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    Newy is offline Windows Enthusiast
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    Thanks but Im using 3.5.5 now and havent had issues for a while now.,..

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    hi !

    thanks, downloading 3.5.5. now...

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    Hello Friends.........

    Firefox commonly crashes when:

    * You are using the VLC Media Player plugin and view VMW media - The VLC Media player includes its own browser plugin so, it conflicts with the WMP plugin and hence causes a crash. Remove the VLC plugin (from add remove programs in the control panel for windows).

    * Downloading files - The Download History file might also force Firefox to crash. To fix this, close the browser, search for "downloads.rdf" and delete this file from your hard disk(you need to also search for hidden and system files).

    Update Firefox:
    * If you are using Firefox 2.0 or greater, the latest updates can be downloaded and installed from within Firefox. Simply click on Help -> Check for Updates from the menu bar.

    * If you are using an older version of Firefox, it is better to upgrade your Firefox to the latest version (version 2.0). That should give your browser a reset from all those problematic files and add-ons.

    It is always good to get the recent updates downloaded onto the browser as it has recent bug fixes.

    Thanks

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    These are useful inputs alevin46!

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    clean up ur registry keys and then reinstall firefox, download registry cleaner to solve ur issue

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    Completely uninstall firefox, including the profile folder and then reinstall.

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