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what's going on here ?
crashes Submitted ....all occuring one after the other. FF is very slow after refreshing and all add-on's and extra's are off. No malware detect etc. Notebook is ACER ES1-731 (yes, I know it's a slow one) but.......What's going on here ? I notice in the browser troubleshooting record "important modified preferences" that java script is still "true"....why is this so when I've changed on the addon manager to "ask to activate" ? ....Is there a sneak file always putting it on default "true"..it seems so.
78da85ca-3a3a-4b1a-921b-55af78ed30e4 13/11/2015 09:20 c300615d-c1f5-46ed-82eb-d00f4f14dc91 13/11/2015 07:56 bp-bc329bf8-0712-4fe9-8782-15f712151112 12/11/2015 08:53 bp-47e5d337-a8ff-4017-a023-616722151112 12/11/2015 08:53
That was very good work. Well Done. Please flag your last post as Solved Problem so others will know.Funda le mpendulo ngokuhambisana nalesi sihloko 👍 0
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Date Submitted d04b0a0c-375a-4d7b-afab-b950073457c0 13/11/2015 21:24 bp-ac15971c-e484-4c44-8de9-0ee812151113 13/11/2015 21:22 bp-e1d199d0-7a43-414a-a482-b00582151113 13/11/2015 21:21 bp-f0c3a58d-563f-42b0-9a90-38eda2151113 13/11/2015 21:19 bp-06350f0d-50b4-4136-aa4c-e6e482151113 13/11/2015 21:19 f903a578-d5dc-4ea4-b7ac-b8771efa4d28 13/11/2015 21:17 bdeacc16-e550-4f6c-b666-ddd9908b81b3 13/11/2015 21:16 bp-03d73f3a-db60-43fe-af86-4d49d2151113 13/11/2015 21:16 77ff0535-88da-4c5a-bf46-97ccd385466e 13/11/2015 21:15 66fb0f4c-b08b-4bfe-9124-5d8b072517a3 13/11/2015 21:02 78da85ca-3a3a-4b1a-921b-55af78ed30e4 13/11/2015 09:20 c300615d-c1f5-46ed-82eb-d00f4f14dc91 13/11/2015 07:56 bp-bc329bf8-0712-4fe9-8782-15f712151112 12/11/2015 08:53 bp-47e5d337-a8ff-4017-a023-616722151112 12/11/2015 08:53 Mozilla has gotton to do better than this.
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Please calm down. We are here to help.
Some of your crash reports weren’t sent to the Mozilla Servers.
In the address bar, type about:crashes<enter>. Note: If any reports do not have BP in front of the numbers/letters, click it and select Submit.
The crash report is several pages of data. We need the report numbers to see the whole report.
Process Type plugin Shockwave Flash Version: 18.104.22.168
Attention Sumo's there are 20 related bug reports bp-f0c3a58d-563f-42b0-9a90-38eda2151113
- see if there are updates for your graphics drive drivers
- disable protected mode in the Flash plugin (Flash 11.3+ on Windows Vista and later)
- disable hardware acceleration in the Flash plugin
https://forums.adobe.com/thread/891337 See also:
You can disable protected mode in the Flash plugin via the Plugins Add-ons page (about:addons)(Tools > Add-ons > Plugins). See:
The problem with erratic bug reports is twice I've tried to send and the system crashed so I've sent what I could. The awkward bit about fred's reply, that the adobe remedy is to switch on hardware acceleration.....somewhat counterproductive for win10 users with FF. I problem I found sometime ago is that windows 10 does NOT automatically update the drivers..as on my screen a caption appears "go to the manufacturers website for updates". In my case this is ACER. with an Intel core. Unfortunately Win 10 update is a hoodwink farmout...one has to do many of the updates oneself. I am encountering so many peripheral issues with win 10, esp powercode 41 constantly appears in the critical error logs.
Appropo these "sumos"..I get these in the spam box and err on the side of caution and delete them. How does one know if they are genuine ? Is Mozilla attempting to contact using this method ?
When someone replies to your post, or any post you are watching, you are sent an e-mail showing what was posted. Anything you get from firstname.lastname@example.org is safe. Please set up your mail spam to allow Mozilla.org messages.
This next reply is going to surprise, and a red-herring...hardware fault....The fault was the BIOS battery coming loose in it's holder, and by just slightly depressing the character keyboard was enough to create an intermittant contact. This was the clue to the remark I made regarding wrong colours around characters. The ACER pcb has a very simple plastic clip for the battery which is poor from the onset. The trick is to depress the battery in the holder and slightly burr the plastic over with a soldering iron.
It looks obvious....let's hope it's done the trick.
That was very good work. Well Done. Please flag your last post as Solved Problem so others will know.