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Easy Fix: Apple Remote Not Working (Suddenly Stops Responding)

Easy Fix: Apple Remote Not Working (Suddenly Stops Responding)

If your Apple Remote suddenly stops responding, similarly in this post we previously wrote about, perform the following steps.   Go to System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> Advanced. Check and un-check disable remote control infrared receiver to re-sync your Apple remote with your Mac.     There are unconfirmed reports of Apple remote not playing while...

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VirtualBox Mac OS Kernel Panics: VBoxNetAdp 5.2.22 Kext

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It appears the Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.6 2018-003 security update conflicts with several 3rd party drivers and hardware. When you installed this security update, Mac OS may have automatically disabled Oracle VirtualBox extensions in Security & Privacy. Several users are reporting online VirtualBox extensions are causing kernel panics with their Mac. The result is your...

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Fix: Kernel Driver Not Installed (rc=-1908) VirtualBox Mac

Fix: Kernel Driver Not Installed (rc=-1908) VirtualBox Mac

When you try to launch a virtual machine in Oracle VirtualBox, you receive successive error messages.   Kernel driver not installed (rc-1908) Make sure the kernel module has been loaded successfully. where.suplibOslnit what:3 VERR_VM_DRIVER_NOT_INSTALLED (-1908) - The support driver is not installed. On linux, open returned ENOENT   You may also receive this error message:  ...

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Panic Medic Boot Apple Mac – What to Do?

Panic Medic Boot Apple Mac – What to Do?

Did your MacOS computer suddenly reboot itself? If so, you may have received a pop-up message after logging back in.   Panic Medic Boot A third party kernel extension was preventing the machine from successfully booting. All third party kernel extensions have been disabled. You will be prompted to re-enable them in the Security & Privacy...

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Panic Report: “vm_phantom_cache.c:228” – Mac OS

Panic Report: “vm_phantom_cache.c:228” – Mac OS

If you are receiving Mac OS kernel panic reports that have a similar output below, try disabling 3rd party USB drivers or related hardware. We received panic reports while copying Mac OS system files to a backup drive using a 3rd party USB card. Not only were the copies not completing successfully (they indicated they were),...

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Where Are Kernel Panic Logs Mac Located?

Where Are Kernel Panic Logs Mac Located?

You can find crash and kernel panic logs Mac OS creates for the entire system (not just the current logged in user) in the following location:   /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports   The log file name for kernel panic logs will be in this form:   Kernel_DATE-TIME_user.panic   Note: This is the current path for Kernel Panic logs for macOS...

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