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Safari crashes every time I open it after 5.0

Safari crashes everytime I try to open it after 5.0 update. Help!!!

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You may try uninstalling and reinstalling it a gain. Usually this helps.
It can also due to Low RAM

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Posted on Jul 05, 2010

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