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Originally Posted by Fl1p_mo;13679506 
It's when I immediately open it. Is it an add-on problem?

Could be. Trying running without any add-ons and plugins enabled.
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Originally Posted by jaz;13688029 
I have been having problems with 64 bit flash, at least I'm pretty sure it's the cause of my problems. My pc would lock op and freeze while browsing and streaming audio via vlc. It happens so often it blew out my control pod in my logitech speakers.

Then the constant freezing hard-rebooting blew out my windows themes, and i could only get solid colors. i have over 100 really nice pics i rotate every few minutes. I had to go to a windows help forum to learn how to fix the problem.

I renamed the file from .jpg to .old and it worked. I got my themes working 100% again, and speakers replaced, now it keeps freezing, but i turn off my speakers power before i reboot. I tried reverting back to a 32 bit browser, (Iron), and no crashes for over an hour now and I'm listening to streaming audio. It didn't happen when i was 1st using the 32 bit version of FF4.

Anybody else having similar problems? Waterfox and Palemoon 64 bit were both crashing, and i know 64 bit flash is wonky, so I'm blaming it on that. It can't be just a browser problem. Palemoon just updated to 4.0.7. Both Waterfox and Palmoon are fine, and i am still trying to figure out what the problem is.

Wow that seems to be a lot of trouble to be caused by a browser. Are you sure you haven't installed another program could be causing such problems? I've never heard of anyone having any problems like that before, not from any browser :s if it is flash 64-bit or Waterfox then don't use them I suppose. Internet Explorer 64-Bit doesn't cause any problems though does it? (It's already installed in 64-Bit systems in-case you didn't know).
    
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I have been having problems with 64 bit flash, at least I'm pretty sure it's the cause of my problems. My pc would lock op and freeze while browsing and streaming audio via vlc. It happens so often it blew out my control pod in my logitech speakers.

Then the constant freezing hard-rebooting blew out my windows themes, and i could only get solid colors. i have over 100 really nice pics i rotate every few minutes. I had to go to a windows help forum to learn how to fix the problem.

I renamed the file from .jpg to .old and it worked. I got my themes working 100% again, and speakers replaced, now it keeps freezing, but i turn off my speakers power before i reboot. I tried reverting back to a 32 bit browser, (Iron), and no crashes for over an hour now and I'm listening to streaming audio. It didn't happen when i was 1st using the 32 bit version of FF4.

Anybody else having similar problems? Waterfox and Palemoon 64 bit were both crashing, and i know 64 bit flash is wonky, so I'm blaming it on that. It can't be just a browser problem. Palemoon just updated to 4.0.7. Both Waterfox and Palmoon are fine, and i am still trying to figure out what the problem is.

All my add-ons and plug ins are updated flash v. 10.3

Looks like, something is wrong with your system. Looks like you have a completely unstable overclock.
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These lock-ups started when i started using 64 bit versions of waterfox and palemoon. That's the only thing that changed before the lock-ups started. All my programs have been on there before and nothing new has been added.

I am taking any system or program changes into consideration before the problems started, as is the 1st troubleshooting step, and everything has remained the same, except for my installing 64 bit flash and java, on your page. I also of course have the Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x64) installed.

So everything points to 64 bit flash. It wasn't crashing when i was 1st using the 32 bit version of ff4 when it came out for release.
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No, i can play crysis for hours and pass ibt for 20 passes on medium. And like i said, i never get any crashes with 32 bit browsers. This never happend before. The only thing that changed just before the crashing was me dling 64 bit browser, flash, java and distributable (64) bit package.

My overclock has been stable for quite some time. I've ran other benchies, like heaven dx11, stone giant, the sled demo, 3dmark11...no problems. So that pretty much rules out the graphics as being the culptrit. Plus my temps are all fine cpu and gpu-wise. i have excellent airflow in my CM stacker 830 case.

@Mr Alex, I've never used the 64 bit version of IE...i haven't used even the 32 bit for almost a year now. So no, i don't know if that will crash. Not really in the mood to find out...lol.
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I honestly have no idea. Have you tried running Waterfox/Palemoon with all the plug-ins disabled? Does it occur? If it doesn't then it is one of the 64-Bit plug-ins.
    
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Actually, I'm kinda flustered at troubleshooting this, so i"m back at a 32 bit version. I'll hang back and see what happens with upcoming releases of FF and see if they found anything wrong or whatever.

Kudos again to you MrAlex and Moonchild for your awesome work on these browsers. they themselves are fine. I realize it's something to do with some program or driver conflict, most likely with new 64 bit flash. They always were a shady bunch...lol.
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Running Waterfox 5b2. When I close a pop-up window Waterfox asks me if I want to close all my browser windows. I have to click cancel or the main browser closes when the pop-up closes. I don't recall that happening in version 4 or version 5b1.
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This is an issue with the WaterFox 4 but Yahoo for some reason would lock up and force me to restart Waterfox completely. This only happened with Yahoo when I was checking my mail there (not on any of my other webmail accounts for schools). I just upgraded to the 5.0 and haven't had any issues at all. I just tried cycling through some emails on yahoo and it went faster than I've ever seen it.
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Originally Posted by jaz;13690808 
Actually, I'm kinda flustered at troubleshooting this, so i"m back at a 32 bit version. I'll hang back and see what happens with upcoming releases of FF and see if they found anything wrong or whatever.

Kudos again to you MrAlex and Moonchild for your awesome work on these browsers. they themselves are fine. I realize it's something to do with some program or driver conflict, most likely with new 64 bit flash. They always were a shady bunch...lol.

Thank you, and yes they were tongue.gif
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Running Waterfox 5b2. When I close a pop-up window Waterfox asks me if I want to close all my browser windows. I have to click cancel or the main browser closes when the pop-up closes. I don't recall that happening in version 4 or version 5b1.

Yes, it appears to be a bug in Firefox 5 Beta 2
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This is an issue with the WaterFox 4 but Yahoo for some reason would lock up and force me to restart Waterfox completely. This only happened with Yahoo when I was checking my mail there (not on any of my other webmail accounts for schools). I just upgraded to the 5.0 and haven't had any issues at all. I just tried cycling through some emails on yahoo and it went faster than I've ever seen it.

Hmm that's strange. Glad to see it's sorted now.

I need some people to test a Sandy Bridge specific build for me, just to see if there is any notable improvement. It's currently being compiled specifically for Intel64 and with the AVX instruction set. Any volunteers? biggrin.gif
Scrap that, I need a processor with the AVX instruction set to do that tongue.gif

EDIT: Okay people, I'm attempting to build Firefox with GCC now, which means I'll be able to add in SSE 3 support (and when I get my Core i7, SSE 4.2) and jemalloc meaning *hopefully* somewhat faster builds. So hopefully I'll have a proper system set up by the time the final Firefox 5 source code is released smile.gif
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So, Firefox 5 beta 3 is out now. tongue.gif
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