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OS 10.3 - Kernal panic while on internet


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All of a sudden, my Mac has been crashing (kernal panic)while surfing the internet, I have been using Safari and Shiira. The only change I can think of is recently I installed an itunes update. I ran disk repair, cleared system cache, reset Pram, but I am still having this problem.

I am using Panther 10.3.9 on Imac 1.6ghz.
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Hmmm, have you repaired disk permissions? Did that run alright for you?
I ask because the latest version of iTunes has been known to cause issues on 10.3.9:
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"Another fix for Disk Utility errors We continue coverage of an inability to properly run Disk Utility after applying the iTunes 6.0.2 update, receiving the error message:

"Disk Utility lost connection with Disk Management Tool and cannot continue."

part-way through the repair process.

The problem generally affects users running Mac OS X 10.3.9.

Three workarounds have already been noted, and now MacFixIt reader Ian Waterson offers a less invasive procedure: deleting all .pkg files with iTunes in their name from /Library/Receipts expect for for iTunesX.pkg and iTunesPhoneDriver.pkg.

It also appears that stripping the iTunes 6.0.2 Universal Binary of Intel-specific code eliminates this issue, though this procedure is not recommended."
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