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Resolving a kernel panic (network related)

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I had to replace my AsRock945G DVI and got the GA-965P-S3. Now I'm having some kernel panics :( Previous AsRock mobo was running 100% stable with the same conf. except the 500GB sata drive and with only 1gig on ram! Kernel panics are caused by BitTorrent clients: Tested with Azureus, transmission, xtorrent and bitrocket. If I boot up the system and don't open a torrent app everything seems to run stable. Uptime was over 1 day! After opening a torrent application it usually takes about 10 minutes to get a kernel panic. I'm using Buffalo WLI2-PCI-G54S-3 to connect to the internet and the problem is present with new mobo and:


- Old JaS 10.4.8 w/ppf1 installation for asrock mobo

- Clean JaS 10.4.8 w/ppf1 installation with old user (imported with Migration Assistant)

- Clean uphuck 10.4.9 v1.2


There are NO panic.log files at /Library/Logs/


I think there was also a way the disable the standard panic message with this kind of information text about the panic: http://www.info.apple.com/images/kbase/106227/106227_1.jpg Can anyone help me with this?



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