I was just trying to wireless connect to my roommate's Windows computer, as he has reconfigured his machine. During the connection process, I only had some downloads going at the same time and all of the sudden, a box came up in the center of the screen, and the entire area around it disabled and greyed-out, with a statement that said something to the effect of "Your machine needs to be restarted. Just press and hold down the power button for a few seconds or enter in the restart keycode." This message was written in about three or four different languages from what I remember. I figure this is the new format that Apple implemented in 10.2.4 for kernel panic, instead of all of the command-line codes written all over the left-hand side of the screen. I'll tell you this though: The restart time was VASTLY faster compared to what it was before...I'm running off a Pismo BTW; I'll say a reduction by at least 150%!