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  1. #14
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    EtreCheck version: 5.2 (5C006)
    Report generated: 2019-06-21 20:04:25
    Download EtreCheck from https://etrecheck.com
    Runtime: 6:03
    Performance: Good

    Problem: Computer is restarting

    Major Issues:
    Anything that appears on this list needs immediate attention.
    Kernel panics - This system has experienced kernel panics that could be related to 3rd party software.

    Minor Issues:
    These issues do not need immediate attention but they may indicate future problems or opportunities for improvement.
    Apps crashing - There have been numerous app crashes.
    Clean up - There are orphan files that could be removed.
    Unsigned files - There are unsigned software files installed. They appear to be legitimate but should be reviewed.
    32-bit Apps - This machine has 32-bits apps will not work after macOS 10.14 “Mojave”.
    Limited drive access - More information may be available with Full Drive Access.

    Hardware Information:
    Mac mini (Late 2012)
    Mac mini Model: Macmini6,2
    1 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7 (i7-3615QM) CPU: 4-core
    16 RAM - Upgradeable
    BANK 0/DIMM0 - 8 GB DDR3 1600 ok
    BANK 1/DIMM0 - 8 GB DDR3 1600 ok

    Video Information:
    Intel HD Graphics 4000 - VRAM: 1536 MB
    SAMSUNG 1024 x 768

    Drives:
    disk0 - APPLE HDD HTS541010A9E662 1.00 TB (Mechanical - 5400 RPM)
    Internal SATA 3 Gigabit Serial ATA
    disk0s1 - EFI (MS-DOS FAT32) [EFI] 210 MB
    disk0s2 [APFS Container] 551.30 GB
    disk1 [APFS Virtual drive] 551.30 GB (Shared by 4 volumes)
    disk1s1 - Mac (APFS) (Shared - 141.94 GB used)
    disk1s2 - Preboot (APFS) [APFS Preboot] (Shared - 43 MB used)
    disk1s3 - Recovery (APFS) [Recovery] (Shared - 507 MB used)
    disk1s4 - VM (APFS) [APFS VM] (Shared - 8.59 GB used)
    disk0s3 [APFS Container] 199.35 GB
    disk2 [APFS Virtual drive] 199.35 GB (Shared by 4 volumes)
    disk2s1 - M******1 (APFS) (Shared - 22.51 GB used)
    disk2s2 - Preboot (APFS) [APFS Preboot] (Shared - 23 MB used)
    disk2s3 - Recovery (APFS) [Recovery] (Shared - 510 MB used)
    disk2s4 - VM (APFS) [APFS VM] (Shared - 8.59 GB used)
    disk0s4 249.22 GB

    disk3 - SanDisk Ultra 30.75 GB
    External USB 5 Gbit/s USB
    disk3s1 - EFI (MS-DOS FAT32) [EFI] 210 MB
    disk3s2 - S************E (Journaled HFS+) 30.41 GB (116 MB used)

    Mounted Volumes:
    disk1s1 - Mac 551.30 GB (400.05 GB free)
    APFS
    Mount point: /

    disk1s4 - VM [APFS VM] (Shared - 8.59 GB used)
    APFS
    Mount point: /private/var/vm

    disk2s1 - M******1 199.35 GB (167.46 GB free)
    APFS
    Mount point: /Volumes/M******1

    disk3s2 - S************E 30.41 GB (30.29 GB free)
    Journaled HFS+
    Mount point: /Volumes/S************E
    Owners enabled: No

    Network:
    Interface en0: Ethernet
    Interface fw0: FireWire
    Interface en1: Wi-Fi
    802.11 a/b/g/n
    Interface en4: iPhone
    Interface en3: Bluetooth PAN
    Interface bridge0: Thunderbolt Bridge
    iCloud Quota: 34.73 GB available

    System Software:
    macOS Mojave 10.14.5 (18F132)
    Time since boot: Less than an hour

    Notifications:
    /Applications/EtreCheck.app
    one notification

    Security:
    System Status
    Gatekeeper: Enabled
    System Integrity Protection: Enabled

    Antivirus apps: Avast

    Unsigned Files:
    Launchd: /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.avast.uninstall.plist
    Executable: /Library/Application Support/Avast/autouninstall/autouninstall.sh
    Details: Exact match found in the whitelist - probably OK

