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or just install Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 x64 redist.
Which I have, it's an APPCRASH.
Interestingly I just built Firefox Aurora x64 with the tcmalloc library. I, too, get the msvcr100.dll appcrash at startup.
Looks like it might be an incompatibility with tcmalloc :/
I could be wrong though.
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or just install Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 x64 redist.
Which I have, it's an APPCRASH.
Interestingly I just built Firefox Aurora x64 with the tcmalloc library. I, too, get the msvcr100.dll appcrash at startup.
Looks like it might be an incompatibility with tcmalloc :/
I could be wrong though.

 

I'm running tcmalloc just fine. Hmm, do you have a screenshot of the crash?

    
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OK, so I just found out about your version of my favorite browser, only to end up with a silly message during installation saying it only supports Vista and up.
You do realize many Windows XP x64 Edition users would love to use Waterfox, which, by the way, could easily be made compatible with XP64, but hey, that's a few lines of extra work for the developers here.

So yeah, very much disappointed in that I'm afraid !
Especially since the other 64 bit versions of FF work very well in WinXP x64.

Back to Nightly again. Pity, this looks really promising otherwise!
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OK, so I just found out about your version of my favorite browser, only to end up with a silly message during installation saying it only supports Vista and up.

It works with XP 64bit I think. I'm pretty sure I saw someone post that they got it to work. Keep checking back and someone will jump in and let you know how to run Waterfox on XP.
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You can just extract the files from the installer with 7-zip and run Firefox.exe from that location (or copy it to /program files/ as you wish). It should be compatible with XP-x64, I think MrAlex said it was a limitation with the installer, or something.
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I honestly don't need a 64 bit browser. What's even the point?

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I honestly don't need a 64 bit browser. What's even the point?

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Its not just a 64-bit browser. It also has some performance enhancements (hopefully especially so with WF13).
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It was the volume mixer thing! wheee.gif

It worked with the headset I had before, but I'd had that before I started using Waterfox or Firefox. I guess it just freaked out at the new headset and turned everything down. rolleyes.gif

Thank you! <3

EDIT: It's still resetting itself, though. However, it's not going down all the way. Weird. headscratch.gif
Anyway to set it to a certain level and keep it there permanently?
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Just installed Waterfox again......it doesn't use that new maintenance service does it?

Not a bad thing, just wondering.
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You can just extract the files from the installer with 7-zip and run Firefox.exe from that location (or copy it to /program files/ as you wish). It should be compatible with XP-x64, I think MrAlex said it was a limitation with the installer, or something.
OK, I see.
It's just the installer, like it is with Nightly.
I was not aware it could be unpacked using 7zip. I'll try that later today, thanks!
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