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Computer freezes periodically in Firefox 3.6. Doesn't give error message, just stops responding. Don't know for sure it is a software problem but since this is the primary use of the computer (internet access) that is where it is observed. Have gone back to IE(old) and so far am not seeing the same problem Looking for suggestions on isolating the problem.

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Hello,

I have same issue and many of my buddies as well. There are tons topics for that on Firefox forums. We can do nothing with it for now.

Personally I removed 3.6 and installed 3.5 version since it bothered me too much.

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Mike

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You may have spyware, scan ur pc, clean up ur registry files, repair ur firefox, download reginout may solve ur freezing problem

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