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Why does firefox crash all the time on my computer? I'm running Windows XP Service Pack 2 1 GB of RAM 40 GB Hard Drive 2.5 GHz Intel Celeron Proccessor ATI Radeon 7500 Series

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Could be anything from a bad extension to just a bad install. Maybe try reinstalling and if that dosent work make a new profile.

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Its extremely weird. Sometimes it crashes alot then it goes through peroids of not crashing at all. Maybe its the extensions that use the server. I have gotten rid of 2 extensions. I use the other extensions because I really like them but I'll see if that helped. Re-installing Firefox didn't help but I'm going to see getting rid of Forecast Fox and Yahoo Toolbar works.

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are you using one of their beta's?

 

are you using one of their beta's?

 

why are you repeating yourself?

 

why are you repeating yourself?

 

:P

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Im using Talkback, Adblock, Adblock Filter G Updater, Netcraft, Talkback, Google Safe Browsing, Stumbleupon and A9 toolbar. grabacontroller toolbar(An Effective Brand Toolbar)

 

Edit: Google Safe Browsing (BETA) - December 14, 2005 is in beta.

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cuz i use the fast reply thing and its been really weird lately! No, what version of Firefox are you running?

Firefox 1.5

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ok, well disable all those damn extensions and then see how firefox runs, if it continues to crash, do a clean install of firefox.

 

if that doesnt work resort to C4

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all those extensions sound legit but the google one is a beta. Try dumping it and see if that fixes your issue.

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ok, well disable all those damn extensions and then see how firefox runs, if it continues to crash, do a clean install of firefox.

 

if that doesnt work resort to C4

 

I probaly could disable them all but I lke them too much. :D I could do a clean install but I'm afraid to lose my bookmarks because I got 50 sites or more bookmarks and its hard to remember them. :lol:

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cuz i use the fast reply thing and its been really weird lately!

 

I'm just joking. :P

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make a back up of your bookmarks by going to bookmarks>manage bookmarks>File>Export.

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make a back up of your bookmarks by going to bookmarks>manage bookmarks>File>Export.

 

I didn't know that you could save a copy of your bookmarks. Wow! :D

 

Also, I forgot that you can disable your extensions and you don't have to get rid of them. :lol:

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Use the latest version of Mozilla Firefox (1.5)

Do what rridgely told you todo.

 

Try without any extensions at all?

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It still does crash but I think it crashes on pages that have large files.

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Did you even try what I said?

 

Dump the google beta extension and see if it works.

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Did you even try what I said?

 

Dump the google beta extension and see if it works.

 

 

Yes I followed everybody's directions and also by the way Firefox has a problem with the history part and if it gets too large Firefox starts crashing. People have known Firefox for crashing.

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Yes I followed everybody's directions and also by the way Firefox has a problem with the history part and if it gets too large Firefox starts crashing. People have known Firefox for crashing.

 

 

I never heard of that but I dont really read to much into firefox. It just works every time I use it. I set my cahche to 500mb if that was your issue then there is the fix. :D

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I never heard of that but I dont really read to much into firefox. It just works every time I use it. I set my cahche to 500mb if that was your issue then there is the fix. :D

 

Ya thats probaly a good idea and Also, Firefox does work most of the time. Its certain sites.... :D Its mostly all good though. :lol:

 

Speaking of that history thing. Its a security flaw in Firefox that causes a Denial of Service Attack. That one day I had Firefox crash on me 10 times in a row. Which is a bit odd. Most of the time its fine but its just certain times. Mostly when my sister is using the computer. :D

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