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How to Fix Kernel Panic on Mac?

by Yanmin Gyip Apple Mac Technical Support Number

Kernel Panic is the error that simply occurs when your Mac keeps restarting for no reason. Due to this error, your Mac screen goes black with various warning messages like “You need to restart your computer.” Receiving if this warning message is to distinguish Kernel Panic from usual Mac restarts and app crashes.  The Kernel Panic is just a Mac version of “BSOD” on Windows, but fortunately, it could be fixed easily. You can deal with the problem on your own or could have Apple Mac Customer Support from the experts of the reliable helpdesk.

 

When the Kernel Panic error occurs, you Mac encounters a critical error that cannot handle easily, therefore, it shut down automatically. Here, a basic restart can help but the solutions would not last long. Kernel Panic is worse when it appears on a regular basis, specifically if your Mac crashes right on startup. It may be an indication of hardware failure, which is actually a serious problem.

 

Reasons behind Kernel Panic on Mac:

 

There are multiple reasons behind the occurrence of Kernel Panic error on Mac that you can find in the list below-

  • Not enough RAM and lack of hard drive space.
  • Outdated drivers or plugins
  • Broken disk permissions
  • Conflicting apps
  • Hardware issues and incompatible peripherals

In order to go with the solutions steps to fix the Kernel Panic, the first step you need to begin with is that you need to separate hardware issues from software errors.

 

Software solutions to fix Kernel Panic on Mac:

 

Method 1- Update All Your Software:

 

Here, you need to open App Store via Spotlight or Apple menu. After this, go to “App store” and then click “Updates” to the latest updates available for your Mac. If there is an outdated tool for long then it can be the foremost reason for the Kernel Panic.

 

Method 2- Find which Apps Are Corrupted:


In case your Mac keeps on crashing on a specific app, then the app must be the strong cause of the problem. In this situation, you should try to update the problem app and then reboot your device.

 

Method 3- Repair Disk Permissions:

 

Most of the time, the applications are conflicting with each other in order to get access to files and folders. Resolving the broken permissions supports a big deal. But, the option to repair disk manually has been disabled in Disk Utility since OS X El Caption. But if you working with OS X Y Yosemite or older Operating System, you need to follow the steps-

  • Restart your Mac holding Command + R
  • Launch Disk Utility
  • Click First Aid and  Repair Disk Permissions


Method 4- Launch Disk Utility: 


The other possible reason behind the Kernel Panic is corrupted files or issues with external devices. In order to fix the problem, you should open Disk Utility’s first aid tool that would help you to detect the disk errors. Follow the instructions to do so-

  • Firstly select the “Apple Menu” and then “Restart”.
  • While restarting your computer device, you need to hold down Command + R 
  • After this, Go to “Disk Utility” and “First Aid”.


Moreover, you can have more help and support from the experts and professionals to whom you can reach via toll-free Apple Mac Technical Support Number – (1-877-708-3372). Here, you can clarify your doubts and get answers to your each and every query that you are having regarding your Mac.


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About Yanmin Gyip Junior   Apple Mac Technical Support Number

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Created on Apr 3rd 2018 16:15. Viewed 615 times.

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