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Please Help! My MB pro 2010 quit and auto restart when I upgrade my MB Pro with a SSD

Update:10-11Source: network consolidation
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Hi all!
Please let me know what's happen with my Mac & help me to solve this problem pls?
Since my Mac is on normall working but a little bit slow. So that's why I update it to SSD. But from that day, when I'm working, it suddenly quit & auto restart without reason, just only appear the warning " Your Mac have problem" & restart.....
Attached here is which appeared on my screen after it auto restart, please go throught it & let me know what I should do for avoiding this problem, pls!
And here is my MAC info :
Macbook Pro  15-inch, Mid 2010
Processor  2.4 GHz Intel Core i5
Memory  8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3
Graphics  Intel HD Graphics 288 MB
Software  OS X 10.8.5 (12F45)
My SSD info:
Total Capacity                       : 256.1 GB (256,060,514,304 Bytes)
Model                                   : V4-CT256V4SSD2
Firmware Version                  : S5FAMM22
Drive Type                           : Crucial SSD
HDD info:
Total Capacity                       : 320.1 GB (320,072,933,376 Bytes)
Model                                    : Hitachi HTS545032B9SA02
Firmware Version                   : PB3AC60W
Drive Type                             : HDD 5400 rpm
Please Help me! 
Thank you!

The Best Answer

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Mid-2010 15" MacBook Pros - the bad NVIDIA GPU
If you're having frequent kernel panics with your 15" mid-2010, or intermittent screen problems, the problem is, more than likely, the faulty NVIDIA GPU found in a number of those machines.
Here's just a sample of a kernel panic log that points to the faulty NVIDIA card:
Kernel Extensions in backtrace (with dependencies):
         com.apple.GeForce(6.4.0)@0x82ac4000->0x82b7afff
            dependency: com.apple.NVDAResman(6.4.0)@0x834a0000
            dependency: com.apple.iokit.IONDRVSupport(2.2.1)@0x82fd3000
            dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily(2.6.5)@0x7a802000
            dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOGraphicsFamily(2.2.1)@0x8301b000
         com.apple.nvidia.nv50hal(6.4.0)@0x83c05000->0x84019fff
            dependency: com.apple.NVDAResman(6.4.0)@0x834a0000
         com.apple.NVDAResman(6.4.0)@0x834a0000->0x8378dfff
            dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily(2.6.5)@0x7a802000
            dependency: com.apple.iokit.IONDRVSupport(2.2.1)@0x82fd3000
            dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOGraphicsFamily(2.2.1)@0x8301b000
Here's the "official" Apple take on the issue - but the very real kernel panics need not be preceded by 'Intermittent black screen or loss of video'... in fact, you might not experience any video problems at all. Although video problems can certainly be a portent of things to come…
So what can you do? Print out a copy of your kernel panic and a copy of the Knowledge Base article and take them, along with your machine, to your local Apple Store or an Apple Authorized Service Provider. The unfortunate thing is that many people have passed the “three years from date of purchase” now and Apple is not honoring the free logic board replacement for many users. Some dealers seem to be making some exceptions for those past the three year mark, but don’t count on it…
Good luck,
Clinton