first kernal panic

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  1. JosephEsquivel macrumors regular

    May 30, 2007
    anyone make any sense of this?

    Sun May 11 21:18:55 2008
    panic(cpu 1 caller 0x001A8C8A): Kernel trap at 0x00132c37, type 14=page fault, registers:
    CR0: 0x80010033, CR2: 0x05336000, CR3: 0x01057000, CR4: 0x00000660
    EAX: 0x00000014, EBX: 0x00000014, ECX: 0x00000078, EDX: 0x21067a80
    CR2: 0x05336000, EBP: 0x21067a58, ESI: 0x00000000, EDI: 0x05335fec
    EFL: 0x00010206, EIP: 0x00132c37, CS: 0x00000008, DS: 0x029c0010
    Error code: 0x00000000

    Backtrace, Format - Frame : Return Address (4 potential args on stack)
    0x21067778 : 0x12b0f7 (0x4581f4 0x210677ac 0x133230 0x0)
    0x210677c8 : 0x1a8c8a (0x461720 0x132c37 0xe 0x460ed0)
    0x210678a8 : 0x19ece5 (0x210678c0 0x246 0x21067a58 0x132c37)
    0x210678b8 : 0x132c37 (0xe 0x48 0x21060070 0x3e0010)
    0x21067a58 : 0x389f4e (0xb29974 0x21067a88 0x389ebd 0x21067a80)
    0x21067a98 : 0xb1f762 (0x2f8f762 0x15 0xb29974 0x14)
    0x21067b28 : 0x44de29 (0x44476e8 0x2b25b90 0x2b5069c 0x3c9a8c0)
    0x21067b78 : 0x450d2e (0x3a4f104 0x2b25b90 0x3c9a8c0 0x5119130)
    0x21067bb8 : 0x1dbb6a (0x2b25b90 0x3c9a8c0 0x5119130 0x21067e64)
    0x21067c18 : 0x1eb2f7 (0x3c9a8c0 0x21067d50 0x21067e64 0x21067e8c)
    0x21067c78 : 0x1e1b5f (0x21067d38 0x21067cec 0x21067e8c 0x3a4f104)
    0x21067d08 : 0x1e21de (0x3a4f104 0x21067d38 0xa00 0x21067e8c)
    0x21067f78 : 0x3dcf13 (0x33499d0 0x3a4f000 0x3a4f044 0x13d203)
    0x21067fc8 : 0x19f1c3 (0x426b880 0x0 0x10 0x426b880)
    No mapping exists for frame pointer
    Backtrace terminated-invalid frame pointer 0xbfffd6b8
    Kernel loadable modules in backtrace (with dependencies):>0xb30fff

    BSD process name corresponding to current thread: firefox-bin

    Mac OS version:

    Kernel version:
    Darwin Kernel Version 9.2.2: Tue Mar 4 21:17:34 PST 2008; root:xnu-1228.4.31~1/RELEASE_I386
    System model name: MacBook3,1 (Mac-F22788C8)
  2. IJ Reilly macrumors P6

    IJ Reilly

    Jul 16, 2002
    If it's a one-time event, don't worry about it, unless you've upgraded your RAM recently.
  3. matt90 macrumors member

    Feb 18, 2008
    Los Alamos, New Mexico (Atomic City)
    Kernel panics are generally caused by hardware problems and, yes, usually happen only once. If it keeps happening, reinstall the OS.
  4. IJ Reilly macrumors P6

    IJ Reilly

    Jul 16, 2002
    This is wonderfully obtuse advice. Reinstall the OS to fix a hardware problem?

    Yes, most kernel panics are hardware issues, so no, do not reinstall OSX to fix a hardware issue.
  5. ElectricSheep macrumors 6502


    Feb 18, 2004
    Wilmington, DE
    The panic occurred inside some Virtual Filesystem code (the kernel was responding to an open() system call; and it looks like it was creating a new file).

    I would run Disk Utility from the Mac OS X install disk to verify and repair your disks.

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