again.
  • wa1oui Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)
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    Jul 5, 2011 4:24 AM (in response to nimai_pandit)

    I just started having the same problem...  blue screen, then a login screen. I'm using a MacBook, no peripherals, and have been in mail or Firefox... I keep thinking it's a keystroke, but it might be unlikely for me to hit the same combination in 3-4 different sessions this morning.

  • Bunnyslippers Calculating status...
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    Jul 7, 2011 10:49 AM (in response to wa1oui)

    For me, the audio utility "Boom" was the culprit. Since uninstalling it, I haven't had a single incident of spontaneous logout. If you're running "Boom" see this discussion.

  • nimai_pandit Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
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    Jul 18, 2011 2:27 AM (in response to Bunnyslippers)

    Happened again: I did a complete erase and reinstall and I have slowly added the most essential apps. I installed Devonthink, pathfinder, launchbar… and when I installed “Blast” I went to enter the serial number and immediately it showed the blue screen and logged out! So, I immediately uninstalled “Blast” using appcleaner.

  • nimai_pandit Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
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    Jul 28, 2011 1:29 AM (in response to Bunnyslippers)

    Seems like Boom was the culprit Bunnyslippers!

     

    Blast and Boom are from the same company so I had Blast and Boom uninstalled ~ but now testing Boom Beta and the developers should visit these threads soon.

  • Bunnyslippers Level 1 Level 1 (55 points)
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    Jul 28, 2011 6:34 AM (in response to nimai_pandit)

    It was, indeed! It's now been three weeks since I uninstalled Boom on both my Macs, and neither one has had the problem, which was previously occurring on a daily basis. I'm very pleased to have found the answer in these discussions. Has anyone alerted the developers of the product to these threads?

  • nimai_pandit Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
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    Jul 28, 2011 7:01 AM (in response to Bunnyslippers)

    Hey Bunnyslippers, I notified Boom developers and gave them the links to 5 different threads addressing this issue. But I wonder if everyone on all those different threads had Boom installed.

  • Barky6 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
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    Jul 28, 2011 10:33 AM (in response to nimai_pandit)

    I admire all you sleuths out there, trying to find out which 3rd party app is the culprit, and investing effort in removing the app, doing full erase / reinstalls, safe boots etc. etc.

     

    I don't have boom installed, safe boot doesn't stop continued blue screen logouts, erase/reinstall does nothing, Lion doesn't provide relief and I'm at the end of my rope on this.  The bottom line:  third party apps should NOT crash the OS...  Or put it a bit differently: a robust OS should NOT allow a third party app to crash the system.  In fact, I've had this happen when NO third party apps are installed and all I'm using is Safari and Quicktime.  Go figure!

     

    I've asked this before - why is Apple acting like this problem doesn't exist?  I've been a loyal Apple user since Mac SE, Quadra and LC days.  Now I'm thinking about switching to a PC.  I thought the day would never come that I'd utter those words.   I can't believe Apple has not taken action on this.  

     

    In so many threads I see all the brave souls trying to decipher what is going on... thinking they've found the problem, having a brief day or week or two of jubilation, then the problem reappears.  

     

    If anyone from Apple is reading this... take note.   You need to fix this!!! I regularly meet IT professionals who are hearing rumours that Apple is in a downward spiral in terms of customer service and product robustness.  This is one compelling example of this trend.

     

    Sorry to be so blunt, but I am very very frustrated!!!!  I've spent literally days on this issue and lost days of work due to having to recover from this problem.   It's the OS, not the app, so fix the OS!!!

  • farmboy Level 2 Level 2 (175 points)
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    Jul 28, 2011 10:52 AM (in response to Barky6)

    I'm on board with @Barky6. I've seen this issue since the beginning of this thread and DO NOT have Boom installed either–didn't even know what it was until today. Typically the problem occurs when streaming video, but this is NOT ALWAYS the case. I believe the issue to be processor-related, however @Barky6 notes that it has happened to him despite only running 2 apps, both Apple native.

     

    I have concerns of with Apple's growing popularity, customer service may be taking a back seat, as well.

     

    As a loyal Apple user of 17+ years, and frequent evangelist, I too hope that this issue is quickly pinpointed and resolved.

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