You are experiencing a Kernel Panic as seen and described in Apple doc.#106227.
Bad or incompatible RAM is the most common cause of KP's. It could just need to be reset……. to make sure there's a good connection. Pay attention to the Apple Hardware Test advice in the links below. I see some of your hardware mentioned in the KP log but I am no expert on reading those logs
Here's a great site for Resolving Kernel Panics. Please do all the steps in order, even if you don't think you need to do a certain step.
Here's a great MacFixIt article.
Good Luck! DALE
Iv tried all the things that the lists say. Trying to restart in 'safe mode', etc. However, nothing works. I either get the same restart message with the same screen 'Debugger called: <panic>. It is either that screen or on start up a grey screen with the wheel spinning that does not stop. Can't even get the MBP to restart to do anything else.
Do have a Genius appointment tomorrow.
Fortunately, I have a MBA an my primary.
I tried 4 times to start and do the Apple Hardware Test, but the MBP simply will not start. No even getting the restart screen any longer. All I get is a grey screen and bar as if it's attempting to restart in 'safe mode' ... only for it to completely shut down.
Have a feeling that HD is going or already gone. MBP was purchased 19FEB10.
The unit above contains the following options:
Processor 065-8489 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory 065-8492 4GB 1066MHz DDR3 SDRM-2x2GB
Hard Drive 065-8498 500GB Serial ATA Drive@5400rpm
Optical Drive 065-8501 SuperDrive 8X DL
Apple Software - iWork 065-9172 iWork preinstalled
Apple Software - Final Cut Exp 065-7674No Final Cut Express
Apple Software - Aperture 065-7673 No Aperture Preinstalled
Apple Software - Logic Express 065-7675No Logic Express
Apple Software - Filemaker065-8307 No FileMaker Preinstalled
Apple Software - MS Office065-8198 No MSO preinstalled
DVI Adapter 065-8502 None
VGA Adapter 065-8506 None
Apple Keyboard & User's Guide065-8526Keyboard/Users Guide
Country Kit/AEX 065-8519 Country Kit
I had to leave the MBP with the Apple Genius after the appointment. They tried to resolve the problem, but they could not get it to turn on either. Nor could they get it to reply to any of the internal testing. At one point they thought maybe it was the cable to the HD, replaced it and still nothing.
I'll hear back in 3-5 days, but they were thinking as I was ... that the HD has gone bad and needs to be replace.
The good part is that I still had 122 days with Applecare so they don't believe there will be any charge for repairs.
Will keep this post active so I can update once I hear back.