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Sorry for the double post.

@MrGlassPole

It seems that the stuttering is less with Vimeo videos. Any ideas why?
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Originally Posted by MrGlasspoole View Post

What Athlon 64 do you have? A ClawHammer, Newcastle, Winchester or newer? This three do not have SSE3 and it looks
like Athlon has a problem with arch:SSE3 .

Athlon 64 3200+ does not have SSE3 and neither does 3000+ (which is what I have) and I'm having the exact same problem he's having. I have already tried -p to make a new profile which just pops up a smaller window that disappears immediately. Also tried the intel distribs and that didn't work. Tried pinning WF to taskbar, that didn't work. Uninstalled and cleaned reg with CCleaner and that didn't work. Nothing shows up in the Event Viewer.

WF12 works fine. Anything above WF12 does not work. It seems to me that Alex made SSE3 a requirement to run WF now?

Again, here is a video of the problem:
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This come of your configuration PC or hardware settings.
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WF14 not works on your CPU...
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Originally Posted by beerninja View Post

Athlon 64 3200+ does not have SSE3
Depends on the year. The ones after 2004 have it. Venice and Manchester
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here is my issue:


Uninstall old version, install new one. Install again FF an d WF - not workinfg. Try a lot of combos - not working. Wait fro fix smile.gif
If need more info about computer or other - ask, will help you.
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Thanks for the suggestion! I opened Event Viewer and I kept it open on one window on my 2nd monitor, then I tried to open waterfox on my main monitor. I'm guessing that it is supposed to automatically log when WF tries to open and fails? I clicked Actions --> Refresh but no new events were showing up at all?
I also tried the -p to make a new profile but instead of the big window disappearing immediately, I see a smaller window flash on the screen then disappear. Nothing in the event log either confused.gif

Boot Windows into safe mode and try the installation. I'm just guessing. It's just a process of elimination. You try everything you can think of. Then, try everything anyone else can think of, until something works.
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Originally Posted by beerninja View Post

Athlon 64 3200+ does not have SSE3 and neither does 3000+ (which is what I have) and I'm having the exact same problem he's having. I have already tried -p to make a new profile which just pops up a smaller window that disappears immediately. Also tried the intel distribs and that didn't work. Tried pinning WF to taskbar, that didn't work. Uninstalled and cleaned reg with CCleaner and that didn't work. Nothing shows up in the Event Viewer.]

It looks like you're running a pretty lean system... not a lot of stuff in the system tray running in the background. Still, open Task Manager and End Process on any unnecessary process that are running. I've seen this behavior before. It's usually something pretty simple. But, the screen flashes so quickly, you can really get any clues from it. I'm surprised that you're not getting any events logged and showing in the Event Viewer. If I so much as tickle my mouse, I get a logged event of some kind.
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Originally Posted by MrGlasspoole View Post

What Athlon 64 do you have? A ClawHammer, Newcastle, Winchester or newer? This three do not have SSE3 and it looks
like Athlon has a problem with arch:SSE3 .

It's Newcastle. frown.gif pity
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Originally Posted by beerninja View Post

Athlon 64 3200+ does not have SSE3 and neither does 3000+ (which is what I have) and I'm having the exact same problem he's having. I have already tried -p to make a new profile which just pops up a smaller window that disappears immediately. Also tried the intel distribs and that didn't work. Tried pinning WF to taskbar, that didn't work. Uninstalled and cleaned reg with CCleaner and that didn't work. Nothing shows up in the Event Viewer.
WF12 works fine. Anything above WF12 does not work. It seems to me that Alex made SSE3 a requirement to run WF now?
So it seems It's hardware issue which is sad a little bit. My CPU is working all fine so I don't want upgrade just because WF, I'd rather not use it.
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Having this problem too for the LONGEST TIME. I think people here may tag me of this stuttering problem, lol.[snip]
I still don't know why most people here don't have that problem and we experience it.
Thanks man.

Because there is something unique to you system configuration (hardware, drivers, active processes, etc) that you have in common, but the rest of us don't. It could be any one thing, or the unique combination of two things, that is causing the stuttering. At least there are two of you trying to figure it out now. So, perhaps you will find the answer twice as fast! lol
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