    Launchd: /Library/LaunchAgents/com.avast.userinit.plist
    Executable: /Applications/Avast.app/Contents/Backend/hub/userinit.sh
    Details: Exact match found in the whitelist - probably OK

    Launchd: /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.avast.update.plist
    Executable: /Applications/Avast.app/Contents/Backend/scripts/update/update.sh
    Details: Exact match found in the whitelist - probably OK

    Launchd: /Library/LaunchAgents/net.culater.SIMBL.Agent.plist
    Executable: /Library/ScriptingAdditions/SIMBL.osax/Contents/Resources/SIMBL Agent.app/Contents/MacOS/SIMBL Agent
    Details: Exact match found in the whitelist - probably OK

    Launchd: /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.bombich.ccc.plist
    Executable: /Library/PrivilegedHelperTools/com.bombich.ccc
    Details: Exact match found in the whitelist - probably OK

    Launchd: /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.avast.init.plist
    Executable: /Applications/Avast.app/Contents/Backend/hub/init.sh
    Details: Exact match found in the whitelist - probably OK

    32-bit Applications:
    20 32-bit apps

    Kernel Extensions:
    /Applications/Avast.app
    [Loaded] AvastFileShield.kext (4.0.0 - SDK 10.12)
    [Loaded] AvastPacketForwarder.kext (2.1 - SDK 10.12)

    /Library/StartupItems/BRESINKx86Monitoring
    [Not Loaded] BRESINKx86Monitoring.kext (7.0)

    Startup Items:
    ExpressInvoice Path: /Library/StartupItems/ExpressInvoice

    System Launch Agents:
    [Not Loaded] 16 Apple tasks
    [Loaded] 175 Apple tasks
    [Running] 110 Apple tasks

    System Launch Daemons:
    [Not Loaded] 38 Apple tasks
    [Loaded] 189 Apple tasks
    [Running] 109 Apple tasks

    Launch Agents:
    [Other] com.adobe.ARMDCHelper.cc24aef4a1b90ed56a725c38014c 95072f92651fb65e1bf9c8e43c37a23d420d.plist (Adobe Systems, Inc. - installed 2018-02-14)
    [Loaded] com.avast.userinit.plist (? 4b9d47d7 - installed 2019-05-31)
    [Loaded] com.google.keystone.agent.plist (Google, Inc. - installed 2019-05-29)
    [Loaded] com.google.keystone.xpcservice.plist (Google, Inc. - installed 2019-05-29)
    [Not Loaded] net.culater.SIMBL.Agent.plist (? 850e6250 - installed 2012-04-01)

    Launch Daemons:
    [Running] com.adobe.ARM.***.plist (Adobe Systems, Inc. - installed 2017-08-11)
    [Loaded] com.adobe.ARMDC.Communicator.plist (Adobe Systems, Inc. - installed 2018-02-14)
    [Loaded] com.adobe.ARMDC.SMJobBlessHelper.plist (Adobe Systems, Inc. - installed 2018-02-14)
    [Loaded] com.adobe.fpsaud.plist (Adobe Systems, Inc. - installed 2019-05-26)
    [Loaded] com.avast.init.plist (? fe750b9b - installed 2019-05-31)
    [Loaded] com.avast.uninstall.plist (? 1d68eef4 - installed 2019-05-31)
    [Loaded] com.avast.update.plist (? f4a2548f - installed 2019-05-31)
    [Loaded] com.bombich.ccc.plist (? 9ad78891 - installed 2010-11-05)
    [Loaded] com.google.keystone.daemon.plist (Google, Inc. - installed 2019-05-29)

    User Login Items:
    iTunes.app (Apple - installed 2019-06-21)
    (Application - /Applications/iTunes.app)

