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Peter Best1 Level 1 (40 points)

My new iMac is experiencing random kernel panics. Here is my etre readout. Can anyone give me any advice about this problem? Also note that the list includes my WD Thunderbolt drive, but the drive does not appear on the desktop and Time Machine can't perform back-ups on it. Another day, another problem.



"Hardware Information:

          iMac (27-inch, Late 2013)

          iMac - model: iMac14,2

          1 3.5 GHz Intel Core i7 CPU: 4 cores

          32 GB RAM


Video Information:

          NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M - VRAM: 4096 MB


Audio Plug-ins:

          BluetoothAudioPlugIn: Version: 1.0

          AirPlay: Version: 1.9

          AppleAVBAudio: Version: 2.0.0

          iSightAudio: Version: 7.7.3


Startup Items:

          HWNetMgr - Path: /Library/StartupItems/HWNetMgr

          HWPortDetect - Path: /Library/StartupItems/HWPortDetect

          NUDC - Path: /Library/StartupItems/NUDC


System Software:

          OS X 10.9 (13A603) - Uptime: 0 days 13:48:24


Disk Information:

          APPLE SSD SD0128F disk0 : (121.33 GB)

                    EFI (disk0s1) <not mounted>: 209.7 MB

                    disk0s2 (disk0s2) <not mounted>: 120.99 GB

                    Boot OS X (disk0s3) <not mounted>: 134.2 MB


          APPLE HDD ST3000DM001 disk1 : (3 TB)

                    EFI (disk1s1) <not mounted>: 209.7 MB

                    disk1s2 (disk1s2) <not mounted>: 3 TB

                    Recovery HD (disk1s3) <not mounted>: 650 MB


USB Information:


          Apple Inc. BRCM20702 Hub

                    Apple Inc. Bluetooth USB Host Controller


          Apple Inc. FaceTime HD Camera (Built-in)



          LaCie LaCie d2 DVDRW FW/USB


          Brother HL-5350DN series


          Canon CanoScan


          Western Digital My Book 1140 3 TB

                    disk4s1 (disk4s1) <not mounted>: 209.7 MB

                    Time Machine Drive B (disk4s2) /Volumes/Time Machine Drive B: 3 TB (1.22 TB free)


          Seagate  FreeAgent        2 TB

                    Peter Back-up Drive A (disk3s1) /Volumes/Peter Back-up Drive A: 2 TB (1.22 TB free)


FireWire Information:


Thunderbolt Information:

          Apple Inc. thunderbolt_bus

                    Western Digital My Book Thunderbolt Duo


Kernel Extensions:

          com.Cycling74.driver.Soundflower          (1.5.3)

          com.intego.kext.VirusBarrierKPI          (10.6.18)

          com.intego.kext.VirusBarrier.AppBarrierKPI          (10.6.18)

          com.intego.iokit.BehavioralKext          (1)

          com.intego.iokit.VBX6NKE          (1)

          com.intego.iokit.VirusBarrierX6Service          (10.6.18)


Problem System Launch Daemons:


Problem System Launch Agents:


Launch Daemons:

          [loaded] com.adobe.fpsaud.plist


          [loaded] com.intego.BackupAssistant.daemon.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.commonservices.daemon.integod.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.commonservices.daemon.taskmanager.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.commonservices.icalserver.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.commonservices.metrics.kschecker.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.netupdate.daemon.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.VirusBarrierX6.daemon.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.VirusBarrierX6.scanner.daemon.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.WashingMachine.service.plist

          [loaded] com.lacie.remoteburn.plist

          [loaded] com.macpaw.CleanMyMac2.Agent.plist

          [loaded] com.wdc.WDDMservice.plist

          [loaded] com.wdc.WDSmartWareServer.plist


Launch Agents:


          [loaded] com.intego.backupassistant.agent.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.commonservices.integomenu.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.commonservices.taskmanager.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.commonservices.uninstaller.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.netupdate.agent.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.VirusBarrierX6.alert.plist

          [loaded] com.intego.VirusBarrierX6.statusitem.plist

          [loaded] org.glimmerblocker.updater.plist


User Launch Agents:

