Hi guys, After several years of using my MacBook Pro with only a couple of kernel panics, in the past 3 days, I experienced 3 kernel panics. So I'm worried about this phenomenon. I am running 10.6.8 on a 2.4 GHz MacBook Pro (Late 2008), 2 GB RAM, I haven't installed new applications or upgraded hardware recently, and I haven't been doing anything out of the ordinary with my computer recently. I am running low on free disk space: I just restarted from Kernel Panic #3 and I have 11.22 GB (out of 250 GB) free, this number usually goes down to 7-8 GB after a few days of use (due to swap files accumulating). I've read that not enough RAM or free HD space can cause kernel panics, but I've only added ~600 MB of stuff onto my HD in the past month (according to a search by date created). The three kernel panics were apparently triggered by similar "types" of events: one by an Exposé keystroke, another by pressing the Keynote (I think) icon on the Dock, and one by (I think) either Command + Tab or pressing a Dock icon. I quickly use up my available RAM on my computer, enough so that Exposé, pressing Dock icons, Command + Tab, and even adjusting volume can cause slowdowns. However, I've been similarly RAM-deficient for years without (more than a couple of) kernel panics. So is my problem just lack of free HD space, or is there something more problematic going on? (Or is this just a small episode of kernel panics that will end by itself soon?) Thanks in advance.