So you're saying it's a hardware issue, and not a software issue. How can that be when I only get Kernel panics when I use Popcorn. I never ever get these panics anytime else. I use all the iApps, MS Office, Safari, ichat, and a gang of other misc. apps with no problems.
The other program I used to burn and get the job done was DVD2oneX2.
BTW, I ran the "Extended" hardware test, and everything passed.
So it seems to be software related, because it is isolated to Popcorn, and Popcorn Only.
Can any programmers out there explain how two different programs, written to do the same job, one crashes and causes kernel panics, yet the other just works the way it's suppose to.
It just doesn't make sense other than better programmers(competencies) than the other.