          [loaded] com.adobe.ARM.[...].plist

          [loaded] com.cnet.ttengine.plist

          [loaded] com.macpaw.CleanMyMac2Helper.diskSpaceWatcher.plist

          [loaded] com.macpaw.CleanMyMac2Helper.scheduledScan.plist

          [loaded] com.macpaw.CleanMyMac2Helper.trashWatcher.plist


User Login Items:

          Transport Monitor

          Rogue Amoeba Schedule Helper


          Canon IJ Network Scanner Selector EX




3rd Party Preference Panes:




          Flash Player

          Flip4Mac WMV



          LaCie Remote Burn




Internet Plug-ins:



          Default Browser.plugin

          EPPEX Plugin.plugin

          Flash Player.plugin


          Flip4Mac WMV Plugin.plugin

          Google Earth Web Plug-in.plugin





          QuickTime Plugin.plugin

          RealPlayer Plugin.plugin



User Internet Plug-ins:



Bad Fonts:



Time Machine:

          Skip System Files: NO

          Mobile backups: OFF

          Auto backup: YES

          Volumes being backed up:

                    Peter Back-up Drive A: Disk size: 2 TB Disk used: 781.23 GB


                    Time Machine A [Local] (Last used)

                    Total size: 4 TB

                    Total number of backups: 8

                    Oldest backup: 2013-11-10 15:50:11 +0000

                    Last backup: 2013-11-13 11:16:33 +0000

                    Size of backup disk: Adequate

                              Backup size 4 TB > (Disk used 781.23 GB X 3)


Top Processes by CPU:

               1%          WindowServer

               1%          fontd

               1%          virusbarrierb

               1%          EtreCheck

               0%          hidd

               0%          coreservicesd

               0%          VBX6StatusItem

               0%          WDDriveUtilityHelper



Top Processes by Memory:

          262 MB   

          197 MB             virusbarriers

          197 MB             WindowServer

          164 MB             Safari

          131 MB             softwareupdated

          131 MB             mds_stores

          131 MB             Evernote

          98 MB              Mail

          66 MB              Calendar

          66 MB              Dock


Virtual Memory Statistics:

          27.00 GB           Free RAM

          2.45 GB            Active RAM

          918 MB             Inactive RAM

          1.64 GB            Wired RAM

          647 MB             Page-ins

          0 B                Page-outs"

iMac, OS X Mavericks (10.9), October 2013, 27", 32 MB RAM
  • Kappy Level 10 (263,335 points)

    What we need to see is a panic log, not Etrecheck output: Mac OS X- How to log a kernel panic.


    Remove all your peripherals except Apple keyboard and mouse. Uninstall all third-party driver software such as whatever installed:


              HWNetMgr - Path: /Library/StartupItems/HWNetMgr

              HWPortDetect - Path: /Library/StartupItems/HWPortDetect

              NUDC - Path: /Library/StartupItems/NUDC

    Boot the computer into Safe Mode after which boot normally. Do you still have kernel panics?

  • Peter Best1 Level 1 (40 points)

    OK. Here's thew most recent log. I hope it helps.



    Anonymous UUID:       5A41E44E-CD74-087F-CEE1-CBCE2E067B8A



    Thu Nov 14 20:11:19 2013

    panic(cpu 0 caller 0xffffff801c0e34f6): "mp_rendezvous_action() entry: spin timeout"@/SourceCache/xnu/xnu-2422.1.72/osfmk/i386/mp.c:788

    Backtrace (CPU 0), Frame : Return Address

    0xffffff83ad20bb70 : 0xffffff801c022f69

    0xffffff83ad20bbf0 : 0xffffff801c0e34f6

    0xffffff83ad20bc30 : 0xffffff801c0e3c78

    0xffffff83ad20bc70 : 0xffffff801c0e30ed

    0xffffff83ad20bcb0 : 0xffffff801c0caacc

    0xffffff83ad20bce0 : 0xffffff801c03131e

    0xffffff83ad20bd20 : 0xffffff801c4c11d6

    0xffffff83ad20bd80 : 0xffffff801c4dcdf3

    0xffffff83ad20bdd0 : 0xffffff801c4a0ff5

    0xffffff83ad20be40 : 0xffffff801c4984bd

    0xffffff83ad20beb0 : 0xffffff801c4a6ba4

    0xffffff83ad20bef0 : 0xffffff801c4a6caf

    0xffffff83ad20bf30 : 0xffffff801c4ac522

    0xffffff83ad20bf80 : 0xffffff801c4ac6a3

    0xffffff83ad20bfb0 : 0xffffff801c0d6aa7



    BSD process name corresponding to current thread: kernel_task



    Mac OS version:




