Firefox 10 crashes when a custom audio plugin is used to record audio.
Signature pr_FindSymbolInLib More Reports Search UUID d8407ae9-692c-48d0-8124-aa2572130808 Date Processed 2013-08-08 17:15:04.213447 Uptime 0 Install Age 80926 since version was first installed. Install Time 2013-08-07 18:46:11 Product Firefox Version 10.0.12esr Build ID 20130103094221 Release Channel esr OS Windows NT OS Version 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build Architecture x86 Build Architecture Info GenuineIntel family 6 model 37 stepping 2 | 4 Crash Reason EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION_READ Crash Address 0xc
OS|Windows NT|6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 CPU|x86|GenuineIntel family 6 model 37 stepping 2|4 Crash|EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION_READ|0xc|0 Module|plugin-container.exe|10.0.12.4751|plugin-co
The plugin works like a charm though on another machine. Note: The plug in needs to go only with the version 10 and upgrading version is not a viable solution.
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I gotta use the Firefox 10 and other versions are not a viable solution. Firefox 10 is being used in multiple machines to test the product and i don't have an option of upgrading this.
I have tried resetting and restarting the firefox in safe mode but none helps
Sorry for not reading whole of the post in such a hurry...but here are the
5 most recent crash ids:
dd0d7289-0e04-46f8-8654-b6ea001b166e 8/8/20132:49PM 9373eb9e-1faf-4f55-86c8-a35f2fdb74ca 8/8/20132:47 PM 1caf75e4-4cf1-45bb-a6ac-c7c8f18becff 8/8/20132:42 PM bp-7b115285-7979-4b42-b0e5-9b4542130808 8/8/20132:20 PM 49a6ff66-7079-474f-a24f-32042a8afdcf 8/8/20132:12 PM 99b551bb-ba90-4fa1-b5d5-cc823bed3ea8 8/8/20132:10 PM 905f0abe-6770-4bb5-8ea0-ecb0b8cca838 8/8/20132:10 PM
Thanks for the info, sorry to tell you this but your crasher seems to be fixed in Firefox 15, refer to
So yeah you will have to update firefox to prevent this crash
EDIT: Also another similar crash ID was fixed around Firefox 13 to 14.
also see the tracking flags
status-firefox11: affected status-firefox12: affected tracking-firefox15: + status-firefox15: fixed tracking-firefox16: + status-firefox16: fixed status-firefox17: fixed blocking-fennec1.0: - tracking-fennec: +
Well i know that Firefox doesn't crash from 15 on wards for this issue cause i have tested this with higher versions but installing any version above 10 is not a viable solution for us.
And as i have mentioned in my first post Firefox 10 works like a charm on HP EliteBook with audio drivers 'AMD High Definition Audio Device and IDT High Definition Audio CODEC'
and the same Firefox 10 crashes on HP ProBook 644Ob with drivers 'IDT High Definition Audio CODEC' and 'High Definition Audio Device'
Any input is so so helpful and lemme know if you need additional info