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Re: Mozilla crash report
Try to start firefox in safe mode:
by the explorer window, go to
then do START, RUN, and type "firefox -saf-mode"
normally after you shut it down that way, it wouldn't crash anymore
Start firefox in safe mode. it disables all add-ons. sometimes its the addons fault. if it doesnt crash with all the addons disabled, pin-point the addon whos fauklt it is (disable one by one till it starts crashing)
if it still crashes with all the addons disablet, try to reinstall th mozilla. but even this doesnt have to work
it could be that some of ur programs are interfearing with mozilla (possibly avg internet security) so check what programs u have and do they interfear with mozilla
and sometimes theres nothing u can do.. i heard from some people who couldn't do anithing about that, it is mozillas fault... in tahat case addons are not to blame, reinstalling doesnt help.. i dont think anyone knows how to fix it in that case
I had the very same trouble. Run a couple spyware removers then uninstall firefox. Download it again and reinstall it (luckily I still had my AOL browser) This did the trick for me. Malware corrupted it. after I reinstalled it I found that everything was still there, bookmarks and all.
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Hi, thanks for taking time to report this issue, please do try the following and see if it helps: Try ypdating it or/and using another browser. Could you please say which websites do you visit and it crashes? If it helps or not please do let me know by replying, please also if it helps rate my solution as helpful, I appreciate that.
The open source web browser Mozilla Firefox features a number of tools for blocking web annoyances that include pop-up ads. By default, the pop-up blocker in Firefox is enabled but if you are still seeing pop-up ads, the tool might have been turned off at some point. You can quickly re-enable the pop-up blocker from the Firefox settings.
Internet Explorer : 1. Open Internet explorer > Tools > Internet Option 2. On the General Tab under Browsing History, click on Delete 3. On the pop up windows that opens, make sure all check box are checked that has cookies, temporary files, and etc..., then click on delete 4. Just close and re-open Internet Explorer
Mozilla Firefox 1. Open Mozilla Firefox > Tools > Clear Private data 2. On the pop up windows, make sure all boxes are checked as well and click on delete. 3. Close and reopen Mozilla Firefox.
When firefox crashes, it creates a report that explains the crash and possible causes. If your firefox can open the point where you can enter addresses, you could type - [about:crashes] to access these reports. pick the report that is similar to your crash and you can send it to Mozilla Firefox for clarification.
However a series of known issues could be causing your browser to crash; For example, if you have old version of the Google tollbar installed in your firefox broser, it could be the cause behind the crash. Also, if you have the vlc media player plugin installed, your browser might crash when you try to play videos that would play with Windows Media player by default. In addition, if you have Yahoo Messenger installed, trying to aces yahoomail could cause the broswer to crash. And the list goes on. So the thing you could do is try and remember what plugins you could have installed or updated, what software you installed prior to your firefox crashing and uninstall them, or even simply disable them for a bit. In addition, check and make sure your Anti-Virus is really up-to-date and that A full scan happened most recently. Malwares are prone to causing random computer behaviour