Currently Being ModeratedSep 16, 2013 4:38 PM (in response to IMRAN)
Need the rest of the kp log.
It is likely not the PowerManagement kext, but another third-party extension that is causing the problem.
It also could be a RAM issue. Did you change out the RAM?
Currently Being ModeratedSep 16, 2013 4:51 PM (in response to IMRAN)
Apple guarantees their repair work: http://images.apple.com/legal/sales-support/terms/repair/docs/Retail_Repair_US_T erms_Conditions.pdf
Bring it back to them and have them fix it.MacBooks iMacs iPads AirPorts, OS X Mountain Lion, 28 years Apple!
Currently Being ModeratedSep 18, 2013 12:27 AM (in response to IMRAN)
Thank you, Barney, and John....this is the update I wrote for my original thread...
So here's the latest (sad) update... it is definitely something defective in the new logicboard...
I went, bought the top of the line new MacBook Pro Retina 16GB 768GB SSD. (Lovely machine and great in starting up, but surprised that out of the box it's set up "wizard" hung after choosing a WiFi network, and I had to reboot and re-first-run. Anyway, worked OK since then.)
I booted the MBP mid-2010 in target disk mode, and booted the new MBP from it, to test if the OS, extensions, apps, or something else would also bring down this new machine. It ran just fine.
I cloned its internal standard drive contents, as a fallback. I did NOT update to 10.8.5 and kept the new machine with the 10.8.3 it came with. I then migrated over the target disk MBP content to the new MBP. I am using it just fine (and yes these SSDs are fast.) I used it a full day with the 10.8.3. I then made a clone of this working machine as a fallback/failover, and upgraded to 10.8.5.
This was to test if anything weird in my existing apps barfed with 10.8.5. The new MBP seems to be running fine with 10.8.5 AND my good old existing apps and files.
I am just annoyed I had to buy this MBP now after waiting a long time as I was hoping to buy the next versions when they come out but can't afford to be without my stuff in 2 weeks of nonstop travel.
I then repartitioned and reformatted the MBP2010 drive and installed a fresh new 10.8.5 on it. I got it set with a basic user account and NO additional apps than the basic MacOS install. I ran Safari and after about 30 min. sure enough the MBP2010 rebooted itself with an MachineCheck panic.
I leave on my trip tomorrow and plan to drop the MBP2010 at the Apple Store on the way. Sad to see that the logic board replacement actually made the MBP2010 even worse than before.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 18, 2013 7:12 AM (in response to IMRAN)
Sad to see that the logic board replacement actually made the MBP2010 even worse than before.
The first problem was this common complaint:
which was addressed by this document:
The replacement logic board is defective. "it's" means it is or it has