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Need help identifying cause of kernal panic (pic)

29 September 2012 - 06:39 AM

I'm having a hard time understanding the cause of the kernel panic.

Even with npci=0x2000 GraphicsEnabler=No flags in place, the kernel panic still occurs.

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The last action I took was unchecking "Update to 10.7.5" and then running the rest of the updates before issuing a reboot.

My fears are that after a long day of writing code, perhaps my brain was too slow to realize that I did indeed initiate a 10.7.5 update?

If the system wasn't updated, then I'm at a complete loss as to what could have triggered this.

Here's another shot, slightly less blurry..

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An attempt to boot into safe mode produced a slightly different error message:

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PS: I was running 10.7.4 prior to this "possible" update

Unable to delete files on NTFS partition (using Tuxera)

02 January 2012 - 11:58 PM

As of recently, I haven't been able to remove files from an NTFS volume mounted via Tuxera NTFS 2011.4.2

Creating files or renaming them works without a problem, I just can't delete anything.

The following comes up whenever I try to remove a file or directory:

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I have Windows on multiboot, so I gave that a try and was able to remove the files without a problem.

The other thing that worked was opening terminal and switching to root (sudo su) then removing the files -- no problems here either.
And that's why I'm confused, because the permissions on all the files and directories are all the same: drwxrwxrwx 1 aspin staff
aspin being my username, and my account be an administrators account that until recently, could easily remove any file on that drive.

Long story short, I can remove files from Windows and from terminal when root, but under my own account I get an error.

Anyone have a guess on what might be happening here?
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