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Repeated crash on quit

iMac macOS 11.5 Firefox 90.0.2 Firefox pretty much crashed every time I quit. Doesn't matter if I'm looking at a web page or close all windows before quitting. Restarting… (read more)

iMac macOS 11.5 Firefox 90.0.2

Firefox pretty much crashed every time I quit. Doesn't matter if I'm looking at a web page or close all windows before quitting.

Restarting in Trouble Shoot mode doesn't help either.

The cause seems to be synchronisation - if I sign out of my account and no longer synchronise, the problem goes away and I can quit without Firefox crashing.

Asked by UKLarry 1 year ago

Answered by UKLarry 1 year ago

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Firefox Crash on Program Startup - WIndows 7

Hello there - hoping for a hand to fix this. Several months ago Firefox crashed while it was in use - void of any update process. Upon reopening, the main window would l… (read more)

Hello there - hoping for a hand to fix this. Several months ago Firefox crashed while it was in use - void of any update process. Upon reopening, the main window would launch and before any tabs could load it would crash again. I attempted to open in troubleshoot mode with the identical result. I gave it a break and used Chrome but in returning to this issue today the same has occurred. This time after the troubleshoot mode crash, I uninstalled Firefox and re-installed fresh (this was an upgrade from v89 to v92). Upon opening post update the browser crashed again. Each time this happens I have received a crash report screen which I accepted and it was reported as successfully submitted. However, when I open the crash report folder only two appear to have been saved - one old from the first occurrence (6/2021) and one from today(8/10/21). Both of these are linked below for review.

This is on an older Windows 7 machine that honestly I know should be updated but this is only used for light gaming and web surfing and I am not interested in an OS upgrade as I disagree with with the business practices of Microsoft - I find their policies are rather intrusive as a consumer.

I hope I've given enough information about the issue here and my system, thanks in advance for any help!

-J

System Info Intel I7 4770K 16gb RAM Geforce GT1060 Gigabyte Z97 Motherboard

Early instance of crash report in June 2021: Crash ID: bp-1fce2514-da15-4ff1-9e4c-7d0510210622 Most recent crash report from earlier today (8/10/21): Crash ID: bp-e888ef81-491c-42ae-9878-124970210810

Asked by jalbyx 11 months ago

Answered by FredMcD 11 months ago

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Firefox crashing everytime after closing

bp-74dcfb49-6be0-49a8-9933-c5b0d0210827 8/27/2021, 8:41 AM bp-bc558b71-8b12-483f-a2c7-d51920210827 8/27/2021, 8:41 AM bp-bfea7b56-c540-4640-8ab9-9b81d0210827 8/27/… (read more)

bp-74dcfb49-6be0-49a8-9933-c5b0d0210827 8/27/2021, 8:41 AM bp-bc558b71-8b12-483f-a2c7-d51920210827 8/27/2021, 8:41 AM bp-bfea7b56-c540-4640-8ab9-9b81d0210827 8/27/2021, 8:41 AM bp-aac7a4b1-aafd-4084-9fa0-7c3500210827 8/27/2021, 8:41 AM No one has helped solve this issue thus far. I have tried every suggestion about history and everything im fixing to just uninstall firefox forever if I cannot get one of you to help me.

Asked by fanucweld 11 months ago

Last reply by cor-el 11 months ago

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No menu, bookmarks, address bar or add-on icons.

Instead, I have a plain white background image. Right clicking on it gives me desktop menu options. To close the web browser, I have to right click the program in the tas… (read more)

Instead, I have a plain white background image. Right clicking on it gives me desktop menu options. To close the web browser, I have to right click the program in the taskbar. This is also not just firefox. Chrome and Edge are doing the same thing. Edge has 0 add ons, Chrome and Firefox have the same add ons. My firefox version is 88.0.1, I'm running Windows 10 up to date, I have a high speed internet connection. This issue started maybe 3 days ago. I tried bringing it up in safe mode (troubleshoot mode) and still didn't have any of my normal buttons (close, minimize, maximize).

I can temporarily fix the issue, if I hit the F11 (full screen), the screen will jump, at first no change (it would be entering full screen when I hit it first), hitting it again (exit full screen) will bring back my normal window, complete with add-ons, all buttons and even my background image.

I'm attaching a screenshot. I'm really at a loss on this one. Any help would be appreciated.

Dave

Asked by Dave254 1 year ago

Answered by Dave254 1 year ago