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08-19-2013, 04:53 PM
What you got is a Kernel Panic and the usual outcome of it is a reboot.
What version of OS X is this Macbook Pro running? If it is Mountain Lion, ensure it is running the latest upgrade. If you are using either Lion or Mountain Lion, get into the Recovery Console by holding down CMD+r during boot-up. Then go to Disk Utility and perform a disk repair.
Once that is complete, reboot the Mac and see if continues to have issue. If it does, then power-off, and power-on the Mac and when you hear the startup sound, immediately hit and hold the SHIFT key to get safe mode. You can release the key when you see a gray screen and a progress bar.
The system will fully load up, login and see if you get Kernel panics in this mode.
If you continue to get Kernel panics (KPs), then you might have a hardware issue (usually RAM) and we might need to further isolate that..
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