Something is seriously not right with my trusty Macbook. This Mid 2010 unibody white has served me for a long time without a single issue. I'm running OS X 10.9.5 - the computer is a 2.4 C2D, upgraded to 8 GB of RAM many years ago. Never any problems. Ever. Over the weekend I got a kernel panic restart while browsing the web. Next day it happened again! And it happened while the laptop was idle. The computer was on the screen saver, about to go to sleep any minute, and then it just restarted. I was worried but then not much happened for the next few days. Then just now I was watching Netflix and the computer restarted again (report attached below). And now it's all fine - in fact, I'm writing from this very computer! 3 kernel panic restarts in less than a week? What the heck is happening? Is my computer about to kick the bucket? This never happened before. I haven't installed any new software in months. No changes. I have no idea what's going on. Only thing I can think of is that I'm a pretty heavy Chrome user (which hogs way more resources than it should). But then again, I used Chrome for years and years and always had way too many tabs open... so this isn't anything new. What's the deal? Please help!