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by old dino man / September 28, 2010 12:48 AM PDT

my firefox browser crased three time this morning in the space of a few hours; is there something going on? It came back up okay, but i wonder.

old dino man

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(NT) You might try the Browser Forum.
by Coryphaeus / September 28, 2010 1:57 PM PDT
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Yes, something is going on --
by Edward ODaniel / September 29, 2010 1:23 AM PDT
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exactly what is difficult to say as you haven't given us any more information such as EXACTLY what you are doing with the browser (web site(s), number of tabs or open windows, other applications in use, what your application event log shows, what problems your system event log shows, whether this is installed on a desktop or a laptop, the version of the browser, the Operating system you are using it with, the amount of RAM installed, what EXACTLY you mean by "crashed" (some people consider a loss of connection to be a crash while others consider a failure to IMMEDIATELY load a page a crash, etc.).

Without additional info it is like me asking you why I belched three times this morning in the space of a few hours -- something no one can intelligently answer without more information upon which to base suggestions.

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