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Kernel panic.Macbook 2007.

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Mac Specs: Macbook pro early 2011

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Hi guys, ,
and happy xmas in advance for those who believe in it.
Just had for the first time in years a kernel panic (black screen with force shut down) in my macbook 2007 Intel core duo 2 3Gb memory, brand new motherboard, (internal microphone malfunctioning) snow leopard 10.6.5.
Brand new 500gb hard drive.
Anyway, I have just freshly re-installed os last night and this morning I was in the process of re-installing office 2011 when I kernel crash windows appeared and forced me to shut down.

I here attach kernel log file.
Can someone kindly tell me what went out to cause such crash and if possible
is there an app that can help me backtracking and interpreting kernel/general crashes. I am a java developer therefore I can delve into code if necessary.

Thanks in advance

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File Type: pdf kernel log.pdf (57.4 KB, 4 views)
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