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Kernal Panic happens again on 1.67GHz 15"

Update:11-30Source: network consolidation
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This is the second time happened since yesterday. I have done apple hardware test/fix-verify permissions/fix-verify hard disk in the past (because it happened before).
So it just happened again about 15mins ago, the power sign with error messages (your need to restart your comp etc etc) came out. So I tried to restart, and the following screen appeared soon after I pressed the power button:
http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h186/netwr/misc/f0457e1d.jpg
Does this have to do with memory? I have done apple hardware test and it appears that the memory (1x1gig and 1x512mb) are in good condition.
It might be a concidence, but two times it happened while I was using Safari.
So what else can I do? Thanks for you input.

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Just installed Rember and ran a test. Here's the result:
Memtest version 4.13 (32-bit)
Copyright (C) 2004 Charles Cazabon
Copyright (C) 2004, 2005 Tony Scaminaci (Macintosh port)
Licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2 only
MacOS X (Darwin) running in multiuser mode
POSIX version 200112
Pagesize is 4096
Requested memory: 1255MB (1316323328 bytes)
Available memory: 1255MB (1316323328 bytes)
Allocated memory: 1255MB (1316323328 bytes) at local address 0x02008000
Attempting memory lock... locked successfully
Creating test buffers...
Buffer A: 627MB (658161664 bytes) at local address 0x02008000
Buffer B: 627MB (658161664 bytes) at local address 0x293b4000
Running 1 test sequence...
Test sequence 1 of 1:
Stuck Address : ok
Random Value :  ok
Compare XOR :  ok
Compare SUB :  ok
Compare MUL :  ok
Compare DIV :  ok
Compare OR :  ok
Compare AND :  ok
Sequential Increment:  ok
Solid Bits : ok
Block Sequential : ok
Checkerboard : setting 1 of 64ok
Bit Spread : ok
Bit Flip : ok
Walking Ones : ok
Walking Zeroes : ok
All tests passed.
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