I've had my Macbook Pro since mid 2009 and have experienced no problems. Lately however I've noticed its been a bit sluggish and expose is choppier than normal. Today however I encountered a new problem. I get this error message: http://km.support.apple.com/library/APPLE/APPLECARE_ALLGEOS/HT1392/106227_3.jpg I read around and have found that this has something to do with a 'kernal panic' and apparently its caused by defective hardware. I'm really not that tech savvy when it comes to macs since this is my first one but I was wondering if anyone can help me out here. Also, its worth noting that this problem only occurs when I use wi-fi, or at least thats what I think. Since it first occurred I switched off Wifi and repaired the disk permissions and it was working fine for a good hour or so, then as soon as I switch the wifi on I get the error again and my computer does not respond at all. To test this further I restarted the computer with the wi-fi on and the error came up again straight after boot up. The third restart I quickly switched off the wifi when the desktop loaded and the computer has been fine for around 35 minutes. I'm 99% sure if I turn on Airport its gonna happen again. Just thought that was worth mentioning. Please help! ALSO: It might be worth noting that the network I'm connecting to is at my university, its just been installed and is a brand new wireless network in my dorm. I'll be going home tomorrow though so I'll see if it occurs when I connect to my own wifi. But surely the network cant be causing this can it?