    Internet Plug-ins:
    Flip4Mac WMV Plugin: 2.4.4.2 (? - installed 2014-12-23)
    FlashPlayer-10.6: 32.0.0.207 (Adobe Systems, Inc. - installed 2019-06-11)
    iPhotoPhotocast: 7.0 (? - installed 2014-12-23)
    AdobePDFViewerNPAPI: 17.012.20098 (Adobe Systems, Inc. - installed 2019-05-29)
    AdobePDFViewer: 19.012.20034 (Adobe Systems, Inc. - installed 2019-05-29)
    Flash Player: 32.0.0.207 (Adobe Systems, Inc. - installed 2019-06-11)
    GarminGpsControl: 4.1.0.0 Release (? - installed 2014-12-23)
    Silverlight: 5.1.10411.0 (? - installed 2014-12-23)
    JavaAppletPlugin: 15.0.1 (Apple - installed 2014-12-23)

    User Internet Plug-ins:
    CitrixOnlineWebDeploymentPlugin: 1.0.105 (? - installed 2013-04-25)

    Audio Plug-ins:
    AppleTimeSyncAudioClock: 1.0 (Apple - installed 2019-06-21)
    BluetoothAudioPlugIn: 6.0.12 (Apple - installed 2019-06-21)
    AirPlay: 2.0 (Apple - installed 2019-06-21)
    AppleAVBAudio: 740.1 (Apple - installed 2019-06-21)
    BridgeAudioSP: 5.46 (Apple - installed 2019-06-21)
    iSightAudio: 7.7.3 (Apple - installed 2019-06-21)

    3rd Party Preference Panes:
    Flash Player (installed 2019-05-26)
    Flip4Mac WMV (installed 2014-12-23)

    Time Machine:
    Time Machine information not available without Full Drive Access.
    13 local snapshots
    Oldest local snapshot: 2019-05-31 16:18:10
    Last local snapshot: 2019-06-21 19:57:20

    Performance:
    System Load: 1.63 (1 min ago) 1.23 (5 min ago) 0.67 (15 min ago)
    Nominal I/O speed: 9.62 MB/s
    File system: 29.23 seconds
    Write speed: 69 MB/s
    Read speed: 60 MB/s

    CPU Usage Snapshot:
    Type Overall
    System 3 %
    User 5 %
    Idle 92 %

    Top Processes Snapshot by CPU:
    Process (count) CPU (Source - Location)
    python (3) 26.10 % (? - /usr/bin)
    com.avast.daemon 10.92 % (AVAST Software a.s.)
    WindowServer 7.88 % (Apple)
    EtreCheckPro 4.84 % (Etresoft, Inc.)
    photoanalysisd 4.78 % (Apple)

    Top Processes Snapshot by Memory:
    Process (count) RAM usage (Source - Location)
    EtreCheckPro 465 MB (Etresoft, Inc.)
    kernel_task 206 MB (Apple)
    MTLCompilerService (14) 183 MB (Apple)
    EtreCheck 132 MB (App Store)
    com.avast.daemon 130 MB (AVAST Software a.s.)

    Top Processes Snapshot by Network Use:
    Process (count) Input / Output (Source - Location)
    mDNSResponder 36 KB / 22 KB (Apple)
    iTunes 28 KB / 23 KB (Apple)
    apsd 5 KB / 9 KB (Apple)
    usbmuxd 8 KB / 4 KB (Apple)
    ath 6 KB / 4 KB (Apple)

    Top Processes Snapshot by Energy Use:
    Energy (0-100) ( - )
    com.apple.MediaLibraryService 6 (Apple)
    photoanalysisd 6 (Apple)
    WindowServer 5 (Apple)
    mdworker (4) 2 (Apple)
    photolibraryd 2 (Apple)

    Virtual Memory Information:
    Physical RAM: 16 GB

    Free RAM: 6.83 GB
    Used RAM: 3.71 GB
    Cached files: 5.46 GB

    Available RAM: 12.29 GB
    Swap Used: 0 B

    Software Installs (past 30 days):
    Install Date Name (Version)
    2019-05-29 Google Earth (1.2.10.105)
    2019-05-29 Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (19.012.20034) (19.012.20034)
    2019-05-29 XProtectPlistConfigData (2103)
    2019-05-29 iTunes (12.8.2)
    2019-05-30 Safari (12.1.1)
    2019-05-31 Malwarebytes for Mac (1.0)
    2019-06-01 "Malwarebytes for Mac Uninstaller" (1.0)
    2019-06-11 Adobe Flash Player (32.0.0.207)
    2019-06-18 Gatekeeper Configuration Data (169)
    2019-06-18 MRTConfigData (1.42)
    2019-06-21 EtreCheck (5.2)

