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Kernel Panic on Restart Asus P6T Deluxe V2 Core i7 920

Restart Kernel Panic Asus P6t Deluxe V2 Core i7 920

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Hi guys, I have an Asus P6t Deluxe V2 board with a core i7 920, 12 gigs of ram (6 sticks), running 10.7.2. Everything is pretty much great except for the Kernel Panics I'm getting on restart/shutdown. I've repaired permissions already. Here are some screenshots of the KP after I attempt to restart.

As always thanks in advance for looking this over and any suggestions/help/explanations, there is always more to learn with this hacking.


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This may help you:

In short verify the file system of any NTFS drives plugged in to your system. Better still unplug all drives apart from your OS X one and see if the problem persists.

Don't be scared to read apple forums regarding panics, a good hack is pretty much the same as a real mac so the problems crossover.

Also if you don't know how to read kernel panics where it says "extensions in backtrace:" thats the driver thats giving you issues



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Agree fully with rockinron_1 - one thing I don't agree with is a comment on the apple forum linked that ntfs drivers are extremely stable, especially once you try to enable any write support. So aside from the obvious unplugging of drives and filesystem repair, if you have Paragon or Tuxtera installed to enable writing to NTFS, that would be another thing to look at...by look I mean remove

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