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Question: Kernel panic happens continuously

Every time when I boot up my macbook air (early 2014) with osx High Sierra (10.13.2) a kernel panic occurs this happens all the time so want can I do?

MacBook Air, macOS Sierra (10.12.6)

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I installed the 10.13.1 version (not beta) and now my mac works fine again.

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Nov 18, 2017 4:50 AM in response to xandervdm In response to xandervdm

It does not occur in Safe Mode but when I start it normally again it does

Please post a kernel panic log. You can find them in /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports.

Or, just look at the log and under last loaded kexts, uninstall any non-apple kexts. You will need to determine what software package installed those kexts (from the name of the kext), and use the developer's instructions to uninstall the software. Once you remove it all, test.

If the panics cease, you can install the software back one-at-a-time to determine the cause.

If you post the log, we may be able to offer advice on whether we know of an update or otherwise recommend the software.

Nov 18, 2017 4:50 AM

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