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Jan 3, 2013 7:22 AM

In December/January my MacBook Pro (OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2, Mid-2010, 15 inch) crashed 8 times. I was doing random stuff (mail, browser, Photoshop, Finder etc.). This is the most recent Kernel Panic log. I'm a KP noob, so unfortunately I can't "read" this log Could anyone tell me what I should do?


-- Start log --


Thu Jan  3 15:59:39 2013

panic(cpu 2 caller 0xffffff7fa0227b25): NVRM[0/1:0:0]: Read Error 0x00000100: CFG 0xffffffff 0xffffffff 0xffffffff, BAR0 0xd2000000 0xffffff8133788000 0x0a5480a2, D0, P3/4

Backtrace (CPU 2), Frame : Return Address

0xffffff810fde37e0 : 0xffffff801fa1d626

0xffffff810fde3850 : 0xffffff7fa0227b25

0xffffff810fde38e0 : 0xffffff7fa03214b3

0xffffff810fde3940 : 0xffffff7fa0321527

0xffffff810fde39b0 : 0xffffff7fa0636853

0xffffff810fde3af0 : 0xffffff7fa0347659

0xffffff810fde3b20 : 0xffffff7fa02318da

0xffffff810fde3bd0 : 0xffffff7fa022cfac

0xffffff810fde3dc0 : 0xffffff7fa022e9ba

0xffffff810fde3ea0 : 0xffffff7fa01c21c4

0xffffff810fde3ef0 : 0xffffff7fa1c8a71f

0xffffff810fde3f40 : 0xffffff7fa1c898e7

0xffffff810fde3f60 : 0xffffff801fa3dcde

0xffffff810fde3fb0 : 0xffffff801fab26b7

      Kernel Extensions in backtrace:
[A4C53A36-22B6-3075-82B9-9DE612A9C015]@0xffffff7fa01c0 000->0xffffff7fa04c2fff

            dependency:[B1B77B26-7984-302F-BA8E-544DD3D75E73]@0xffff ff7fa007b000

            dependency:[86DDB71C-A73A-3EBE-AC44-0BC9A38B9A44]@0xff ffff7fa01ac000

            dependency:[803496D0-ADAD-3ADB-B071-8A0A197DA53D]@0 xffffff7fa0169000
[9F3D09B5-3158-3D9E-BDA3-E71576AAD3B7]@0xffffff7fa 04d0000->0xffffff7fa07f2fff

            dependency:[A4C53A36-22B6-3075-82B9-9DE612A9C015]@0xffffff7fa01 c0000

            dependency:[B1B77B26-7984-302F-BA8E-544DD3D75E73]@0xffff ff7fa007b000
[FBC949AC-F94D-39CD-96A0-C6F121EA7546]@0xffffff 7fa1c88000->0xffffff7fa1c97fff

            dependency:[B1B77B26-7984-302F-BA8E-544DD3D75E73]@0xffff ff7fa007b000

            dependency:[41B414E9-EC1E-3724-A158-14FD4 8712B0C]@0xffffff7fa0c28000

            dependency:[86DDB71C-A73A-3EBE-AC44-0BC9A38B9A44]@0xff ffff7fa01ac000

            dependency:[803496D0-ADAD-3ADB-B071-8A0A197DA53D]@0 xffffff7fa0169000



BSD process name corresponding to current thread: kernel_task



Mac OS version:




Kernel version:

Darwin Kernel Version 12.2.0: Sat Aug 25 00:48:52 PDT 2012; root:xnu-2050.18.24~1/RELEASE_X86_64

Kernel UUID: 69A5853F-375A-3EF4-9247-478FD0247333

Kernel slide:     0x000000001f800000

Kernel text base: 0xffffff801fa00000

System model name: MacBookPro6,2 (Mac-F22586C8)



