I have 3 PC's that have all been upgraded to W10, and all 3 have FF as their default browser (2 PC's home built the other is a Samsung Series 7). On all 3 of these PC's F…
I have 3 PC's that have all been upgraded to W10, and all 3 have FF as their default browser (2 PC's home built the other is a Samsung Series 7). On all 3 of these PC's FF hangs for no reason, and even more baffling they all seem to hang at around the same time. Most often I will minimize FF and walk away from the PC only to come back later and not be able to access FF. When that happens the FF window is almost slightly blurry and the only buttons available in the window are minimize and close.
Yesterday I updated 2 of the PC's to FF 40.0.3 but FF still hung in less than 24 hours. The other PC is running FF 28. The only thing these 3 PC's have in common is that they've all been upgraded to W10 and they share some of the same add-ons. Any suggestions on troubleshooting this? I did try disabling Flash but that did not resolve the issue.
Why does my computer switch into sleep mode after five minutes of inacivity when browsing with Firefox Quantum?
Greetings. It turns out when I have Firefox Quantum focused, and leave it inactive for around five minutes, my computer goes to sleep. That doesn't happen when I have it …
It turns out when I have Firefox Quantum focused, and leave it inactive for around five minutes, my computer goes to sleep.
That doesn't happen when I have it running in the background, or not at all.
It's getting frustrating, it happened quite a few times, and I now I am CERTAIN, that it IS Firefox's doing Firefox Quantum's doing.
My bookmarks toolbar contains a mix of links and folders with sets of related links within them. When I first start Firefox these links and the links within the folders …
My bookmarks toolbar contains a mix of links and folders with sets of related links within them. When I first start Firefox these links and the links within the folders are all available and work fine. However, later, the folders are still visible but will not open. This seems to be after I have minimised Firefox and later re-maximised it. To fix this I have to close Firefox and restart it. I am up to date with version 55.0.3 (32-bit) running under Win 7.1 (64 bit).
Some possibly related observations that might help are:
1 - whenever this happens the three-bar menu button has an exclamation mark over it, and it won't open either. I suspect that's a big clue.
2 - when Firefox asks for my master password the dialog is mostly off-screen top left and cannot be dragged onto screen. This is new behavior that seems to be coincident with the advent of the bookmarks problem.
Speculating, I wonder if the window that opens for a bookmarks folder is in fact opening but is being drawn somewhere off screen and thus only appears unresponsive. Could there be something overwriting the screen origin co-ordinates to create this appearance.
I have noted what appears to be a related question that addresses disappearance of folders but in my case the icons are still visible just not active. The bookmarks library clearly shows these bookmarks as present after I have restarted.
Any ideas / solutions will be much appreciated.
firefox is not responding after win10 resume from sleep, and CPU usage is around 40-45 and never drop, less than 10 tabs were opened. I ended the process and started fir…
firefox is not responding after win10 resume from sleep, and CPU usage is around 40-45 and never drop, less than 10 tabs were opened. I ended the process and started firefox from the crash, still same tabs but very fast. any solutions?
I am using win 10 pro firefox 54.0
Below are the crash reports for Firefox, I got a new Macbook and Firefox hasn't been stable since. I have tried multiple fresh installs, tried refreshing firefox via the…
Below are the crash reports for Firefox, I got a new Macbook and Firefox hasn't been stable since. I have tried multiple fresh installs, tried refreshing firefox via the download page, tried disabling all plugins, tried safemode. It will not run on the new Macbook Pro late 2016. Chrome and Safari run fine and have yet to crash.
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Firefox quits every time my computer goes into sleep mode, and then I have to restart Firefox every time
I'm a Mac user and recently upgraded my OS and Firefox. But now, every time my computer goes to sleep (I have it set to go into sleep mode after 10 mins), Firefox quits, …
I'm a Mac user and recently upgraded my OS and Firefox. But now, every time my computer goes to sleep (I have it set to go into sleep mode after 10 mins), Firefox quits, and then I have to restart it from the app/icon. None of my other apps do this. I never used to have this problem of automatically quitting -- I simply woke my computer up and Firefox was where I left off. Is there a way to change this?
The topic says it all. I can still manually sleep the computer, but as long as the tab with YouTube video is open the computer won't go to sleep automatically.
I've been using Firefox and the Magic Mail online server for all my email activity for many years with no problems. After recently upgrading to W8.1, I cannot upload pho…
I've been using Firefox and the Magic Mail online server for all my email activity for many years with no problems. After recently upgrading to W8.1, I cannot upload photos as attachments to emails. The error I get is "Request Timeout...Server timeout waiting for the HTTP request from the client." The tab shows "connecting" with the circle and dot rotating counterclockwise.
