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Unresponsive Script = Continue or Stop?


SparkyJack
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Quite often when I 'Fire Up' from Hibernate the above Warning comes to screen, Question is - which is the best option? To continue or to Stop?

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johndrew

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You don't say what you have running as you come out of Hibernate; my guess would be Firefox is one as this is not an uncommon occurrence with either the browser itself or an Add-on - but I have little idea what actually causes it!!

I do know that the problem can be resolved (sometimes) by either reinstalling Firefox or creating a new profile. If you create a new profile make certain you transfer your bookmarks before you delete the old profile or you will lose them; here's how link text. You should also make a note of your saved Passwords, user names and the sites they apply to - just in case.

Mozilla also offer some advice that may help link text

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SparkyJack

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Thank you John I guessed FireFox was in the mix somewhere, as it is of little moment I think let sleeping dogs lie- recreating a profile has its own problem as you so rightly outlined.

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