If anyone has other questions please start a new thread. Re: SiteAdvisor and Firefox oagard Feb 24, 2014 7:57 PM (in response to oagard) Hello, And time continues to pass, and McAfee continues without saying anything and without correcting this error That is an indication of a problem with an add-on that is not compatible with Firefox 4 beta. Chosen solution Right, the problem was one of extensions installed. his comment is here
I'm a little puzzled as to why this unresponsiveness began when it did, but I guess it has to do with various updates that have occurred recently. Comment m'en débarrasser? Now we'll see what happens. In the event you upgraded your Personal computer to Windows 8.one or Windows RT 8.1 that has a DVD, use that disc. https://support.mozilla.org/questions/749513
The crash reports without ''bp-'' are unsubmitted reports, and they may submit if clicked on. cor-el Moderator 14591 solutions 132319 answers Posted 1/23/14, 12:27 PM Does starting Firefox in Safe Mode has any effect? Here's the id of my crash report: ID: 4a44e048-5148-4299-b088-7f2b22140121 Please let me know what insights you can extract from it regarding the cause of the problem. Fermer et relancer Firefox. =================== Si toujours le problème, vous pouvez essayer cela : outils options onglet Avancé onglet Général Catégorie "Navigation" Décoches la case "Utiliser l'accélération graphique matérielle si disponible"
this worked ... This "hanging" has been happening at least five, perhaps as many as ten times a day for the past several days, entirely out of the blue--i.e. Once, then twice, all together about five times yesterday, it would stop responding and I'd have to close the program and restart. Please explain, cor-el, or anyone else.
the version I get in All access same as available free as far as I see. I disabled the Ask toolbar Thank you ... cor-el wrote a couple of comments, but didn't tell me exactly how to proceed in checking whether Java was the problem, and even if he had, he didn't assure me that https://support.mozilla.org/questions/964561 Error msg: TypeError: Components.classes['@mozilla.org/extensions … Why the "type error" :oE is null? … More⋁ Celebrity; Movies; Music; TV; Groups; Health; Style; Beauty; Food; Parenting; Makers; Tech; Shopping; Travel; Autos; Homes; Upgrade
John99 Top 10 Contributor Moderator 925 solutions 12490 answers Posted 1/27/14, 2:36 AM The crash reports you see from about:crashes relate to the computer that you are using. cor-el Moderator 14591 solutions 132319 answers Posted 1/26/14, 9:36 PM I only see the ID of one crash report: https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/4a44e048-5148-4299-b088-7f2b22140121 Try to disable the ionmonkey JIT compiler by setting these jit Clean Disk Cleanup The a lot more you employ your computer the extra it accumulates junk files. Then, I used Firefox for about three hours in safe mode while doing various things that I thought might provoke unresponsiveness but none did--Firefox worked perfectly, albeit hobbled by the absence
One other thing cor-el: since you seem to be the only Firefox expert working on my problem, could you give me an idea of when you're here--I have to go to Talk about calamity and I've got another one, it's a Blue Screen Of Death netio.sys BSOD - win7 Drivers_IRQL_not_less_or_equal error I was having my system get the BSOD with this error To me, the most interesting and, honestly, heart-warming thing about the internet is the way people will spontaneously, without coercion, decide to use their expertise to help those like me, someone Problem solved!
That makes no sense!! http://theresab.com/firefox-error/firefox-error-in-actionscript.html Sign In . I've been primarily a Firefox user (with Chrome as back-up) for years, with only occasional, and minor, problems. Variety in 'cleanmgr'.
malliz [email protected] … and restarted Firefox. It is sec_error_expired certificate, It asks me to view the certificate then it doesn't allow mew to fix the problem cor-el Moderator 14591 solutions 132319 answers Posted 12/31/10, 12:58 PM Check No Such Luck. http://theresab.com/firefox-error/firefox-error-bex.html Support Forum This thread was archived.
Each time my first awareness of a problem comes when Windows appears in a little box and announces that Firefox has stopped responding. This content has been marked as final. If there's something I can do (that you can't) to learn what those ID numbers are so I can give them to you, let me know. If anyone has other questions please start a new thread.
You can try disabling your extensions until you find the one causing the problem. See if Firefox then behaves, does not hang and does not crash. If you want to understand more then check out the links below. http://theresab.com/firefox-error/firefox-error-202.html If there's something I can do (that you can't) to learn what those ID numbers are so I can give them to you, let me know.
Returning to an earlier version of Firefox rarely helps but does put your System and data at greater risk. I disabled add-ons (most of tem), but to no avail. My first awareness came when Windows notified me that Firefox had stopped responding and wanted me to click on "close program" in the dialog box and close Firefox, which I did. And I don't have an issue with RealDownloader continuing to be disabled because some time ago I acquired another, better video downloader which I've been using instead of RealDownloader.
So I opened Firefox in Safe Mode, and spent half a day in that mode, and watched the Firefox CPU % remain very low, with not the slightest tendency to rise Support Forum This thread was closed and archived. With no preconceived notions, the new man may find the flaw more quickly.Bottom line, with SA disabled Browsers work as they should.In a round-about way I am paying for the McAfee Vous pouvez essayer de mettre à jour vos pilotes graphiques, puis réactiver l'accélération graphique matérielle pour voir si cela corrige le problème, ou juste exécuter Firefox sans accélération graphique matérielle.
Autrement, votre problème est probablement lié aux extensions ou thèmes.