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Hey guyz,

 

Is it me or is 10.5.5 in general not stable when Parallels (build 5608 or earlier) is launched?

I get weird random kernel panics while I never had this before the update.

 

Would like to know if it's a common problem with these together.

 

Thnx

BiTRiP

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I've been running Parallels Desktop 3.0 for Mac (Build 5608) with no issues even after upgrading from 10.5.4 to 10.5.5, using the 9.5.0 vanilla kernel. I have an XP SP3 installation and it's still blazing fast. No panics, no lag, no issues to report here.

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Thanks for your reply methamp!

I just noticed it's not the combination 10.5.5 and paralells but some anoying problem with my mobo+memory.

 

So, I think this topic can be closed unless others are having probs after update...

 

Thnx.

BiTRiP

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Hey guyz,

 

Is it me or is 10.5.5 in general not stable when Parallels (build 5608 or earlier) is launched?

I get weird random kernel panics while I never had this before the update.

 

Would like if it's a common problem with these together.

 

Thnx

BiTRiP

 

Same here! Although, I am not sure, that it is related to parallels, I have a LOT of panics (at least once a day) since 10.5.5

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FWIW, I was having the "Grey Curtain of Death" experience quite a bit - although seemingly random.

I decided to deactivate all the sleep options from the Energy Saver Preference Pane (except Sleep displays).

All went well for around 4 days - heavy work in Logic Pro - and no more Death Curtain . . . until

 

One isolated panic-event - when I was messing about with Sleep, Restart, and Shutdown key commands.

Happened after the "Quit all Applications and Restart" key combo ( Command + Control + Eject)

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Ok guys I figured out the problem.................

Actually I had enabled the indexing for NTFS drive using the code

sudo mdutil -i on /Volumes/The name of the drive....

 

Hence when spotlight indexes the NTFS drive I was getting the Grey Curtain of Death

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