AliceWyman 16-06-2015 01:24 PM Mark as Read Mark as New Bookmark Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report abuse 16-06-2015 01:24 PM P.S. Contents 1 Extensions 2 Other installed software 2.1 BitDefender 2.2 BitGuard 2.3 McAfee SiteAdvisor 2.4 NVIDIA Network Access Manager 2.5 Roboform 2.6 Spector Pro for Windows 2.7 ThreatFire 2.8 Trusteer Rapport If you still have problems, turn off Forcefield (in ZA Extreme Security, go to "Internet -> Web Security -> Settings -> Advanced Settings", and turn off "Enable Virtualization").   Note: See Issues related to plugins for details on troubleshooting plugin issues. Check This Out
We already have those; they're archived when they become obsolete. Also, if the crash you experience is common, it may be marked as a "topcrasher", making it more likely to be fixed in the next Firefox release. If we want to expand this article further, I think that we should add a paragraph on that and also link to Troubleshoot Firefox issues caused by malware. Discussions I think it is always a good idea to start discussions before new articles are created, and before major changes are made. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/firefox-crash-report-loop-cant-get-out.990037/
I uncheck the box of'' submit crash reports'' and click OK. Jake Guest Firefox crashed and the crash reporter loads. Win7/FF31 Thanks, CC The crash report does two things. 1) tells you Firefox crashed 2) files a crash report with the '''Mozilla.org''' system so that someone can look over the report Selenium Right-click (context-click) on the Firefox icon, then click on"Get Info".
Double-click on the downloaded file and follow the prompts to continue the installation process. Firefox Crash Loop Are the points moving around a sphere in this manner always equidistant? No warranty left -_- Guitargirlcaz wrote: I've checked with Apple. They only give 28Days warranty now :'( Whoever told you that is wrong. https://support.mozilla.org/questions/1111324 It also crashes after some time of active usage even when there are just a couple of tabs open.
The article could have explained how to do a clean reinstall of course, and that would have fixed a greater proportion of problems, but cause increased collateral damage. Adobe Flash Player If the startup crashes persist, do a "clean reinstall" (remove the existing Firefox program folder, download the Firefox installer from mozilla.org with another browser, and then reinstall Firefox). Mathematics is fact. firefox crash share|improve this question edited Apr 17 '13 at 13:12 Sekhemty 3,06263664 asked Apr 17 '13 at 11:01 Ivan 2,164194571 I have the same problem - crash after
I again followed the login screen procedures and again the login window crashed after starting the login process with a gray screen and then the login screen showed again as if can cause Firefox to crash frequently or Firefox may crash at startup (bug 925459). Mozilla Crash Reporter Everytime I Open Firefox I will make an edit accordingly but not self approve. Firefox Safe Mode If Firefox hangs, freezes, or stops responding to user input but does not close, see Firefox hangs.
Add-ons: %7B972ce4c6-7e08-4474-a285-3208198ce6fd%7D:24.0 AvailablePageFile: 4376780800 AvailablePhysicalMemory: 475205632 AvailableVirtualMemory: 1540612096 BuildID: 20130910160258 CrashTime: 1408140691 EMCheckCompatibility: true InstallTime: 1407345264 Notes: xpcom_runtime_abort(###!!! http://casualobserver.net/firefox-crash/firefox-again.html To see if an extension is the problem, go to the Firefox "Add-ons -> Extensions" list, disable all of your extensions and then close and restart Firefox. TechieHQ Forums > TechieHQ Office > Newsgroup Archive > DIY Computers > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Log In Sign Up Log In to GameFAQs GameFAQs Answers Boards Community Contribute Games What’s New Blocked IP Address Your IP address has been temporarily blocked due to a large number Firefox Download
The VLC Media Player browser plugin conflicts with the Windows Media Player plugin, so you need to disable the plugin or remove the VLC plugin file "npvlc.dll" from the Firefox installation If Firefox is crashing, first make sure you are using the latest public release version of Firefox, which will have the most recent fixes. As this one is apparently the easiest to find it would seem sensible also to explicitly link this back to the general article Firefox crashes - Troubleshoot, prevent and get help http://casualobserver.net/firefox-crash/firefox-and-ie-crash.html If Trusteer Rapport software is installed, try disabling it (see above). Crash when choosing a file or folder location - Windows If Firefox crashes when attempting to select a file or
We're all users here. Jake, Mar 17, 2013 #5 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? About size of windows, just change the height and width in the property palette (canvas & window) Hope it helps.
The system should be restarted after the BidDefender update to insure that the program is using the updated files.    BitGuard BitGuard software by MediaTechSoft Inc. About MozillaZine Knowledge Base - Disclaimers MozillaZine and the MozillaZine Logo Copyright © 1998-2007 MozillaZine. On recent Windows versions, go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Event Viewer. Again, am back at square one without a clue of any kind how to proceed.
After that happened I wanted to know if that was a one-time issue, so I shut down the computer. It causes everything to get laid out by the layout wizard on one line. Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated!! ------------------------------ BELOW IS MY SYS INFO ----------------------- Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 126.96.36.199 OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate , 32 http://casualobserver.net/firefox-crash/firefox-crash-at-startup-cannot-delete-malware.html Plugins are programs that work within Firefox and allow you to experience multimedia content such as video, animation or sound.
When I check it (Tools - Options), the box is checked again automatically. I suspect it's an anomaly within FF that reacts adversely with another program but have yet been unable to ascertain what program that be. Is there a way to set the default canvas height and width? To resolve, remove the file fbplugin from user Library (~/Library) Internet Plug-ins folder, which is hidden by default - see Show hidden files and folders.
Problem fixed -- found info in another thread. share|improve this answer answered Apr 19 '13 at 15:41 Sekhemty 3,06263664 I've disabled all the extensions and plugins and it keeps crashing –Ivan Apr 20 '13 at 1:34 I made a few more edits, including a section on trying Firefox Safe Mode as a first step.