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Did Firefox 52+ implement some kind of checksum of memory content?

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Since Firefox about 52, I have tabs crashing like hell a lot (Linux Mint 18.1, 64-bit). It used to be good before, but knowing that I have faulty RAM with holes, I wonder, if it's anyhow related. Nothing else crashes that often. If Firefox uses checksum for some memory blobs, this might fail and result in crash.

So my question: is it using and if it is, is it possible to disable this.

Since Firefox about 52, I have tabs crashing like hell a lot (Linux Mint 18.1, 64-bit). It used to be good before, but knowing that I have faulty RAM with holes, I wonder, if it's anyhow related. Nothing else crashes that often. If Firefox uses checksum for some memory blobs, this might fail and result in crash. So my question: is it using and if it is, is it possible to disable this.

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  • Shockwave Flash 26.0 r0

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:54.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/54.0

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philipp
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hi, if you know you have faulty ram i think you should replace it. there's no good workaround for that...

hi, if you know you have faulty ram i think you should replace it. there's no good workaround for that...