Panic CPU 1 and Cpu 0 errors

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  1. MontanaJohn macrumors newbie

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    MacBook Pro, 2010 vintage, displayed error message about disk or memory full. Not sure which since message lasted only a couple of seconds then system shut down. Apple says to take it to nearest Apple store - that's 4+ hours away. Apple telephone walked me through Power+Shift, did not work; Power& CMD+R, did not work; and Power Shift+Control+Option which did not work

    Start up error screen: upload_2016-6-15_17-2-1.jpeg

    Any ideas on what the problem might be?

    Thanks
     
  2. JTToft macrumors 68040

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    The keyboard combinations you mention are a bit confusing.
    Can you boot to recovery mode by holding Cmd + R at the boot chime and until the Apple logo?
    If so, I'd just reinstall OS X from there.
     
  3. MontanaJohn thread starter macrumors newbie

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  4. Queen6 macrumors 603

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    On an older Mac with a spinner, first I would do is check the system drive and see if it has any errors. More complex. if the system won't start, slaving it to another Mac (Target Disk Mode) or remove the drive and run externally on another Mac. If you have the original OS X install disks you can boot it of that, or create a USB boot drive if you have access to other machines.

    First on my list would be to boot it from a bootable clone and take it from there, SuperDuper or Carbon Copy Cloner are indispensable.

    Q-6
     
  5. T'hain Esh Kelch macrumors 601

    T'hain Esh Kelch

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    1. Boot from something else - External harddrive or DVD.
    2. If 1. works, move internal drive to external cabinet.
    3. If 2. works, get a new SATA cable. If 2. doesn't work, get a new drive.
    4. If 1. doesn't work, send it to a professional or buy a new machine.
     
  6. MontanaJohn thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I'll give it a try. Thanks.
     
  7. grahamperrin, Jun 16, 2016
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    grahamperrin macrumors 601

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    If you can boot (from any OS X startup volume) in single user mode, run the following command:

    nvram boot-args="-v keepsyms=y"

    Then at the command line:

    shutdown -r now

    Whilst keepsyms=y is in NVRAM, any kernel panic should present something more human-readable in the backtrace.

    Also: the kern_… files at
    http://opensource.apple.com/source/xnu/xnu-3247.1.106/bsd/kern/
    – a future kernel panic might show the name of the file and the line number within that file.
     
  8. grahamperrin macrumors 601

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    Apologies: in my last post, where I wrote 'exit' I should have written 'shutdown -r now'. Corrected.

    An exit alone (from single user mode, to normal mode) is not enough for the boot arguments to take effect.
     

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