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Jonait Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

Since I installed Mountain Lion I can no longer shut the computer down to sleepmode,

every time I open it up again it remains black for some time, then the screen turns white,

(in the same manner as Kernel Panic) and a message in several languages turns up:


"Your computer was restarted because of a problem. Press any key or wait a few seconds for the startup process to begin"


The words may not be exactly the since I took it out of my head, but the point is.


If anyone has any sollutions or experiences of the same problem Id be very glad to know because

I have to shut my comupter down every time now instead of getting it into sleep mode. I dont want to damage it.

Its very frustrating.



Computer is a Macbook Pro c2d 15" mid 2009 with 8GB ram, upgraded from the last Lion version into Mountain Lion.


No prior such problems.



Thankyou in advance!

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7)
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