macbook restarted unexpectedly

Anonymous UUID:       32C9DF0F-B37F-6B16-91C4-A25847652EE6

Sun Aug  2 12:21:38 2015

*** Panic Report ***
panic(cpu 0 caller 0xffffff800cc17cc2): Kernel trap at 0xffffff800d098c1e, type 14=page fault, registers:
CR0: 0x000000008001003b, CR2: 0x0000010000000010, CR3: 0x000000001042a000, CR4: 0x0000000000002660
RAX: 0x0000010000000001, RBX: 0x0000000000002000, RCX: 0x0000010000000010, RDX: 0xffffff8017ab9390
RSP: 0xffffff809f6d3ed8, RBP: 0xffffff809f6d3f00, RSI: 0x0000010000000010, RDI: 0xffffffffffffffff
R8:  0xffffff8010b6df10, R9:  0xfffffffffffff000, R10: 0x000ffffffffff000, R11: 0x0000077710f11949
R12: 0x0000000000000040, R13: 0x00000000deadbeef, R14: 0xffffff809abada68, R15: 0x0000000000000001
RFL: 0x0000000000010202, RIP: 0xffffff800d098c1e, CS:  0x0000000000000008, SS:  0x0000000000000010
Fault CR2: 0x0000010000000010, Error code: 0x0000000000000002, Fault CPU: 0x0

Backtrace (CPU 0), Frame : Return Address
0xffffff809f6d3b80 : 0xffffff800cb2bda1
0xffffff809f6d3c00 : 0xffffff800cc17cc2
0xffffff809f6d3dc0 : 0xffffff800cc34b73
0xffffff809f6d3de0 : 0xffffff800d098c1e
0xffffff809f6d3f00 : 0xffffff800cfa426e
0xffffff809f6d3f20 : 0xffffff800cd2c0af
0xffffff809f6d3f90 : 0xffffff800cbc9ea5
0xffffff809f6d3fb0 : 0xffffff800cc125b7

BSD process name corresponding to current thread: kernel_task

Mac OS version:

Kernel version:
Darwin Kernel Version 14.4.0: Thu May 28 11:35:04 PDT 2015; root:xnu-2782.30.5~1/RELEASE_X86_64
Kernel UUID: E3C26B2F-8B97-3F1D-B193-690F7E34F830
Kernel slide:     0x000000000c800000
Kernel text base: 0xffffff800ca00000
__HIB  text base: 0xffffff800c900000
System model name: MacBook6,1 (Mac-F22C8AC8)

System uptime in nanoseconds: 17044354704957
last loaded kext at 244746810079:      1.10 (addr 0xffffff7f8f912000, size 69632)
last unloaded kext at 305199484041:      1.10 (addr 0xffffff7f8f912000, size 61440)
loaded kexts:
foo.tap      1.0
foo.tun      1.0
com.globaldelight.driver.BoomDevice      1.3
com.globaldelight.driver.Boom2Device      1.1
net.telestream.driver.TelestreamAudio      1.0.5
com.Cycling74.driver.Soundflower      1.5.1
com.squirrels.driver.AirParrotSpeakers      1.8      1.9.5d0      1.70      1.0.1      4.3.5f8      7.0.0      1      1      110.19.6      3.0      1      124      272.18.1      272.18.1      1.0.0      4.0.0      1.7.3      10.0.0      3.6.1      4.3.5f8      170.7.4      1.2.12      3.0.4d1      240.2      240.2      1.0.0d1      1.0.0      36      3.7.5      404      2.7.1      800.20.24      3.1.2      2.0.22      705.4.2      705.4.14      656.4.1      161.0.0      2.0      1.8      3.1      2.1      3.1      1.7      218.0.0      161      3      8      218.0.0      97.4      11      3.10.24      1.0      272.18.1      1.15      1.0.0      1.0.12d1      1.0.0      272.18.1      272.18.1      203.3      1.2.0      5.9.1d7      10.0.0      10.0.0      4.3.5f8      4.3.5f8      705.4.0      1.1.0      2.4.1      1.0.13d1      2.4.1      3.1.9      245.2      705.4.0      705.4.0      705.4.9      3.7.5      1.7      1.7.1      1.7.1      2.6.1      3.7.5      730.60      2.7.5      3.2      2.2.9      720.4.4      2.0      2.0      2.0.0      1.1      300.0      1.0.0d1      2      1.0.5      1.0      397      2.0      31      28.30      3.1      2.9      1.4      1      1.0      1
Model: MacBook6,1, BootROM MB61.00C8.B00, 2 processors, Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.26 GHz, 4 GB, SMC 1.51f53
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, PCI, 256 MB
Memory Module: BANK 0/DIMM0, 2 GB, DDR3, 1333 MHz, 0x0198, 0x393930353431372D3031362E413031472020
Memory Module: BANK 1/DIMM0, 2 GB, DDR3, 1333 MHz, 0x0198, 0x393930353431372D3031362E413031472020
AirPort: spairport_wireless_card_type_airport_extreme (0x14E4, 0x93), Broadcom BCM43xx 1.0 (
Bluetooth: Version 4.3.5f8 15969, 3 services, 27 devices, 1 incoming serial ports
Network Service: AirPort, AirPort, en1
Serial ATA Device: OWC Mercury Electra 3G SSD, 240.06 GB
Serial ATA Device: MATSHITADVD-R   UJ-898
USB Device: Built-in iSight
USB Device: Apple Internal Keyboard / Trackpad
USB Device: BRCM2070 Hub
USB Device: Bluetooth USB Host Controller
Thunderbolt Bus:

