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I relied on this browser very much. Sometimes the quickest thing to do is to nuke the box. Instead, do this: go to [http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/ http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/] and RIGHT CLICK on the logo that is trying to load. I had some things in my thread that I thought would help you, and vice versa. his comment is here

I agree with brundleflyguy that there seems to be a serious problem with Firefox 44.0. When I check "about:crashes," there are two crashes listed as "submitted." Would it help if you had a look at them? Forum Today's Posts FAQ Community Albums Tutorials What's New? cor-el Top 10 Contributor Moderator 14768 solutions 133851 answers Posted 1/31/16, 5:25 PM Helpful Reply Try to start Firefox in Safe Mode by holding down the Shift (Mac: Options) key to

Firefox Blue Screen Windows 7

Thanks in advance Edited by xlredmanlx, 20 November 2010 - 02:18 PM. Firefox restarts and now blue screen of death Started by xlredmanlx , Nov 20 2010 02:07 PM Please log in to reply 2 replies to this topic #1 xlredmanlx xlredmanlx Members For example, I just typed that hexadecimal STOP code into Google and received several propitious hits: Sometimes you'll see a file that ends in .sys on the Blue Screen.  This is also For video decoding, could you try these settings changes: (1) In a new tab, type or paste '''about:config''' in the address bar and press Enter/Return.

  1. I liked Chrome but it looks like I am going back to Firefox. :\ Julie on October 15th, 2010 10:04 pm Just coming in here to say that I too have
  2. It happens virtually every time.
  3. I don't think that poses a serious risk to your computer.
  4. Wait till version 44.0 is fixed?
  5. From this window, you'll see a slide bar for HW Acceleration; drag it all the way to the left (to "None"). 4.
  6. Chosen solution Hmm, since you already disabled the main hardware acceleration, it could be a problem with video decoding (or audio).
  7. It doesn't seem likely that it caused my Windows crash.
  8. Maybe someone else has seen an explanation. ''Rosa2 [[#answer-840291|said]]''
    The Windows XP computer is another matter.
  9. You're like Linux devs already - each tiny program update calls for new OS release.

Update all of them and see if the BSoD stops appearing. Hell, i like it ;)… Dan Kegel on March 28th, 2009 12:14 pm (Just found this post via Wikipedia.) Even though it's been six months, I'd still like to know which Anonymous on October 16th, 2008 10:36 am The BSOD error "Driver IRQL not less than or equal" implies a driver error. How will I know when I can safely try Firefox again?

There must be a way to repair or at least diagnose the issues with the Media Foundation components. Disable Hardware Acceleration c'mon guyze. Only now videos on YouTube are freezing for a few seconds approximatly every 10 seconds when I play them in 1080p (in fullscreen or not) whethet or not is enabled Hardware https://support.mozilla.org/questions/786207 The real issue here seems to be: you most likely have an ATI Radeon HDx video card running your monitor.

Once it is fully working and set to true (in a future version, presumably), I think it will be the best way to use YouTube. it's pretty darn hard to get a blue screen nowadays. Right now, I don't dare use Firefox again, in any version or on any computer! Check for malware Malware, short for malicious software, can do weird things to computers.  Although I've never seen or heard of a virus directly invoking a Blue Screen it certainly isn't

Disable Hardware Acceleration

edit: I think it has something to do with flash player? This Site I'm running both the latest Firefox v19.0 as well as the nightly build v22 and both run great. Firefox Blue Screen Windows 7 The thing is, there's NO way to get your old version of the Catalyst support software back once you have updated, so don't do it unless you know how to save When Firefox freezes it doesn't take down the entire computer that's because application crashes are usually software related.  Hardware problems are more nefarious and are most likely either related to bad drivers or

Here's what the Blue Screen of Death looks like in Windows 8.  I received this ugly DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL message after upgrading my Windows 7 Professional box to Windows 8. this content If the 64-bit build works, then it's most likely this 44.0 issue of no-connection-crash-on-exit. Windows ultimately reverted the changes and rolled the updated back Embrace the Event Viewer If the computer rebooted too quickly to catch the STOP code, try logging into Windows again.  Then, and now i keep getting attack attempts on my PC, i think it's google. 2 attack attempts in 2 minutes after uninstalling?

Maybe it was brought back by the Windows recovery process? 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, Great! weblink I'd like to know whether there are attempts underway to fix it.

Vertix 0 solutions 2 answers Posted 6/29/11, 12:56 AM Yes, disabling HW accel does the trick! no need to dramatize the situation. Maybe it has something to do with them?

The Bottom Line Blue Screens will happen but when they do you don't have to panic.

Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Firefox Topic Fix slowness, crashing, error messages and other problems System Details Windows 8.1 Firefox 41.0 More system details Additional System Details Installed It's been about three weeks now, have yet to run Chrome again, no BSOD. James Top 25 Contributor Moderator 1185 solutions 8231 answers Posted 1/13/14, 8:03 PM What video card and driver version do you have? me on September 26th, 2008 10:19 pm Since installing Chrome I have now encountered 3 BSODs on my Vista Notebook.

Best regards, Finnur CJ on October 12th, 2009 7:46 pm I installed Chrome on my XP netbook (ACER AOP531-h) about 3 months ago & been using Chrome as my default browser Hold down the Shift key when starting Firefox In the small dialog that appears, click "Start in Safe Mode" (not Reset) Open orange Firefox button (or Tools menu) > Options > Leave a Reply Name Email Address Web Site Notify me of followup comments via e-mail Notify me of follow-up comments by email. http://yeahimadork.com/blue-screen/frequent-blue-screen-of-death.php So thanks very much Google, I won't be giving it another chance.

I just updated to Firefox 44.0, and I'm now getting a "Mozilla Crash Reporter" when I try to close the Firefox browser. So far it's working but I really haven't given Firefox a thorough test. Got the first BSOD after a couple of days into using Chrome…a few days and BSODs later Firefox was banging on all cylinders again. 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, so far.

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'll have a look at your other suggestions too. Windows XP has crashed. I have quarantined it.

Modified February 2, 2016 at 3:00:24 PM PST by user1312655 brundleflyguy 0 solutions 44 answers Posted 2/2/16, 4:04 PM Here's my thread about crashing here (mostly on 7 and Vista): https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1107092#answer-839273 Then back to BSOD, over and over and over. Befor, Chrome crashed my notebook - a IBM A31p - several times after some time of browsing. Should I just wait until Mozilla fixes this issue?