Rispondi a "Mac's Kernel panic at some apps"I had this exact same problem with my mid-2010 Macbook Pro, for me it was caused by a capacitor on the logic board that had broken and shorted. I replaced mine a couple of days ago and haven't had the problem again since. If you have also noticed that you have a lower than normal battery life then this is most likely the cause. I think it is supposed to be using in powering your GPU's RAM which would make sense why it says that ram is a problem. Until I fixed this problem I used a program called gfxCardStatus (https://gfx.io/) which allows you to force the use of intergrated graphics in a little drop down in the top right of your screen. It will mean that you can't really game with your laptop but it should stop kernel panics.