that was the error

any ideas what cause it???
brian ramdhaniCT Technician Asked:
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Try uninstalling Boom and see if it makes a difference. If it does, try downloading and installing the latest version.
I think it's Yosemite 10.10.4.  Is that what you have installed?  My system just froze, crashed, and rebooted 3 times in a row yesterday.  It also did that 10 days ago.

Reset the SMC.
Reset the PRAM.

Depending on which bunch of software you run, you'll need to do both of those quite often to keep your system stable and reduce your freezing, crashing and random resets.  I can't count how often I've had to do that so far.  It's definitely up in the mid double digits during the 2 years I've had my current Mac.  I've had to reboot more frequently than once a month too.  The only macs I see that don't reboot, are the ones that only do basically a single task and users do nothing else on them.

On a Thinkpad T20, with my equivalent usage pattern of heavy use and lots of software testing, I think I've only had to do equivalent to the SMC reset maybe 3 times total in the 7 years I had it.  I've also had maybe 3 system reboots or blue screens on 3 Windows systems I've run in that same time.  I also didn't have to reboot every month since I knew which service I could stop to safely install certain patches without a reboot.
If you are having to constantly reset the PRAM and the SMC, something is wrong. You should almost never have to do that you need to do some diagnostics to see what is causing the problem. The next time you get a freeze or crash, check your system logs to try to find out what is causing the problem.  There is a good chance you have some outdated software that is incompatible with Yosemite.

Have you checked your disk using Verify Disk with Disk Utility.
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Yes, I've checked those.  I've mentioned in the previous post that I use my system for testing software.

OSX, and Apple in general, has never been so good at running multiple 3rd party programs and staying on for long periods of time.  It's stable for general users, but not so stable for someone that runs multiple applications for testing throughout the day.  OS X will crash more than Windows when you run those.  This has been the case for a decades.  My experience is certainly not typical, even in the pre-OS X days.  Yes, for me, classic Macs have always crashed more than Windows of the same era, even in a brand new install.  I also wipe my system anew and only copy just the data files and Macs still crash more for me.  I can keep Windows cruft around without killing the system, but Macs are not that robust in comparison.

It's not the drivers.  If I run the same limited, basic software that everyone else runs, it would be stable.  I know what's crashing it; it's the 3rd party application.  The crashes also necessitate a SMC & PRAM reset.  Maybe the 3rd party app programmers for Apple are just less experienced, or the API is not as robust, or Apple lets the programmer spill over into kernel space with buffer overruns.

In any case, I'm not just running the plain, vanilla, Apple programs that general consumers use.  Modern Windows contains user space programs better.  A single program will generally not crash Windows and blue screen it anymore.  You'd have to install a virus with elevated administrator privileges for that.  This also means that viruses and trojans on Mac are going to be a big problem once the criminal gangs decide that Macs are profitable enough to target.  Apple has been relying on low market share obscurity for "safety".  They're about a decade behind in real OS security because of lack of interest and lack of attack experience.

I test installs.  I make boot images.  Clients use 3rd party software.  I support a lot of different systems.

The only time my Mac didn't crash a lot for me was when I didn't use it.
Maybe so, but I see no indication that Slingshot is using his computer as testbed for multiple third party applications and in his case it would probably be more helpful to try to isolate the app or driver that is causing the kernel panic than suggest a bandaid solution of multiple SMC resets.
Sure, track down the issue if it's continuing, but always do the relatively quick 1st solution to see if that fixed it before wasting time pouring through voluminous logs.  I find that, except for my special case, the SMC and PRAM resets fix 90% of the issues before they have to come to me.
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So, Slinginghot, did you manage to solve the problem and if so, how?
brian ramdhaniCT Technician Author Commented:
I didn't have to do anything I just never got back the problem
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