Has your MacBook Pro 2018 Kernel Panic’d w Bridge OS error? Poll

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by RumorConsumer, Sep 30, 2018.

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KP on a 2018 MacBook Pro?

Poll closed Oct 7, 2018.
  1. Yes

    19 vote(s)
    46.3%
  2. No

    22 vote(s)
    53.7%
  1. RumorConsumer macrumors 6502a

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    so in case you haven’t heard, it’s a thing. I’m expecting to see a higher than avg sample saying yes here but let’s see.
     
  2. Naimfan Suspended

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    Ironically enough, mine has not. (Knocks wood . . . )
     
  3. RumorConsumer thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    vote fam
     
  4. xann89 macrumors newbie

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    Yup, 17 days of owning a MBP 2018, it just happened to me this morning while watching a video with MPV, and torrenting (Transmission) in the background. Running on Mojave with nothing plugged-in, not even power cable.

    I was fast-forwarding the video with the Right button, and the system just froze. Can't seem to reproduce it though. Fingers-crossed hopefully it won't happen again.
     
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    What does this mean from a novice?
     
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  13. Alicia1 macrumors regular

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    I had one KP due to BridgeOS 15 days after purchase on my 13" model, was asleep overnight not connected to anything except power and when I lifted the lid in the morning I saw the KP. It is now a little over a month old and haven't had anymore. I did turn off all security options since then as I wanted to do a clean install to Mojave using USB and didn't want issues.

    So far so good but each time I lift the lid I hope I haven't had another kp.
     
  14. SDColorado Contributor

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    Have you been able to turn them back on? Otherwise are you willing to sacrifice the security as a "solution" to the problem?
     
  15. Alicia1 macrumors regular

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    To be honest I haven't even thought about turning it back on as none of my other macbooks have ever had that security option. I will probably just end up leaving it off.
     
  16. cloudyo, Oct 8, 2018
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    I had some crashes that were related to bridgeOS. It seemed to be happening when I connected/disconnected peripherals like a display or when i closed/opened the lid while a display was connected.
     
  17. Alicia1 macrumors regular

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    Well I spoke too soon. Woke up this morning to another KP. It was sleeping all night, lid down, not connected to anything or even power. The ONLY thing that I have re enabled was find my Mac a couple of days ago as I turned it off because my battery was draining quickly during sleep. Have turned it off again now, will see if I get another KP.
     
  18. pubmsu macrumors regular

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    So, what's the bottomline? Are some 2018 MBPs totally immune to this problem? Otherwise, how can one buy one of these knowing such issue?
     
  19. RumorConsumer thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    It would seem that some are, and its hard to know. I am sitting right next to two of them, 2.9 ultimate config stock models that have not had a single issue, one was bought on day 1 and the other about a month old. Running Premiere editing 4k video 14 hours a day and doing misc other photo work etc.
     
  20. i9inkers macrumors newbie

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    I was getting these until I updated to beta 5 with a SMC reset. Haven't had one in about 5 days now;). I was only getting it when Mac was sleeping overnight...
     
  21. fokmik macrumors 68040

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    How can we check if we had KP?
    Where do they registre?
     
  22. pulch macrumors newbie

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    Hi,

    I posted this in the big thread on this issue, but since it probably got buried:
    "
    If you want to check if you've had a KP while you weren't at your computer, you can go to /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/ProxiedDevice-Bridge/. If you see a file panic-full-.... .ips, that was an instance of a KP associated with the BridgeOS.
    "

    Hope you don't have to deal with this issue and find nothin there.
     

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