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Originally Posted by xxredxpandaxx View Post
When I got the computer I upgraded it to 16Gb of RAM and put a 180Gb SSD in where the HDD was and took out the optical drive and put the 500Gb HDD that came with it in there. That was almost a year ago and the kernal panics have just recently started happening.
Many times kernel panics are hardware related. And many times that hardware is the ram. Maybe your ram has gone bad for some reason...or maybe the ram needs to be reseated.

If reseating the ram doesn't help. Then you can test the ram by removing 1 stick at a time...and testing it (assuming you have two sticks of ram installed)...to see if one stick of ram is bad.

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