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    new macbook pro system log normal?

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    new macbook pro system log normal?

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    new macbook pro system log normal?
    Hello,

    My MacBook Pro is a week old. Today I had to force quit FinalCutPro. I then decided to check the system log, just in case. Here's what looks strange to me (I removed all the other lines):

    Apr 24 12:37:54 localhost kernel[0]: MCHC: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:54 localhost kernel[0]: MCH2: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:54 localhost kernel[0]: LPCB: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: IMAP: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: SBUS: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: TRIM: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: NVPM: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: OHC1: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: EHC1: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: OHC2: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: EHC2: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: GIGE: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: SATA: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: RP01: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: IXVE: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: P4MI: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: RP04: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: RP05: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: RP06: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: pci-bridge: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: GFX0: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: IGPU: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: ARPT: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: FRWR: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: HDEF: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: GFX0: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: IGPU: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: GFX0: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: IGPU: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: MCHC: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: IMAP: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: NVPM: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: LPCB: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: MCH2: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: HDEF: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: P4MI: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: SBUS: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: TRIM: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: GFX0: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:55 localhost kernel[0]: IGPU: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:56 localhost kernel[0]: GFX0: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:56 localhost kernel[0]: IGPU: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:56 localhost kernel[0]: IGPU: family specific matching fails
    Apr 24 12:37:56 localhost kernel[0]: GFX0: family specific matching fails

    However, the computer seems to work fine now. I was just wondering if this is normal.

    Michel

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    new macbook pro system log normal?

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    Thank you! I'm new to mac (pc and mainly Linux) so wasn't entirely sure where to post

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