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The number is an endian. It seems that if you have two startup caches (I'm guessing you have both FF and WF installed?) this problem occurs, although I'm not sure why. I'll try and look into it. Have you delete both files? Does the error definitely occur after?
    
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The number is an endian. It seems that if you have two startup caches (I'm guessing you have both FF and WF installed?) this problem occurs, although I'm not sure why. I'll try and look into it. Have you delete both files? Does the error definitely occur after?
I use only WF13 beta before, and I have also this(4 instead of 8) ; but no problem for me (I use the last WF13 RC and always no problem).
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The number is an endian. It seems that if you have two startup caches (I'm guessing you have both FF and WF installed?) this problem occurs, although I'm not sure why. I'll try and look into it. Have you delete both files? Does the error definitely occur after?

The bug appeared while I only had WF installed.
There are never two caches at the same time. FF will replace the WF file and vice versa.
The browser will delete the current file once it has loaded, and generate a new one on exit.
Loading using the faulty file will not delete it, since it seems to get stuck before getting there.
If I delete the file WF will run.
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The number is an endian. It seems that if you have two startup caches (I'm guessing you have both FF and WF installed?) this problem occurs, although I'm not sure why. I'll try and look into it. Have you delete both files? Does the error definitely occur after?

I got this bug also. Using IE9 right now because I can't get Waterfox to display anything. sad-smiley-002.gif

edit: Just confirmed that the file "startupCache.8.little" in the "AppData\Local\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\anoieqlt.default\startupCache" is doing it. If you delete the file, WF13 will start up again normal but bug out the same on a 2nd go.

The only browser I have installed is WF13 (besides this IE9 temp junk).

Edited by kennyparker1337 - 6/5/12 at 2:29pm
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I think I found the source of the problem. The files we are deleting are in fact zip files. I unzipped one from FF and one from WF to see if I could see anything obvious.
Inside there is a file called 'nsXULPrototypeCache.startupCache'
It contains one line. The symbol before the language is the key.
In the file from FF it is a '4'
So like this: '4en-US' in my case.
The faulty WF file uses another character instead. Replace it with a '4', and the WF file works too.
Did that make any sense?

Ignore this, I probably just messed it up, and forced WF to ignore it on startup. Typing any random crap in the start of the file will have the same result.
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This is very very strange. I'm wondering how many people have this problem? Why don't I? I'll try recompiling tomorrow and if that works, then I'll upload the new build.
    
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Hello,

I just upgraded from WF12 and got this same problem as well. Deleting the cache as suggested fixes the problem temporarily. Apart from IE and IE64bit I have only WF installed.


EDIT: I've tried out what kaares said and it indeed "fixes" the problem.
Edited by Ganni87 - 6/5/12 at 2:47pm
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Just read their FAQ and they don't support any Windows 64bit. Here's what I found:
* Xfire In Game messaging does not work for me at all. Why?
There are a number of factors that allow Xfire to run along with your games and send and receive messages from within the game. Things to check on your system are as follows:
What OS? (Vista, XP, Windows 7, etc...) Is your OS 32bit or 64bit?
Xfire In-Game messaging is currently only supported on Windows Vista, XP and 2000. If you are running a 64-bit version of Windows Vista or XP, some games will run in 64-bit mode and Xfire will not be able to detect them at all.
So it looks like it's not compatible. If you want to make extra sure, try installing Pale Moon 64bit or HTGuard 64bit. They both offer 64bit versions of Firefox just like Waterfox. If XFire doesn't work with those either then you'll know 100% that it's not compatible. At that point, you can contact the creators of XFire and see if they have any plans to support 64bit.
Pale Moon 64bit
http://www.palemoon.org/palemoon-x64.shtml
HTGuard 64bit
Version 12: http://code.google.com/p/htguardmozilla/downloads/detail?name=firefox-12.0.en-US.win64-x86_64.installer.exe&can=2&q=
Version 13 Beta 7: http://code.google.com/p/htguardmozilla/downloads/detail?name=firefox-13.0b7.en-US.win64-x86_64.installer.exe&can=2&q=

That's what I've been using all along is PM, I don't have any problems with PaleMoon, matter of fact any application except Waterfox with xfire. But went to see if that problem still occurred on my new system because my new processor has AVX. And the problem still occurs.

I've been using xfire since 2005 and I have the same account, when ever win7 x64 RC and beta and final release & SP1 came out I always used xfire without any hiccups.

Edit:
I am gonna skip this, never even bother with it again. Just wanted to see if there were any difference in speed with the AVX. Will never know.
Edited by TwistedMind - 6/5/12 at 3:11pm
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Ok..how do I fix the flash problem?I install flash..yet it doesn't stick....
 
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This final version of 13 seems even a little faster than the pre-release you posted a week ago. No problems so far. thumb.gif
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