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Firefox crashing more often

In Ubuntu 7.10 Firefox crashed every so often because of course, linux is open source, however now that I upgraded to the newer version (ubuntu 8.04) I can't seem to browse more than 20 minutes without it crashing. Any idea why? I know its a beta, but still...

It usually happens with Gmail and/or youtube and/or digg.com or any combination thereof.

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  • Nathan Heaps May 01, 2008

    so you mean downgrade? Im using 3 beta 5, latest version is 2

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Upgrade to the last version of mozilla.
Sergio

Posted on May 01, 2008

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    Sergio Scalfaro May 01, 2008

    now the 3 beta 5 have a lot of problem, you the normal version 2.0.0.14
    Sergio

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Firefox is crashing


Firefox crashes can be caused by incompatible extensions or themes, issues with hardware acceleration and the drivers on your system, problems with your Firefox settings and other issues. If Mozilla Firefox is crashing every time you reopen it, you can troubleshoot Firefox with its safe mode, update the software on your system or create a new Firefox profile.

Safe Mode b> Mozilla Firefox includes a safe mode startup option. Firefox doesn't use extensions, themes, hardware acceleration or your custom settings when you start in safe mode. You can start Firefox in safe mode by pressing and holding the "Shift" key while clicking the "Firefox" shortcut. Click "Continue in Safe Mode" when the dialogue box appears. If Firefox doesn't crash when you start in safe mode, the problem is with your Firefox configuration. b> Reset Firefox b> If Firefox starts without crashing in safe mode, you can make some of the safe mode changes permanent. Close Firefox and restart it in safe mode again. Use the dialogue box that appears to select one of the options such as "Disable All Add-ons" or "Reset All User Preferences to Firefox Defaults" and click "Make Changes and Restart" to restart Firefox in normal mode with the changes. After restarting, you can re-enable extensions and themes one by one and install updated extensions that may fix the problem. Update b> If Firefox crashes safe mode, updating Firefox and other software on the system may fix the problem. You can download and install a new version of Firefox from Mozilla.com if it won't start. You should also update Windows from Windows Update, update any browser plug-ins such as Adobe Flash and update for your antivirus, firewall and other security programs. The crash may be fixed with newer versions of the software. b> Profiles b> Firefox stores your settings in a profile directory. It normally creates only one profile directory, but you can create an additional profile and start Firefox with that profile instead of using safe mode. Close Firefox if it's open, click "Start," type "Firefox.exe -ProfileManager" into the search box in the Start menu and press "Enter" to access the profile manager window. Click "Create Profile" to create a new profile, provide a name for the new profile and click "Start Firefox." Firefox opens with a fresh profile; you can start your old profile from the profile manager window.
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Jan 16, 2013 | Mozilla Firefox

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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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My firefox crashes


u may have registry errors run reginout cleaner to fix it

Nov 08, 2010 | Mozilla Firefox

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Firefox crashes almost instantly on opening since I upgraded my physical memory. Is there a cure for this?


I would suggest you uninstall Firefox and then download and install it again. Restart your computer after the uninstall before installing it again.

Aug 05, 2009 | Internet & Communication Software

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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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Firefox crashes


Which version of Firefox? I've had issues with crashes in FF on version 3.0.5. If you're on V3.0.5, uninstall it and install an older version.

Jan 03, 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 crashes when I x out then have to start up again constantly is crashing.


uninstall yuor mozila from add remove program in control panle install again from here
http://www.soft32.com/download_81650.html

Oct 07, 2008 | Mozilla Firefox

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