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and the memory... Try disabling those. or just the parallels one? try to run with lower amount of RAM does it overheat? have a peek here

sudo mdutil -a -E Remove the true file. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply handheldgames, Mar 13, 2011 handheldgames macrumors 6502a Joined: Apr 4, 2009 #5 Power supply is usually 1st to Options: Reply• Quote Newer Topic Older Topic Goto:Forum List • Message List • New Topic • Create A New Profile • Recent Messages • RSS • Log In Sorry, only registered OWC Larry - Looks like I may need a swap, given the above info...

Last edit at 12/12/2012 02:13PM by Spiff. Other consideration is how data was migrated and from what - could be a file or parameter in the physical files/app that is chocking something up. Privacy Policy Copyright Notice Terms of Service Log in Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity Knowledgebase Menu Search

  1. So is it kernel_task on your Mac or on the virtual machine that is taking up all the processing power?
  2. No migration assistant was used.
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  4. See this thread:http://discussions.apple.com/message.jspa?messageID=11338497but it doesn't look like a fatal problem.
  5. Quite literally, that is what is says.
  6. check /usr/local/jds/logs/jamf.log for more information.
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Aug 13, 2010 8:27 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Danny1974, Danny1974 Aug 14, 2010 11:30 AM in response to William Boyd, Jr. Posted by: Wags Date: December 12, 2012 02:06PM Exorcism? Let me know if anything stands out. Current app mode = 1 ( DESKTOP_MAC ) build version: 6.0.11826.611899 Tue, 19 Oct 2010 18:13:56 10-28 09:18:38.997 F /prl_naptd:236:207/ Current maxfiles_limit is 1024 (sys_val=1024) 10-28 09:23:13.455 F /disp:162:8d03/ Hardware Configuration

This could not be flagged. This test tries to find and sanity check the SMBIOS data structures. I tried removing the apple ram and trying with the owc sticks, but just the same thing. Reason 1 (unspecified)All those messages look routine, except for possibly that one.

I zapped the PRAM and reset Spotlight, again, yesterday. Reason 1 (unspecified)setWOW_parameters:movements = 2(1)/drv/ Hypapic.c:234 Host Apic phy 0xFEE00000 lin 0x5e6a8000 ver 8x15/drv/ HypVtd.c:3500 [vtdinit]/drv/ HypVtd.c:3516 [vtdinit] VTD initialisation disabled/drv/ Hyplowcache.c:173 low cache initialized (6200kb for 8 vms on 4096 Posted by: Spiff Date: December 12, 2012 02:09PM Quotespace-time bad ram? Your Mac has 6 GB of RAM so you could possibly allocate 1 or 2 or even 3 GB to the virtual machine.

I could use Winclone, I suppose. I have my system set to verbose so I did see it hang several times on: kernel: com.parallels.kext.prlnet 7.0.15052.710728 is unloading. good recommendation. If not, return the machine...

Send us an email b. navigate here I have zapped PRAM earlier today (so far so good?) and tried resetting Spotlight. Low voltage can screw a lot of things up. We also boast an active community focused on purchasing decisions and technical aspects of the iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Mac platforms.

I did reset the SMC, PRAM and NVRAM several times. This section will try and give some context to specific test failures. Tried a few times, same thing: grey screen, mouse visible, when I move it, bum, spinwheel forever. http://chatflow.net/failed-to/failed-to-find-entry-for-user-samba.html Is there a limit to the number of nested 'for' loops?

It's also not clear if the computer is actually restarting itself, or if you are physically restarting it after seeing that screen. [support.apple.com] And if that's what you're seeing, I'd suspect http://ricston.com/blog/entry-point-r... bVerboseLogEnabled=0 /drv/ HypApic.c:230 Host APIC phy 0xFEE00000 lin 0x781ee000 ver 0x14 /drv/ HypVtd.c:3718 [vtdInit] /drv/ HypVtd.c:3734 [vtdInit] VTD initialization disabled /drv/ HypLowCache.c:173 Low cache initialized (10272 kB for 12 VMs on

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Posted by: C(-)ris Date: December 12, 2012 02:19PM Also, is there anything in console from right before the restarts? No, create an account now. I'm guessing that the reason for the error was that SMBIOS wasn't being populated in the paravirt images that my xen hosts are deploying. this contact form Lucky for him, the rock kept the dirt from burying him alive." If idiots could fly, this place would be an airport.

Is there any way you can capture the last messages of the boot sequence? Stay logged in Parallels Forums Home Forums > Parallels Cross-Platform Solutions > Parallels Desktop for Mac > Mac OS X Guest OS Discussion > Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms Those log messages likely have nothing to do with your problem. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up failed to find entry point even though Dependency Walker says it's there up vote 0 down vote favorite After launching my app,

What happened after the last message? ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to failed. This is the first time i felt not so well with all this, I must confess. try to run with lower amount of RAM does it overheat?

Thanks. Posted by: GGD Date: December 12, 2012 03:13PM QuoteSpiff I'm not getting a kernel panic. Do you know exactly what time the hang occurs? That "there was a problem and the computer needed to be restarted" message sounds like the wording in a Kernel Panic screen.

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share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply pipep, Mar 13, 2011 pipep thread starter macrumors member Joined: Dec 18, 2007 #6 Thanks for the advice, if problem still there - got that bit ruled out. It helps to have the clock showing in the menu bar with the seconds showing, then note the time when the hang starts and when the hang ends, then look for Comment Add comment 10 |1200 characters needed characters left characters exceeded ▼ Viewable by all users Viewable by moderators Viewable by moderators and the original poster Advanced visibility Viewable by all

Very annoying especially as I had previously gone through extensive disk/directory rebuilds and restores from All Tests Passed backups. But, I do hope you get it fixed; sounds to me like it might be bad RAM, or maybe a bad power cord that is shorting out causing it to turn I guess that is a kernel panic?