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When i am going to connect gmail crashing .......

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Use other browser like Chrome or better Internet Explorer. Also, it's possible that your PC's memory is not enough or a slow internet connection or Firefox bug...

Posted on Jan 16, 2013

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SOURCE: Firefox crashes

Sounds like a bad Firefox install. Try opening the hotmail up with IE. If that works, then uninstall and reinstall Firefox.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

crayzeetrayn
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SOURCE: Firefox 3.0.6 crashes every time I use a search engine

Back up your bookmarks and completely uninstall firefox. Then redownload and reinstall.

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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SOURCE: firefox keeps crashing

try turning off all extensions and add-ons .. then see if it still crashes .. if not start by re-enabling 1 at a time until you find the offender

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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SOURCE: mozilla firefox keeps crashing then it takes a

hi....
try to start firefox in safe mode:
by the explorer window, go to
c:\program files\firefox
then do START, RUN, and type "firefox -saf-mode"
normally after you shut it down that way, it wouldn't crash anymore..

thank u

Posted on Feb 21, 2009

Inzanio09
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Absolutely good sir.

Go to http://malwarebytes.org/ and download the program.

Download it's latest Database from: http://majorgeeks.com/Malwarebytes_Anti-Malware_Database_d6025.html

The reason I recommend you download the database.. is obviously on that PC, you can't use to the internet, and therefor cannot download or update it.

So, once you have downloaded those 2, put it on a flash drive, go to the PC with the crashes. Install Malwarebytes, don't "Launch Updates" at the end. Do not start the program. Instead, update it via the database you downloaded. - It is the latest manual update database for it at the moment.

Now, restart the PC. Enter safemode (F8) at start up - if you don't know what it is, or how to get in to it, google is your friend.

Once if safemode, fun Malwarebytes with a whole system scan. It'll either find and remove everything, or find nothing.

In either case, after you've done that - at least it'll clean your PC of other bad stuff you might have had - download the latest versions of Browsers, and reinstall/install them.

If problems persist, you can contact me further at grand_admiral_inzanio@hotmail.com or take it to a computer shop.

Good luck either way mate!

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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Firefox crase every 15 minuts plz fix 4 us


Mozilla's Firefox Internet browser is one of the most popular browsers in the world, second only to Microsoft's Internet Explorer.

As of April 2011, Firefox held a 21.63 percent share of the worldwide browser market. Unfortunately, problems with plug-ins, websites and general operating system incompatibility occasionally cause Firefox to become unstable and crash.

To prevent these crashes from occurring again, the cause of the crash needs to be identified so an effective fix can be implemented.

Take note of the action or circumstance that lead to the crash.
Pay particular attention to the timing of the crash and whether it occurred while launching Firefox, when trying to view a specific website, when attempting to download a file or at a seemingly random time.


Repeat the action that caused the crash to see whether it causes Firefox to crash again. Some crashes are caused by memory problems or other external factors and may be a one-time occurrence.

Repeating the action determines whether the crash was caused by errors within Firefox or if there were other factors involved.

Hold the "Shift" key down on your keyboard and relaunch Firefox.
This will launch the application in "Safe Mode," disabling all plug-ins and themes.

Repeat the action that caused the crash; if the problem was caused by a plug-in or theme then the crash will not occur this time.

Open a new Firefox tab and type "about:crashes" without the quotation marks into the navigation bar.
Press "Enter" to load the Firefox crash log listing.

Select the most recent entry and scroll through it to find the name of the plug-in, theme or other component that caused the crash.

Disable or update the component to remove the cause of the crash.
This information should be contained in the "Details>Signature" or "Details>Crash Reason" sections.

Open the Tools menu in Firefox and select "Add-ons" if you cannot resolve the crash problem by disabling or updating a plug in.
Scroll through the list of installed browser add ons, disabling add ons one at a time in an attempt to correct the error.

If the crash occurs when trying to view certain types of content, such as streaming video or other media files, focus in disabling add-ons that are related to that type of content.

Open the Help menu and select the "Troubleshooting Information" option if crashes occur only when attempting to download files.

Locate the "Application Basics" entry, then click the "Open Containing Folder" link to open the folder containing your Firefox profile.

Exit Firefox, then select the "downloads.sqlite" file in your profile folder and delete it.
This removes your download history, eliminating any problems with the file and allowing Firefox to create a new file when it launches again.

Update Firefox.
Some crashes are caused by problems within the Firefox program itself, such as problems with specific operating systems or crashes that occur only in new Firefox releases.

Updates may contain fixes to these Firefox crashes, eliminating the crash problem once the browser update is installed.

Nov 19, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Mozilla Firefox Crashes (Windows 7)


Individuals using Windows 7 and having Mozilla Firefox crash
should go to this site

http://en-us.www.mozilla.com/en-US/products/download.
html?product=firefox-3.6rc1&os=win&lang=en-US

and get the Firefox 3.6 Beta and install it.
This will fix the crash problem.
Hope this is of some help. Bud

on Jan 12, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Get crash ID's


To get your crash ID's go to about:crashes in your firefox location bar. Copy and paste ID into post, when support is needed.


If you are unable to do this...

In Linux:
  1. Open up home folder
  2. Click "View"
  3. Click "Show Hidden Files"
  4. Find the folder ".mozilla"
  5. Open the folder up
  6. Look for "Firefox" folder
  7. Open "Firefox" folder
  8. Open Crash Reports folder
  9. Right click on file
  10. Click "Rename"
  11. Copy entire name.
  12. Paste into post.


In Windows Vista
  1. Click "Start" (Windows Orb)
  2. In search box, enter %APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Crash Reports\
  3. Press enter
  4. Right click on file
  5. Click "Rename'
  6. Copy entire file name
  7. Enter in post
In Windows XP/2000

  1. Click "Start"
  2. Click "Run"
  3. Enter %APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Crash Reports in "Run" window
  4. Press enter
  5. Right click on file
  6. Click "Rename'
  7. Copy entire file name
  8. Enter in post

on Jun 20, 2009 | Mozilla Firefox

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Firefox crashing when I right-click


Panda GS might be blocking the download thus Firefox crashing try to disable Panda for Firefox or make an exception for it

Mar 17, 2012 | Mozilla Firefox

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Flickr causes firefox to crash


Reinstall firefox, the page and the cookies that come in with the flickr page crashes firefox because firefox is missing something

Jun 21, 2009 | Flickr Photos

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Crash


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

Jun 19, 2009 | Mozilla Firefox

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Mozilla crash report


U must disable some stupid add-ons. Simply click :

1. START
2. all programs
3. Mozilla Firefox --> Mozilla Firefox Safe Mode
4. In the window that appears check DISABLE ALL ADD ONS and then hit the RESTART MOZILLA button

Worked for me after 2 long weeks without mozilla :)
Hope this helps

Nov 26, 2008 | Mozilla Firefox

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Firefox crashing more often


upgrade to the last version of mozilla.
Sergio

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