Quote from: mrkva on Jan 07, 2013, 10:02 pmYeah, I know that might be an issue sometimes. But now the arduino wasn't connected to anything, powered from the computer. I guess it must be fault on the motherboard of the computer.Not necessarily a fault, just inadequate power at the port. You are exceeding the specification. And it's not exclusive to your macbook either. I recently replaced the mobo in my desktop and was horrified to find it refused to start the next morning. It turned out that the Arduino was the culprit.
Yeah, I know that might be an issue sometimes. But now the arduino wasn't connected to anything, powered from the computer. I guess it must be fault on the motherboard of the computer.
this has happened to me twice with the Leonardo and Arduino 1.03 - once on a Mac Pro running 10.7 and once on a Macbook Pro running 10.8 - in the case of the latter the Leonardo was externally powered.both times it was during the uploading phase - didn't get a kernel panic message, just a hard reboot all of a sudden
I get it also, about 1 in 10 uploads causes a kernel panic and the Mac to restart.Running a 2012 MBP retina with 10.7.5 and an Arduino Micro.I have a Futaba S148 standard servo connected to the Arduino.Happens during uploading.Power for both Arduino and servo is coming from the USB port. No other USB devices connected.Anything that can be done?
HiThis topic is quite old but i think someone can help me and maybe the topic can be useful to other users...I have the same issue with IDE 1.0.5 and arduino UNO. Sometime when VERIFING my MBP (late 2008) reboots instantaneously.I read that can be a power supply matter, but i think for me is different because it reboots when verifing...Thanks and sorry for my english Bye