Can anyone interpret my kernel panic?

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by gafferbee, Jun 29, 2005.

  1. gafferbee macrumors newbie

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    Hi all. I posted here a week or so ago about my misbehaving iBoook G3.

    Earlier today I left it in what I thought was sleep mode, but when I came back to it just now it was all frozen, with a big grey transparent box in the screen, a power button logo visible behind it, and a message telling me i need to reboot.

    From reading previous posts i understand this is a kernel panic. I checked the panic log, which is below. Can anyone who understands these things shed some light on this? FYI, I had a logic board replaced about Easter time, and things ain't been the same since.

    Thanks.

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    Wed Jun 29 23:18:47 2005




    Unresolved kernel trap(cpu 0): 0x300 - Data access DAR=0x0000000000000028 PC=0x000000000000AB70
    Latest crash info for cpu 0:
    Exception state (sv=0x1C48CC80)
    PC=0x0000AB70; MSR=0x00009030; DAR=0x00000028; DSISR=0x40000000; LR=0x0000A994; R1=0x0A183B60; XCP=0x0000000C (0x300 - Data access)
    Backtrace:
    0x0000A994 0x0000CD7C 0x00057734 0x00059564 0x00091074 0x0009402C
    Proceeding back via exception chain:
    Exception state (sv=0x1C48CC80)
    previously dumped as "Latest" state. skipping...
    Exception state (sv=0x1C7A0500)
    PC=0x8FE17A9C; MSR=0x0000D030; DAR=0x00800E6C; DSISR=0x40000000; LR=0x8FE17B60; R1=0xF0100C90; XCP=0x0000000C (0x300 - Data access)

    Kernel version:
    Darwin Kernel Version 7.9.0:
    Wed Mar 30 20:11:17 PST 2005; root:xnu/xnu-517.12.7.obj~1/RELEASE_PPC


    panic(cpu 0): 0x300 - Data access
    Latest stack backtrace for cpu 0:
    Backtrace:
    0x00083498 0x0008397C 0x0001EDA4 0x00090C38 0x0009402C
    Proceeding back via exception chain:
    Exception state (sv=0x1C48CC80)
    PC=0x0000AB70; MSR=0x00009030; DAR=0x00000028; DSISR=0x40000000; LR=0x0000A994; R1=0x0A183B60; XCP=0x0000000C (0x300 - Data access)
    Backtrace:
    0x0000A994 0x0000CD7C 0x00057734 0x00059564 0x00091074 0x0009402C
    Exception state (sv=0x1C7A0500)
    PC=0x8FE17A9C; MSR=0x0000D030; DAR=0x00800E6C; DSISR=0x40000000; LR=0x8FE17B60; R1=0xF0100C90; XCP=0x0000000C (0x300 - Data access)

    Kernel version:
    Darwin Kernel Version 7.9.0:
    Wed Mar 30 20:11:17 PST 2005; root:xnu/xnu-517.12.7.obj~1/RELEASE_PPC


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  2. shadowmoses macrumors 68000

    shadowmoses

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    Kernal panic's in my experience have usually come from bad RAM run a hardware test on your iBook to see where the problem is...

    ShadoW ;)
     
  3. Lacero macrumors 604

    Lacero

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    That, or extremely poorly written programs. Even though OSX is crash-proof by design, software can still bring on kernel panics. Bad RAM most likely though.
     

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