    Kernel version:

    Darwin Kernel Version 13.0.0: Thu Sep 19 22:22:27 PDT 2013; root:xnu-2422.1.72~6/RELEASE_X86_64

    Kernel UUID: 1D9369E3-D0A5-31B6-8D16-BFFBBB390393

    Kernel slide:     0x000000001be00000

    Kernel text base: 0xffffff801c000000

    System model name: iMac14,2 (Mac-27ADBB7B4CEE8E61)



    System uptime in nanoseconds: 985611819540

    last loaded kext at 955531044863: com.rogueamoeba.InstantOn          6.0.2 (addr 0xffffff7f9e744000, size 16384)

    last unloaded kext at 372608150660: com.rogueamoeba.InstantOn          6.0.2 (addr 0xffffff7f9e744000, size 12288)

    loaded kexts:

    com.rogueamoeba.InstantOn          6.0.2

    com.intego.iokit.VirusBarrierX6Service          10.6.18

    com.intego.iokit.VBX6NKE          1

    com.intego.iokit.BehavioralKext          1

    com.intego.kext.VirusBarrier.AppBarrierKPI          10.6.18

    com.intego.kext.VirusBarrierKPI          10.6.18

    com.Cycling74.driver.Soundflower          1.5.3          2.0.0          1.9.5d0          3.0          80.14          4.2.0f6          100.14.11          2.0.9d1          1.0.0          124          1.60          3.5.13          1.0.0d1          2.5.2fc2          8.1.8          7.0.0          2.5.2fc2          8.1.8          4.2.0f6          1          1.0.10          1.7.0          2.0.4d1          8.1.8          170.3.5          1.1.12          3.6.0          1.0.0d1          1.0.0d1          35          650.4.4          404          2.4.0          1.4.0          3.6.9b9          800.21.45          2.9.5          650.4.3          2.0          2.0          1.8          2.0          2.0          1.7          153          3          1.0          170.15          170.15          4.2.0f6          245.13          10.0.7          4.2.0f6          2.5.2fc2          1.0.0          1.9.4fc11          1.14          98.7.1          8.1.8          8.1.8          91          4.2.0f6          1.2.1          2.5.2fc2          2.5.2fc2          1.0.12d1          98.7.1          3.4.12          1.0.0          3.1.6d1          5.5.1d27          1.0.4          2.3.6          1.0.11d1          2.3.6          3.6.0          650.4.0          3.6.0          1.7          1.7.1          1.7.1          3.6.0          3.6.0          650.4.0          380          2.5.0          2.5.0          2.5.0          1.4.0          1.4.0          650.4.4          1.9.2          2.8.5          1.0.3b3          600.34          1.0.1b4          3.2          2.6.0          650.4.4          2.0          2.0          2.0.0          1.1          278.10          1.0.0d1          7          2          371.1          1.9          21          28.30          2.0          2.8          1.4          1          1.0

  • John Galt Level 8 (44,625 points)

    Do the kernel panics occur while in Safe Mode?

  • Peter Best1 Level 1 (40 points)

    I'm unable to answer that question because the shut-downs occur only occasionally and intermittently and I have no idea whether the machine hasn't experienced one because I'm in safe mode or because not enough time has passed. I've never experienced a kernel panic while at the computer, only seen the evidence for it when I try to use the machine after being away for a while. Nonetheless I'm wondering more and more whether the problem is connected to the disappearing Thunderbolt drive, since after disconnecting that yesterday I haven't had a recurrence of the kernel panics. It's early days, but..... Western Digital are a strange outfit. I put the question to them after filling in an extraordinarily detailed support form and got a support number which as far as I can tell is impossible to use to further query the situation. If I want to ask a question I have to fill in the detailed form again and get another number. They promised a response within 2 business days but it's been five times that long. This is a more and more familiar routine. Don't even think of asking me about Evernote, which I've abandoned. I guess it's easier when you're in the US and can pick up a phone and dial support.

