If your Mac spontaneously restarts or displays a message that it restarted or shut down because of a problem
In rare cases, your Mac might spontaneously restart, become unresponsive, turn off, display a message that your computer restarted because of a problem, or display a message that you shut down your computer because of a problem.
About unexpected restarts
In rare cases, your Mac might encounter an unrecoverable issue affecting all open apps. When this happens, your Mac must be restarted. This is sometimes due to what is known as a “kernel panic” because an underlying part of the operating system (the “kernel”) has determined there is an issue that requires a restart.
If your computer experiences a kernel panic, a message may appear for a few seconds explaining that the computer has been restarted: “Your computer restarted because of a problem. Press a key or wait a few seconds to continue starting up.” After a moment, the computer continues starting up.
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