Unfortunately, the message about rebooting your machine often indicates a hardware problem; that is, that there is something wrong with your machine. For ex., faulty RAM. •• Edit: This is especially true if you see the message to restart (called a kernel panic) multiple times.•• It could also be a faulty kernel extension (.kext). More than one possible cause.
Since I don't use extra .kexts, I would start by troubleshooting the RAM. Good luck. Please let us know what you discover. If you have more ??s, please ask again.
(I typed this on my iPod Touch! Not too bad.)
Last edited by ex2bot; September 29th, 2007 at 01:25 AM.
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