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Whenever I walk up to the macbook air I have to wait while it "always"says "It had to unexpectedly restart. Did not always do this. So I "send report" but that hasn't changed anything. Any thoughts? Thks in Advance

PS So it seems to me that when I go to use the computer it first wants to restart. Hmph...
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Sounds like a kernal panic, but I can't be sure.

Sending the report only helps Apple to keep a record of what users are experiencing in order to inform them on actions to take with a newer release. It will not help you with a current problem.
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