Mark Dain Just had a kernel panic. Getting sick of this, Apple.
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Dongsung Kim Have you tried to repair disk permissions? Though frequent kernel panic might suggest hardware issues.
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Mark Dain I'm considering reinstalling this weekend, but hardware diagnostics is a good idea, I'll run a few now. Most people seem to think it's a hardware issue but I have a strong suspicion it's software, specifically 10.10.3, it's when all the issues started
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Martijn I'm still going strong on Yosemite... really don't know what's up over there. What model MacBook Air are you using? Anything that might be wrong with the model specifically?
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😀 Tom I use Windows as my main OS, I rarely use Macs. I've had the Mac OS crash on me more times than I've gotten BSODs.
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Mark Dain I'm going to reinstall over the weekend which will put me back on 10.10.0. I think I'll just stay on that version until I've figured out what I want to do. I'm considering switching to Linux, although I don't know how well it runs on MacBook Airs. I have a large number of requirements that make it somewhat non trivial. Ideally I'd just move back to Mavericks but I doubt that's possible.
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