  • rkaufmann87 Level 9 (53,525 points)

    Your KP's are related to one of the following:


    com.rogueamoeba.InstantOn 6.0.2

    com.intego.iokit.VirusBarrierX6Service 10.6.18

    com.intego.iokit.VBX6NKE 1

    com.intego.iokit.BehavioralKext 1

    com.intego.kext.VirusBarrier.AppBarrierKPI 10.6.18

    com.intego.kext.VirusBarrierKPI 10.6.18

    com.Cycling74.driver.Soundflower 1.5.3


    My guess is the antivirus application is the first suspicious item. Not only are antivirus applications unnecessary for OS X they are a waste of system resource and tend to create more problems than they solve. There are zero viruses for OS X and almost insignificant amount of malware that can easily be handled by keeping your computer up-to-date with Software Update.


    The next step is to use the developers instructions for uninstalling your antivirus app and then restart the computer normally and see how it operates.

  • John Galt Level 8 (44,625 points)

    I understand; the reason for booting Safe Mode would be to confirm that a few system modifications are the cause of the kernel panics.


    To address the problem start by removing Intego according to its instructions. Intego offers no obvious way to uninstall it, so if you are unable to locate an uninstaller program then you must download its installer .dmg file which contains its uninstaller. Unfortunately Intego's uninstaller is not completely effective and leaves components behind, but they ought to be inert and should no longer affect your Mac.


    Of the popular "anti-virus" programs tested with Mavericks, Intego's was the only one I rated unacceptable due to its horrendous effect on performance. Using Intego did not result in kernel panics though, but you should still get rid of it. It's awful.


    Next, uninstall Soundflower. It has not been updated in years and its support forum is moribund. Their site contains uninstallation instructions that are easy to follow. You can always install it again, should it not be the direct cause of your kernel panics.


    Next, uninstall any and all Western Digital SmartWare or other disk drive utilities. Using their products and similar products from other hard disk drive manufacturers will result in data loss with Mavericks. Such utilities offer no benefit and are never a good idea to install.


    Next, uninstall anything obtained from Cnet including "tech tracker". Never download anything from Cnet. Their site has been a source for malware of various descriptions, and should be avoided altogether. If you want to download software that is not available from the Mac App Store then go directly to the developer's website, never from Cnet, download dot com, Mac update dot com or anything like them. Their revenue is derived from advertisers that sell junk that will only cause misery, such as CleanMyMac.

    Next, uninstall CleanMyMac:


    CleanMyMac2 belongs to a broad category of time- and money-wasters capable of causing system corruption that can only be rectified by reinstalling OS X, restoring from a backup, or completely erasing your system and rebuilding it from the ground up. Get rid of it and test your Mac for operation. If it does not perform normally, the possibility that CleanMyMac resulted in system corruption must be considered.

    According to its web site CleanMyMac2 is supposed to uninstall itself:


    "The easiest way to completely uninstall CleanMyMac 2 is by using CleanMyMac 2 on itself.


    To remove CleanMyMac 2 from your Mac:


    1. Open CleanMyMac 2.
    2. Proceed to the Uninstaller module.
    3. Find CleanMyMac 2 in the list of apps found by the module.
    4. Click Complete Removal in the Smart Selector panel to mark the application file and all it related items for removal.
    5. Click Uninstall.
    6. Confirm that you are going to remove the app in the newly appeared message.


    That's it!"


    Apparently it may not be that simple though, as at least one user reported that it did not work, and required manual removal: Extreme Battery Drainage


    Whatever damage it inflicted by it or similar programs apparently required more work to correct. In such cases an "erase and install" followed by laboriously migrating individual apps and files may be the most expedient solution.


    You have some work to do. If you need more help write back.

  • Peter Best1 Level 1 (40 points)

    Thanks to everyone for their suggestions. I've uninstalled all the recommended applications apart from Soundflower, which I can't find in the applications folder and can't find using Spotlight. I had the WD software on my Mac because I needed it to perform some aspect of the installation of the Thunderbolt drive, but it's now gone, not just because John Galt suggested I get rid of it, but because the WD forum says there are issues with their thunderbolt drives and Mavericks. Some Thunderbolt owners were notified of these issues, which apparently involve spontaneous re-formatting and data alteration and warrant the disconnection of WD Thunderbolt drives from the system, but I wasn't. I wonder whether the issues cut both ways and could be the cause of my kernel panics? I wish WD would tell me what's going on. The Thunderbolt drive is my Time Machine drive and I have no other drive with sufficient capacity to take on that role. In the meantime I'm using SuperDuper to maintain a backup in case of disaster. If any other forum participants know how I can use my existing case number to contact Western Digital about an existing issue I'd love to hear about it. After hours of fiddling about on their website the only way I can find to contact them is to start another support case with a new case number. Hmmmm.

