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Firefox Causing BSOD / Google Searches Crashing IE


All browsers crashing randomly at different times and the BSOD on a few occasions. I have not downloaded anything (including MS updates) nor ran CCleaner in an effort to keep things status quo for whomever can help me diagnose the problems I'm having. Yes, Firefox hangs during shutdown and then crashes. Honestly a reformat may be the easiest solution here. his comment is here

ParkinsonSniper May 23, 2013 3:10:06 AM I have a similar crash issue, too. I don't know why it's not fixed in a patch from Micro$oft. If you think I'm right about Firefox Version 44.0 causing Windows to crash, it may be a good idea to withdraw version 44 immediately. Sorry for all the different problems clumped into one thread but they do all seem integral. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/402899/firefox-causing-bsod-google-searches-crashing-ie/

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Thank you! (I'll check for the Windows 7 crash reports in a few minutes.) https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/bp-ce6fae42-d120-4ad0-b871-fc7fa2160201 https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/bp-7620f58b-599c-490b-87ee-5a17b2160201 https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/bp-2417ea90-1509-4cb9-8ee0-88aed2160201 or (same reports): bp-ce6fae42-d120-4ad0-b871-fc7fa2160201 01/02/2016 9:54 AM bp-7620f58b-599c-490b-87ee-5a17b2160201 31/01/2016 9:01 PM bp-2417ea90-1509-4cb9-8ee0-88aed2160201 31/01/2016 8:57 I think you need to warn everyone about the possibility of Windows crashing. It's sad. While BHOs can often cause this, and the Microsoft Community and forums advocate this fix, the source of the problem is actually the ram module in Bank0.

  1. But I have tried uninstalling flash and installing it again, to no avail.
  2. Not having ECC would not cause Memtest 86+ to error.
  3. I'm going to look up the crash signatures and see if I can learn anything from them.
  4. Do you have any further advice for me?
  5. I relied on this browser very much.
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  7. It was good quality corsair RAM, so it goes to show that even the good stuff can become faulty.
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  9. I don't dare open Firefox on it.

Should I just wait until Mozilla fixes this issue? I wasn't sure if I was supposed to make a new thread for this or post in an already existing one. when a solution is found. Mozilla Firefox I'll have a look at your other suggestions too.

Now go to the reply box below and '''paste''' them in. ;[[Image:aboutcrashesFx29|width=500]] user1312655 Posted 2/1/16, 7:19 AM Question owner The problem is once again happening on my Windows XP computer this Dell motherboards and nvidia drivers are especially susceptible to this fault.Remove the first (bank0) ram module, rotate the ram from your last ram bank there, and you should be good to The BSOD that I got said that if it occurred a second time I should "disable or remove any newly installed hardware or software." The only thing I had recently installed, see this here Related resources Web browsers crash instantly - Tech Support How to fix web browsers - Tech Support accidently!

If you have any more advice for me, I'm right here (on Windows 7 and Internet Explorer). You can also activate Enhanced protection mode on a 64 bit machine to see if it makes a difference, Internet Explorer 10 - Enable 32-bit or 64-bit IE10 in Windows 7 select "Turn Windows Features on or off" (it might prompt for admin password, if so enter it and click okay)3. I'll run another memtest just to make sure that the memory sticks are fine.

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I wasn't sure at first, but closing - not opening - the browser seems to be the main problem. http://productforums.google.com/d/topic/chrome/wwlbMRDZfXI When returning to the Profile Manager, you might be tempted to use the Delete Profile button. Blue Screen While Watching Video as I (obviously) have to access the net in order to see whether IE11 continues to "experience a problem." Any other suggestions? How To Fix Blue Screen Windows 10 what error messages do you get after crashes?

I'll try copying the reports which were made on my XP computer. http://yeahimadork.com/blue-screen/first-bsod.php Maybe someone else has seen an explanation. ''Rosa2 [[#answer-840291|said]]''

The Windows XP computer is another matter. Click here to Register a free account now! only because that game is the one nearly guaranteed to cause IE crash (others are weirdly random). Firefox 50

Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. But does it really matter which one is the faulty one? Hi Rosa2, I'm not familiar with OpenCandy, but it sounds as though that has been cleaned up and won't be an issue. weblink Computer Type: PC/Desktop OS: Windows 10 CPU: AMD FX-4130 Quad-Core Processor Memory: 8192MB RAM Graphics Card: nVidia GeForce GTX 750 Quote Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page:

The crash report is several pages of data. The time now is 10:41. It appears to be a problem with the Microsoft TCP/IP Driver (networking related).

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I'm doing some reading on how to fix the blue screen problem. user1312655 Posted 2/4/16, 5:03 PM Question owner I'm cautiously using Firefox 44 on my Windows 7 computer for a few minutes a day and haven't noticed any more problems with it, Black 750gb-&1-1tb/3-3.5 WD Black 1tb hdd's Internet Speed Comcast Ping 19ms 89.31mbps download speed 6.12mbps upload Antivirus Panda Free/ Malwarebytes Pro/ Superantispyware Pro Browser FireFox & Pale moon Other Info 2nd Content available under a Creative Commons license.

Also, I should probably mention that I've enabled software rendering instead of gpu rendering in Internet Options>Advanced. I'm not fond of using an outdated browser, especially in Windows XP. Or perhaps the GPU...? http://yeahimadork.com/blue-screen/had-bsod.php When you say uninstall Avast are you saying I should switch to another virus protection programm or would reinstalling it be okay?

How will I know when I can safely try Firefox again? Sometimes when I boot up my PC and it starts up Windows I now get nothing but flashing white screens instead of the usual lock screen. It doesn't seem likely that it caused my Windows crash. now IE11 is crashing as well.

I read in another post that it may help you to diagnose the problem if you can see the BSOD. Ask ! solution More resources Read discussions in other Social Networking categories Twitter Ask the community Tags Example: Notebook, Android, SSD hard drive Publish a b Ë Top Experts Android hang-the-9 42016 messages Followed other forums advice re:viruses, ran every type of malware finder etc, still had the same problem.

In Windows XP, we don't have much choice in supported browsers. Backing up and restoring bookmarks | How to | Firefox Help***************************************************2 guidelines when backing up:1) Backup all your important data files, pictures, music, work etc... All other times it opens for a few moments before crashing the machine.Forgive me if this message is a bit jumbled. Both blue screens occured while I was using Firefox.

Modified February 4, 2016 at 6:00:36 PM PST by user1312655 jscher2000 Top 10 Contributor 5899 solutions 48488 answers Posted 2/4/16, 9:30 PM Yes, blue screen crashes are bad. Until then we can probably mark this issue as solved. If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us. She took the machine back to the store and they were able to use the System Restore function to get her back into Windows.