I can upload photos to Magic Mail when using Internet Explorer or Chrome on this computer with no problems.
If I restart the computer, I can upload photos to Magic Mail on Firefox for a while, but it quits working after the computer is put to sleep and reawakened.
I've tried deleting cookies associated with Magic Mail, but that didn't help. Neither did closing and restarting the browser.
I'm using Firefox 40.0.3 and Windows 8.1 with all the latest updates.
I have been a user of firefox for many years . BUT lately when I use firefox it will not let my PC (NUC6i5syh) go to sleep I don't want to say this but when I went to an…
I have been a user of firefox for many years . BUT lately when I use firefox it will not let my PC (NUC6i5syh) go to sleep I don't want to say this but when I went to another browser today to test my theory's it worked and my PC would sleep. Hope you can help me with this problem. Kind regards. Alex.
I am having difficulty reconnecting to the internet after I arouse my laptop from sleep mode. Is there a helpful solution I have perhaps overlooked?
My browser is Firefox, the OS is Vista, and my connection to the internet is through a Virgin Mobile USB modem (model Huawei E!60E), which is one of three devices that ar…
My browser is Firefox, the OS is Vista, and my connection to the internet is through a Virgin Mobile USB modem (model Huawei E!60E), which is one of three devices that are plugged into a four port USB hub, the other two devices being my wireless mouse transmitter and a USB memory stick. It works well enough for me, except for the annoying situation posed in my question. After shutting down my computer, on restart Virgin Mobile prompts me rather quickly to connect to the internet. This it then does, and quite swiftly. BUT, if I arouse my PC from sleep mode, not only does it not offer me a prompt (apparently it is not designed to do so, according to Virgin), but also it takes five or six painfully slow attempts to finally make internet connection again which eventually seems to occur as much due to sheer chance as to any identifiable reason. I achieve this by clicking on the connect button of the Virgin prompt screen (which I have to manually activate to appear), and then keep clicking 'connect' and 'cancel' repeatedly until finally success ensues. It would be so much simpler if the condition 'sleep mode' creates with the modem could be avoided, so that I could quickly reconnect again to the internet. The time I save by not shutting down, is more than lost by wasted time trying to reconnect to the internet after 'sleep' I have tried some of the predictable fixes -- namely uninstalling and re-installing Virgin, as well as fiddling around with settings related to "Allowing the computer to turn off this device", but without success. I also note that if I go to 'Computer', the entry that appears for Virgin Mobile describes it as "CD Drive (F:) Virgin Mobile" which, of course, it is not. Would it be possible for some kind person out there to offer me an explanation and some clues as to what best to do? Regards, kevindu
Since upgrading to Windows 10 last month, I am now having a problem with Firefox after resuming from sleep on my laptop. If Firefox was already open when the laptop goes …
Since upgrading to Windows 10 last month, I am now having a problem with Firefox after resuming from sleep on my laptop. If Firefox was already open when the laptop goes into sleep mode, upon resume the Firefox UI (both web sites and the app itself) has display issues, where about half of the display is missing (e.g. text, graphics, menus, etc.). This happens only with Firefox, and not with other apps. I need to exit and restart Firefox to clear the problem. This doesn't always happen... it's probably 50/50. Doesn't seem to matter how many tabs are open in Firefox. Also, length of time in sleep mode doesn't seem to matter.
Laptop is a Toshiba L75D-A7283 with AMD Radeon HD 8330 display.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions. T.O.
Mozilla's format is great - but having so many problems- sadly think I may have to switch browsers- Is there currently a technical hitch? wsers
Slooooooowness- practically every time I'm online When Computer is 'sleeping' and I go to re-start. Will not connect to internet. Stalling is driving me crazy - as I can'…
Slooooooowness- practically every time I'm online When Computer is 'sleeping' and I go to re-start. Will not connect to internet. Stalling is driving me crazy - as I can't get on with what I'm doing. Just installed Chrome - no problems ( except when I try to open Mozilla - then whole computer stalls)
Would like to stay with Mozilla - any guidance appreciated. I have Lenovo 510 idepad (new) Many thanks, Anita
As an experienced Firefox user with 1.000.000 license, I feel obliged to note you that on Dell Vostro 15 3000 series Intel i3core running on Win 10 platform, browsers slo…
As an experienced Firefox user with 1.000.000 license, I feel obliged to note you that on Dell Vostro 15 3000 series Intel i3core running on Win 10 platform, browsers slows to the limit of crashing after waking up from sleep/hibernate mode. No several huge tabs, just gmail account opened. Several times, in fact, on regular basis. Not a big deal for an old chap (52), but ... there is, I suppose, an easy fix.
Tnx for your efforts and achievents,