  • John Galt Level 8 (44,625 points)

    The kernel panics may have been caused by any number of third party system modifications or their interaction with one another, but if I had to suggest one single cause it would be Intego despite the fact it did not crash during testing. If your Mac crashes again post a new report, and I will attempt to find specific uninstallation instructions for Soundflower.


    FYI this user was also using CleanMyMac2 as well as WD software and eventually resolved his problems without having to erase everything and start over: Slow since upgrading!!! help please


    The eventual action required reinstalling OS X but doing so will not erase any of your existing data.

  • Peter Best1 Level 1 (40 points)

    Just returned to the computer to find it shut down after a kernel panic. I had uninstalled all the suggested things apart from Soundflower and reinstalled Mavericks. What's the difference this time? This time I had the WD Thunderbolt drive connected, showing up on the desktop, and backing up to Time Machine. After the restart the drive had disappeared from the desktop and the Time Machine backup was listed as "delayed". The Thunderbolt drive is looking to me more and more likely to be the cause of all these problems. I wish Western Digital would tell me that that's the case but given their performance to date I don't expect to hear from them within the next month.

  • John Galt Level 8 (44,625 points)

    The Thunderbolt drive is looking to me more and more likely to be the cause of all these problems.


    Probably, but post the new report when you get a chance.

  • Peter Best1 Level 1 (40 points)

    Here's the latest p[anic log:


    Anonymous UUID:       5A41E44E-CD74-087F-CEE1-CBCE2E067B8A



    Sat Nov 16 13:43:10 2013

    panic(cpu 3 caller 0xffffff7f89ee5d0d): NVRM[0/1:0:0]: Read Error 0x0000c800: CFG 0xffffffff 0xffffffff 0xffffffff, BAR0 0x101000000 0xffffff839aab4000 0x0e41e0a2, D3, P0/4

    Backtrace (CPU 3), Frame : Return Address

    0xffffff83977fb300 : 0xffffff8009422f69

    0xffffff83977fb380 : 0xffffff7f89ee5d0d

    0xffffff83977fb440 : 0xffffff7f89fb2e26

    0xffffff83977fb480 : 0xffffff7f8a1b8abd

    0xffffff83977fb4e0 : 0xffffff7f8a1bacc1

    0xffffff83977fb570 : 0xffffff7f89fffdd1

    0xffffff83977fb5a0 : 0xffffff7f89fae548

    0xffffff83977fb600 : 0xffffff7f8a1b9078

    0xffffff83977fb670 : 0xffffff7f8a1b8dc2

    0xffffff83977fb690 : 0xffffff7f89ee70b5

    0xffffff83977fb710 : 0xffffff7f89eea5fb

    0xffffff83977fb910 : 0xffffff7f89eebdb4

    0xffffff83977fb9f0 : 0xffffff7f8a08eb10

    0xffffff83977fbab0 : 0xffffff7f8a083d57

    0xffffff83977fbc40 : 0xffffff7f89e96a2f

    0xffffff83977fbcc0 : 0xffffff7f89e8715e

    0xffffff83977fbd40 : 0xffffff7f89e89e0b

    0xffffff83977fbdb0 : 0xffffff7f89e89b4c

    0xffffff83977fbe20 : 0xffffff7f89e51452

    0xffffff83977fbe60 : 0xffffff7f89e5084e

    0xffffff83977fbe90 : 0xffffff7f89e4cbc4

    0xffffff83977fbef0 : 0xffffff80098ada80

    0xffffff83977fbf30 : 0xffffff80098ac522

    0xffffff83977fbf80 : 0xffffff80098ac5f7

    0xffffff83977fbfb0 : 0xffffff80094d6aa7

          Kernel Extensions in backtrace:

