Mac OS is perfect operating system which is known for its durability and reliability. It is widely used in all around the globe for both personal and professional use. Like other OS Mac is also highly prone to corruption, as a result it may occurs several kinds of error messages. One of the most common error experienced by mac users are “Kernal panic not syncing attempted to kill init”. Due to the occurrence of error users are unable to perform any task with there system.
The error message generally pop ups when you restart your system. Many a time while upgrading Mac OS or installing any new application also arise the problem. The error message occurs in the following given manner:
/bin/sh: ro: No such file or directory Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init!
In such cases all you need to do is to fix the occurrence of error message immediately. But to resolve the problem first of all it is necessary to identify the reasons for the error message. There are several reasons which are responsible for the above mentioned problem. Some of them are mentioned below:
The hardware or software components are not installed properly.
With the use of incompatible or corrupt Kernal extension
RAM has get corrupted or becomes incompatible
Boot loader is missing from system
Hard drive has been corrupted or damaged
The Kernal Panic not syncing attempted to kill init error message mainly arises due to the hardware related problem. So, in such cases it is necessary to uninstall or reinstall Mac OS X in your system. If the problem still persist then you need to format Mac hard drive it will definitely fix the problem. But it will erase your entire data stored in Mac hard drive. In such situation you can opt third party Mac data recovery software. It easily the deleted data by using highly sophisticated algorithm. The process is very much simple even a person having no technical knowledge can also perform this task in no time.
Processor: Intel Power PC (G4 or later)
Operating System: OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.5 Leopard, 10.4 Tiger, and 10.3.9 Panther
Memory: 256 MB
Hard Disk: 40Mb