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Firefox constantly crashing


SillBill
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Every time I attempt to minimise the current screen Firefox stops working. I've uninstalled it and reinstalled to no avail. Same thing happens with Nightly.

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SillBill

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Update: If I use the scrollbar to scroll down the page Firefox will crash, but if I scroll down using the mouse wheel - it doesn't (crash that is).

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hiwatt

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No problems here with the latest firefox.Try restarting with add ons disabled to see if that makes a difference?

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difarn

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A friend recently had a problem with Firefox crashing when closing tabs - after disabling Norton Safe Search the problem was resolved. I know it is not the same scenario but there could be something in it.

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SillBill

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I disabled all add ons but that didn't make any difference, so have downloaded and reinstalled again. Will see if that helps.

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SillBill

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Well that was pretty futile, it still crashes.

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Woolwell

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SillBill

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Seems like a good night's sleep has cured it!

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