macbook reboots every time i connect my monitors

macbook reboots every time i connect my monitors

i have the latest macbook, and the LG27 inch Mac Monitor with USB-C connectors that connects directly into the macbook, everytime i disconnect and reconnects the macbook restarts

i got this from the logs
Wed Jun 20 10:46:23 2018

*** MCA Error Report ***
CPU Machine Check Architecture Error Dump (CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7920HQ CPU @ 3.10GHz, CPUID: 0x906E9)
CATERR detected! No MCA data found.
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serialbandCommented:
You might need to take it to the Apple Store.  Have them check the dump.  The may have to change out the Logic Board.

In the meantime, try resetting the SMC and then the PRAM to see if that can actually solve this problem.

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nobusCommented:
can you test with an other monitor, or test this monitor on another Mac?  to determine if the mac is the problem or not?
nobusCommented:
it guy, what was the problem, or solution?
IT GuyAuthor Commented:
we ended up upgrading to the latest version of the Mac OS, i do think this was an issue with their previous versions since it was happening to multiple macbooks
nobusCommented:
tx for the update
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