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10.8.2 Problem#1 - Reboot itself after clean installation

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Oct 7, 2012 2:50 PM

Hello guys,


I'm using MacBookPro6,2 / i7 / 8GB Ram.
I've been using 10.7 since I my purchased without any serious issues.

Last TUE, I did clean install & upgrade to 10.8.2 and I'm now facing on many major problems.


I was facing on hung & froshen almost 10 times, then last 3 hours ago I did clean up again and I still facing problems.

I believe a lot of ppl having the same problem like me. (I just found from googling : almost same issue as me)


Here is my installation Log:

[07/10/2012 - 2nd InstallationLog]


          - Update#1 - 10.8.2


- Setup

          - General Configure

          - Firewall = ON

  - iCoud = NO


- Comodo AV


- TrueCrypt

- Hamachi

- Remote Desktop Client


- Safari

          - Preference

                    - General

                              - AutoFill

                                        - UID / PW


          - Advanced

                         - Default encoding = UTF-8


- Firefox 15.0.1.dmg

- googlechrome.dmg (Version 22.0.1229.79)


- Thunderbird 15.0.1.dmg

     - setup gmail mailboxes


As you all see, my system almost freshy.


I will list to the community one by one.


Starting with this:


[1] Reboot itself after clean installation

I was using Safari and was replying facebook then OS itself just reboot and came back saids "Your computer restarted becauseof a probelm.Press a key or wait a few seconds to continus starting up"

(I did sent info to Apple)

MacBook Pro, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2)


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