   [38E388A5-92D6-3388-B799-F2498E582287]@0 xffffff7f89e42000->0xffffff7f89e79fff

                dependency:[447B4896-16FF-3616-95A2-1C516B2A1498]@0xffffff 7f89aba000

   [86BA68C6-18DD-30A1-ABF6-54597AD6C277]@0xff ffff7f89e85000->0xffffff7f89e94fff

                dependency:[38E388A5-92D6-3388-B799-F2498E582287]@0 xffffff7f89e42000

                dependency:[447B4896-16FF-3616-95A2-1C516B2A1498]@0xffffff 7f89aba000

   [3A2A3C2D-E129-3190-A682-E831B38F0FBF] @0xffffff7f89e95000->0xffffff7f8a0fffff

                dependency:[447B4896-16FF-3616-95A2-1C516B2A1498]@0xffffff 7f89aba000

                dependency:[86BA68C6-18DD-30A1-ABF6-54597AD6C277]@0xff ffff7f89e85000

                dependency:[38E388A5-92D6-3388-B799-F2498E582287]@0 xffffff7f89e42000

   [3CF8C2FA-83E6-39E3-A5B7-C7CC839B8C7 5]@0xffffff7f8a10a000->0xffffff7f8a2b9fff

                dependency:[3A2A3C2D-E129-3190-A682-E831B38F0FBF] @0xffffff7f89e95000

                dependency:[447B4896-16FF-3616-95A2-1C516B2A1498]@0xffffff 7f89aba000



    BSD process name corresponding to current thread: kernel_task



    Mac OS version:




    Kernel version:

    Darwin Kernel Version 13.0.0: Thu Sep 19 22:22:27 PDT 2013; root:xnu-2422.1.72~6/RELEASE_X86_64

    Kernel UUID: 1D9369E3-D0A5-31B6-8D16-BFFBBB390393

    Kernel slide:     0x0000000009200000

    Kernel text base: 0xffffff8009400000

    System model name: iMac14,2 (Mac-27ADBB7B4CEE8E61)



    System uptime in nanoseconds: 3553338040228

    last loaded kext at 3291798849532: com.rogueamoeba.InstantOn          6.0.2 (addr 0xffffff7f8bb8a000, size 16384)

    last unloaded kext at 177370707094: com.rogueamoeba.InstantOn          6.0.2 (addr 0xffffff7f8aea1000, size 12288)

    loaded kexts:

    com.rogueamoeba.InstantOn          6.0.2

    com.intego.iokit.VirusBarrierX6Service          10.6.18

    com.intego.iokit.VBX6NKE          1

    com.intego.iokit.BehavioralKext          1

    com.intego.kext.VirusBarrier.AppBarrierKPI          10.6.18

    com.intego.kext.VirusBarrierKPI          10.6.18

    com.Cycling74.driver.Soundflower          1.5.3          2.0.0          1.9.5d0          4.0.6          3.0          80.14          4.2.0f6          100.14.11          2.0.9d1          1.0.0          124          1.60          2.5.2fc2          3.5.13          2.5.2fc2          1.0.0d1          8.1.8          8.1.8          4.2.0f6          7.0.0          170.3.5          1.0.10          1.7.0          2.0.4d1          1          1.1.12          8.1.8          3.6.0          1.0.0d1          1.0.0d1          35          650.4.4          404          2.4.0          3.6.9b9          1.4.0          800.21.45          2.9.5          650.4.3          2.0          2.0          1.8          2.0          2.0          1.7          153          3          170.15          170.15          1.0          4.2.0f6          245.13          10.0.7          2.5.2fc2          1.0.0          1.9.4fc11          1.14          8.1.8          8.1.8          98.7.1          91          4.2.0f6          4.2.0f6          1.0.12d1          1.0.4          2.3.6          2.5.2fc2          2.5.2fc2          1.0.0          3.1.6d1          5.5.1d27          1.0.11d1          1.2.1          98.7.1

  • John Galt Level 8 (44,625 points)

    It appears your efforts to uninstall all the suggested things apart from Soundflower have been for naught, since they all remain present.

  • Peter Best1 Level 1 (40 points)

    Well I'll be.......

    I uninstalled them all using CleanMyMac2, before uninstalling it. I guess it's back to the drawing board, but I'll be interested to see whether I get another panic now that I've disconnected the WD drive.

  • John Galt Level 8 (44,625 points)

    My instructions were clear and provided in a specific sequence. If you won't follow them I can't help you.

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