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Hello, whenever I open a video or 3-4 windows at the same time, it says "mozilla is dawnfalling, do you want to save losted windows or open a new mozilla". And it closes all the sites and files... Then if I open a new firefox it saves (opens) all the windows and files.

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Update to the latest Mozilla Firefox browser (not beta) and try not to install too many plugins and that should do the trick...

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