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So how can I check why it just "restarted"? I want to know if my crashing problem came back after such a long time of stability, if asking Chrome to update somehow allowed the other pending upgrades to restart the OS, or if it was some other reason.




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After a while, you should see a message which contains a number indicating a reason. To find the meaning of that number, you can use this site: -causes/. For example, my last shutdown cause was "-128" which, unfortunately, is "unknown".


Sat Jul 10 08:49:33 MacBookPro kernel[0] : Wake reason = OHC1Sat Jul 10 17:21:57 MacBookPro kernel[0] : Wake reason = PWRBSun Jul 11 08:34:20 MacBookPro kernel[0] : Wake reason = EHC2Sun Jul 16 18:25:28 MacBookPro kernel[0] : Wake reason = OHC1


Not a single one of these has provide a clue that fixed my issue. Been all over System Preferences. Looked at WiFI, Energy Saver, But Tooth, Network, Desktop & Screen Savers. Turned off everything I can think of. Still wakes up for no reason.


I was having this same problem and the wake reason that I was getting was XHC1, which appears to be related to the USB ports on my MacBook Pro. In my case, the culprit was a hard drive docking station that was turned on, but did not have a hard drive plugged into it at the time and was not making any noise so I had no idea it was still on. I also had no idea that it would try to communicate so actively with my computer. I hope this saves somebody out there and a lot of frustration.


Nov 25 13:12:28 AaronsiMac kernel[0] : Wake reason: ? (User)Nov 26 01:04:50 AaronsiMac kernel[0] : Wake reason: ? (User)Nov 26 03:58:09 AaronsiMac kernel[0] : Wake reason: ? (User)Nov 27 10:58:50 AaronsiMac kernel[0] : Wake reason: ? (User)Nov 27 18:32:55 AaronsiMac kernel[0] : Wake reason: ? (User)Nov 27 20:38:28 AaronsiMac kernel[0] : Wake reason: ? (User)Nov 27 22:41:37 AaronsiMac kernel[0] : Wake reason: ? (User)


Sat Aug 21 07:06:40 IgorMacBook kernel[0] : Wake reason = UHC3Sat Aug 21 10:50:59 IgorMacBook kernel[0] : Wake reason = UHC3Sat Aug 21 12:12:42 IgorMacBook kernel[0] : Wake reason = UHC3Sat Aug 21 12:20:07 IgorMacBook kernel[0] : Wake reason = UHC3Sun Aug 22 09:11:37 IgorMacBook kernel[0] : Wake reason = UHC3Sun Aug 22 13:13:14 IgorMacBook kernel[0] : Wake reason = UHC3


Good info, but my current issue with waking gives a blank wake code, as in:7/21/10 12:18:31 AMkernelSystem Sleep7/21/10 12:18:55 AMkernelWake reason =7/21/10 12:18:55 AMkernelSystem Wake


This software is no longer available for the download. This could be due to the program being discontinued, having a security issue or for other reasons.


Peripheral devices cause malfunctions. It is a common reason for Mac shuts, especially if you leave any peripheral device plugged in all the time. Mainly, it happens because any of the devices connected is not working properly.


Certain Trojans and spyware run high-impact processes without your knowledge, which could explain why your Mac is getting hot for no apparent reason. If you suspect malware has commandeered your machine, take steps to remove any viruses from your Mac and neutralize ransomware immediately. Then, install robust security software to keep your MacBook safe and your data secure.


One reason your Macbook Pro or Macbook Air are overheating might be too many files to work through as they perform daily operations. One way to address that can be cleaning out any junk or unnecessary files on your device.


There are many things that could be causing your MacBook to overheat. One of the most common reasons is something could be blocking the vents, or that you've placed it near another device that generates heat.


Another common reason for an overheating MacBook is that the processor is doing too much work. For instance, it could be that you have too many windows, apps, or tabs open (for example, in Google Chrome), or that you're multitasking a lot.


Ariana Grande has revealed the reason she and Mac Miller parted ways, after being accused by a fan of abandoning him for another man and blaming her for his recent arrest and DUI. On Monday, the user wrote: "Mac Miller totalling his G wagon and getting a DUI after Ariana Grande dumped him for another dude after he poured his heart out on a ten song album to her called the divine feminine is just the most heartbreaking thing happening in Hollywood."


"He was a good friend and was wonderful to my sister," Frankie wrote. "He was the reason I went to the rehabilitation center where I was detoxed safely from all of the drugs alcohol and medications I was taking, when I couldn't imagine living without them.


Either you have diagnosed the reason why your MacBook bro is randomly shutting down or not, the one thing that you will be looking forward to is how to fix this random shutting down problem of your MacBook. Here we have some of the methods that can help you fix this problem.


The next solution that you should try for the random shutting down problem of your MacBook pro is trying resetting the PRAM. PRAM, also short for parameter ram can be the reason why your MacBook pro is shutting down automatically. You should try resting it, to fix any error caused by it.


Another reason for your problem can be outdated or corrupt macOS. The best option, in this case, is to simply install a fresh macOS or update your previous version to the latest one and this should do the trick.


There is a chance that the reason your MacBook is overheating is there's something wrong with the cooling fan itself. Baked into your Mac is a hardware diagnostic tool. If it was made prior to June 2013, you'll use the Apple Hardware Test. After that date, you'll use Apple Diagnostics.


For many Mac users, paying a premium for an Apple devices is worth it for many reasons. In fact, Macs are often known to have great security features, outlive their non-Mac counterparts, and remain lightning-fast even afters years of use. For this reason, it can be quite bothersome when your Mac is slow.


Your Mac uses random access memory (RAM) to store temporary information (in contrast to the hard drive, which is used for long-term storage). RAM allows you to quickly access data, and the lack of ample RAM space may be the reason your Mac is lagging.


ESP-IDF applications can be started or restarted due to a variety of reasons. To get the last reset reason, call esp_reset_reason() function. See description of esp_reset_reason_t for the list of possible reset reasons.


This function can be called both from PRO and APP CPUs. After successful restart, CPU reset reason will be SW_CPU_RESET. Peripherals (except for Wi-Fi, BT, UART0, SPI1, and legacy timers) are not reset. This function does not return.


There was an obvious reason to upgrade to Parallels 11 last year for people who wanted to run Windows 10 on a Mac. That's because Parallels 11 was the only version to support Windows 10 in Coherence Mode, which lets Windows applications run on a Mac in their own windows and integrate with the Mac's Notification Center. Without Coherence Mode, Windows applications are all contained in a single window that displays Microsoft's whole operating system.


So why pay for an upgrade to Parallels 12? After reviewing the announcement materials and interviewing Parallels executives about the new release, I get the feeling that even they're struggling to offer a good reason.


Based on fresh news from Bloomberg, it is said that Apple has ditched plans for a new highly powerful Mac Pro flaunting a M2 Extreme model. There has been a delay in launching a new Mac Pro and this explains why. Apple wanted to do the Mac Pro with the M2 Ultra and M2 Extreme chip. The report also mentions several reasons why Apple is ditching the Extreme version of the Mac Pro.


One of the main reasons behind ditching the M2 Extreme chip was the complexities of making the chip and its production. On top of that, Apple has been wondering whether consumers would be ready to shell that amount of money for its Mac Pro model. In today's world, the Mac Pro would cost somewhere around $10000, which is a lot of money for a computer.


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