System uptime in nanoseconds: 70248135887083

last loaded kext at 59989311957580:          4.1.22 (addr 0xffffff7fa1e70000, size 16384)

last unloaded kext at 60089389427708:          4.1.22 (addr 0xffffff7fa1e70000, size 12288)

loaded kexts:

com.kaspersky.kext.klif          2.2.0d14

com.rim.driver.BlackBerryUSBDriverInt          0.0.74          1.8          97          1.9.5d0          1.60          100.12.69          3.0          4.0.9f33          122          2.3.1f2          4.0.9f33          2.3.1f2          3.5.10          8.0.0          1.0.0d1          8.0.0          7.0.0          1.0.0          1.0.33          2.0.2d0          3.2.11          3.2.11          8.0.0          1.6.0          1.0.0          3.0.2d6          235.4          235.4          3.1.0          320.15          1.0.0d1          1.0.0d1          34          3.5.1          404          2.2.2          5.2.5          4.9.6          602.15.22          3.2.5b3          2.4.1          5.4.0          1.6.1          161.0.0          1.6          1.5          1.7          1.9          1.6          1.6          196.0.0          4.0.39          2          196.0.0          165.5          165.5          97          97          97          97          97          97          97          1.0          10.0.6          2.3.1f2          1.8.9fc10          1.6          4.0.9f33          86.0.3          4.0.9f33          2.2.5          1.0.10d0          2.3.1f2          2.3.1f2          1.0.4          1.0.10d0          3.2.11          8.0.0          8.0.0          2.3.5          2.3.5          1.0.0          5.2.0d16          3.1.4d2          235.7          5.2.5          5.2.5          3.5.1          1.7          1.7.1          1.7.1          2.5.0          5.2.5          4.5.5          500.15          1.0.2b1          3.0          2.2.1          1.6.1          1.8.0          1.1          220          1.0.0d1          7          344          28.21          3.5.0          5.2.5          3.5.1          1.8          3.5.1          5.4.0          1.6          2.7.2          1.4          1.0

MacBook Pro, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2), Mid-2010, 15"
  • mende1 Level 10 Level 10 (89,470 points)
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    Jan 3, 2013 7:26 AM (in response to Roy Abbink)

    First, uninstall Kaspersky. It looks like the NVIDIA card is damaged, so take the Mac to an Apple Store. Until then, you can install gfxCardStatus and select the option to use only the integrated graphic card, so the Mac won't crash

  • MrHoffman Level 6 Level 6 (11,700 points)
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    Jan 3, 2013 8:13 AM (in response to mende1)

    Get rid of any anti-virus, anti-malware, any performance enhancement tools, any I/O accelerators, any optmizers, any disk defraggers, anything that purports to make OS X better or faster or safer or whatever.  These sorts of tools can and variously do cause weird crashes.


    Then remove all external USB devices, all external USB hubs, and external monitors and external storage.  all devices.  Power glitches and bus glitches can and variously do cause weird crashes.


    If there's any add-on third-party RAM, consider removing it for testing.


    See if the crashing persists.


    If the crashing does persist, I'd then see if selecting the integrated controller helps, if crashing persists.  (As mende1 suggests.)


    And yes, mende1 does have a good case; the graphics card is a good potential suspect, given that backtrace.  But I'd prefer to simplify the system hardware and software configuration to just the base box, before affixing blame to the graphics widget.


    Then it's a trip into Apple for a look.

  • Linc Davis Level 10 Level 10 (107,660 points)
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    Jan 3, 2013 9:44 AM (in response to Roy Abbink)

    You have the MacBookPro6,2, the Edsel of Macs. It may be covered by this program:

    MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2010): Intermittent black screen or loss of video

    Make a "Genius" appointment at an Apple Store to have the machine tested.

    Print the first page of the panic report and bring it with you.

    Back up all data on the internal drive(s) before you hand over your computer to anyone. If privacy is a concern, erase the data partition(s) with the option to write zeros* (do this only if you have at least two complete, independent backups, and you know how to restore to an empty drive from any of them.) Don’t erase the recovery partition, if present.

    *An SSD doesn't need to be zeroed.


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