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Diagnosing a recurring kernel panic can be difficult.
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They are usually caused by software that was installed, or a problem with connected hardware.
To help avoid kernel panics, install all available software updates until Software Update reports, "Your software is up to date." OS X updates help your Mac handle the kinds of issues that can cause kernel panics, such as malformed network packets, or third party software issues.
Kernel Core Dumps – This technote explains how you can enable remote kernel core dumps used to collect data about the kernel panic.
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The kernel panic text is added to the log after you restart the computer, assuming that you did not reset PRAM (the kernel panic text is stored in PRAM until you restart).
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