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Firefox.exe error signature when attempt to play videos

When I attempt to play a video, specifically when I hit the play button, I get the following error signature:

ERROR SIGNATURE

Appname: firefox.exe
Appver: 1.9.0.3372
Modname: npswf32.dll
Modver: 9.0.124.0
Offset: 001c0796

Mozilla Firefox 3.0.8

I have made several attempts to resolve the problem including uninstalling and reinstalling Firefox, adding add-on's and plugin's, etc.

Thank you for your kind assistance.

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Hello truenobility,
You should re-install the FireFox App and Setup the Adope Flash Player , you can get it over Here , then everything gonna be okay
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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.
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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.
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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.

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BAGAIMANA CARA ATASI EROR SIGNATURE FIRE FOX EXE


Hi there!

I suggest, browse the Firefox site (http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/) and click the free download. Before you install the new version please remove the old version.
I hope it can help you

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First you will need firefox. Best web browser you can get.
http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/

Once you install firefox, now you need to apply some add-ons.
There are several add-ons that will allow you to save the video stream to your hard drive. I prefer download helper, but there are others, and they work just as well.

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3006

most of these files are ".flv". So if you want to play them back you will need a media player that can read ".flv" files.

I like VLC:
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

To enhance fire fox, try using other add-ons:
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