    Clean up:
    /Applications/Avast.app/Contents/Backend/launch/com.avast.account-sync.plist
    @AV_BASE_DIR/utils/com.avast.account-sync
    Executable not found


    Diagnostics Information (past 7 days):
    2019-06-21 19:54:43 SIMBL Agent.app Crash
    Executable: /Library/ScriptingAdditions/SIMBL.osax/Contents/Resources/SIMBL Agent.app
    Details:
    dyld: launch, running initializers
    /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib

    2019-06-21 19:52:21 Kernel Panic
    3rd party kernel extensions:
    com.avast.FileShield
    com.avast.PacketForwarder
    com.malwarebytes.mbam.rtprotection

    2019-06-20 21:53:06 com.apple.WebKit.WebContent CPU
    Executable: /System/Library/Frameworks/WebKit.framework/Versions/A/XPCServices/com.apple.WebKit.WebContent.xpc/Contents/MacOS/com.apple.WebKit.WebContent

    2019-06-19 22:19:37 com.apple.MediaLibraryService Crash
    Executable: /System/Library/Frameworks/MediaLibrary.framework/Versions/A/XPCServices/com.apple.MediaLibraryService.xpc/Contents/MacOS/com.apple.MediaLibraryService
    Details:
    dyld3 mode


    End of report
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    Quote Originally Posted by washer View Post
    Just so happens, this is what I do for a living, crash analysis, since I blew out my back so many years ago. On Unix and Linux however, not Mac. The problem is, we need what's called a symbol table to see the nice names associated with the addresses, and then, finally, we'd need the source code to see what it was trying to do. Apple is not interested in sharing source code as you might imagine.

    From the registers et al, it suffered a page fault (which happens millions of times a second), but was not able to resolve the address and/or the address was not present in hardware. All of this means nothing without the info I mention above.

    So, your options are... 1) Try reloading the OS (do the Apple/Option/R boot trick) as sometimes things can get corrupted, and reloading the OS will sort it out 2) Depending on the HW, you could see if the memory can be pulled and re-inserted in the thin hope that there's just a bit of corruption 3)Ask around on Mac forums (rather then HVAC forums ;-)
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    Judging by the reports in posts 7, 8, & 14, you need to back up all of your data. Then toss the Mac and go PC.

    May take awhile for you to get the PC to recognize all of the funny Mac stuff.
    I do a triple evac with nitro to remove non condensables.

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    I would stay with Mac, and I don't mean to turn this into a Mac VS PC or Xbox VS Playstation type of thing.

    I grew up with Mac so I prefer it, I think it's a preference and each has their advantage over the other.

  4. #17
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    I started out with PC's.

    No; that's not fully correct. Before having a DOS machine I had a Hewlett Packard computer which ran proprietary pre-DOS HP software.

    But after that I had DOS (all command lines) and then Windows computers until about 15 years ago. When they pissed me off so much that I threw one out the closed window in my office.

    So I'll never go back. And this is the only Mac that has ever been a minute's trouble whereas every single PC I ever owned (it's it's been Dozens) were all a pile of useless shet inside of three years.



    Quote Originally Posted by Olivero View Post
    I would stay with Mac, and I don't mean to turn this into a Mac VS PC or Xbox VS Playstation type of thing.

    I grew up with Mac so I prefer it, I think it's a preference and each has their advantage over the other.
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  5. #18
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    i have run 2 systems for 20 plus years now with NO problems and mac's do get viruses not as often but they do get them one was aimed only at apple users was on the news.
    I find the tech guys who say its a virus or we don't know need to format and recover are the ones who really don't know what they are doing.
    I have debuggers readers etc and i can rewrite code if need be windows 7 was a grate OS windows 8.1 is good as well windows 10 i have not used a lot so i cant say anything about it yet.
    I ALSO have a I Mac running the latest OS it has its good points and bad points but i prefer my pc's
    But what works for you is all that matters

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    The only thing I could recommend would be to see if Mac has a parallel command to the Microsoft "scan file system now" which allows you to tell the sysyem to look at the files and then download any replacement files off of your OS disk to correct the problem.
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