Hi, I have some kernel panics on my MacBook Pro 13" 2015. It began with macOS Sierra, I have tried revert to El Capitan, it was OK for some time, but after Kernel Panics again. So I went back to Sierra and 10.12.3 was with any kernel panic. But on all the other version it is about 1 kernel panic in 7-20 days. Kernel panics happen at random. Allways with black screen and: "Your computer restarted because of problem. Press a key or wait a few seconds to continue starting up." However, the kernel panic never leaves any logs in the /System/Logs/DiagnosticReports folder. I have problems with crashing sites on Safari, but it has logs and it is probbably different problem. As I revert back to El Capitan, I did two clean installs, without Time Machine restoring. However, I have used installators and data from my backup on external HDD. I have tried Apple hardware test, but it shows, that everything is ok. ( https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201257 ) My question is, what can I do? What kind of kernel panics do not dump logs in the DiagnosticReports directory? Can it be hardware problem? Is there some way to enforce writing kernel logs?