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Unresponsive firefox. Won't close so I can't uninstall it. Unable to shutdown or restart computer because it will not close and is completely unresponsive. Help

I used to stand by firefox; now I've been forced to use Google Chrome; which is insanely xxxxxx compared to Firefox (That is, when Firefox ISN'T A xxxxxxx UNRESPONSIVE BL… (read more)

I used to stand by firefox; now I've been forced to use Google Chrome; which is insanely xxxxxx compared to Firefox (That is, when Firefox ISN'T A xxxxxxx UNRESPONSIVE BLACKHOLE THAT RUINS MY BRAND NEW COMPUTER).

Thank you

and sorry for the profanity but xxxx mozilla

Asked by sam.salinas 5 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 5 years ago

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Firefox v34.05 on Desktop (Windows 7) "Not Responding" after "resuming Windows" - takes 2-3 minutes (or more) to be able to click ANYWHERE or do ANYTHING. Why??

BRAND NEW COMPUTER. Asus M32AD, i5m 8GB, 1T, Windows 7 factory-installed. I have current version of FF 34.05. When I come back to my desktop after the screen has gone … (read more)

BRAND NEW COMPUTER. Asus M32AD, i5m 8GB, 1T, Windows 7 factory-installed. I have current version of FF 34.05. When I come back to my desktop after the screen has gone black, and I click the mouse to get that "Resuming Windows" screen, if I have left any FF windows open, the computer is essentially dead in the water for up to several minutes - FF will do nothing: no new windows, no closing old windows, no clicking on a tab, no ability to get a cursor in a field -- and if I try ANYTHING, I get the swirly cursor and "(Not Responding") appears in the title bar. This goes on for no fewer than 2 minutes or so, and as long as 3, 4 or even 5 minutes. It takes longer for the computer to become usable coming out of Resume than it does when I first start the darn thing up. Old threads address this issue on versions of FF as far back as 21, 22, 23, but I haven't seen any that address it in the newest versions of FF. Is it hopeless? (p.s. I'm really not terribly tech savvy, so use small words LOL)

Asked by elprofesor2112 5 years ago

Last reply by guigs 5 years ago

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This isn't a question, it's a statement. I have figured out how to cause Firefox to lock up at will.

It has to do with having multiple tabs open and going to a specific web site. If anybody cares (nobody has yet) you can contact me for details. If not, that's OK too, I'm… (read more)

It has to do with having multiple tabs open and going to a specific web site. If anybody cares (nobody has yet) you can contact me for details. If not, that's OK too, I'm switching to Chrome.

Asked by sgpettis 5 years ago

Last reply by John99 5 years ago