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Firefox Freezes with Script Error

Firefox keeps freeing/hanging. First you will see the errors that pop up for me. Then the troubleshooting I have done to solve this problem. Script Error: Script: http://… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox keeps freeing/hanging. First you will see the errors that pop up for me. Then the troubleshooting I have done to solve this problem.

Script Error: Script: http://z-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/browser-scripts/imageBlock/imageBlock-3190704718._V1_.js:773

Script: http://z-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/digital/sitb/reader/v4/201411111537/en_US/sitb-library-js._V319867744_.js:34


Script: http://z-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/browser-scripts/site-wide-js-1.2.6-beacon/site-wide-5809221203._V1_.js:184


For troubleshooting I have tried the following: disable addon's and restart in safe mode (did not help) disable theme and restart in safe mode (did not help) reset firefox (did not help) uninstalled Firefox & removed all traces of browser from my computer (yes even the registry was removed)


after doing the above I still had all my previous settings. I used IE to download a fresh copy and tired again. Still have all my settings, plugin's, tabs, and unremoved cookies and a little history

I am not tech savvy but the script errors made me think of Javascript. I went to about:config and searched for Java when javascript.enabled showed up I disabled and the problem has disappeared.

I know I need this javascript enabled. I cannot do much of anything at my site with is disabled.

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix this script hanging problem.

Thanks for any help.

Asked by kybunnies 5 iminyaka edlule

Answered by FredMcD 5 iminyaka edlule

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Keep getting error messages i.e. "Script: resource://gre/modules/commonj…nsion/data/jquery-2.1.0.min.js:4" Tried refreshing, didn't work

For the past several days, I have been getting script error message such as the above. I keep getting Firefox is not responding when I try to change tabs, go on links, go… (funda kabanzi)

For the past several days, I have been getting script error message such as the above. I keep getting Firefox is not responding when I try to change tabs, go on links, go to other websites, etc. I'm getting p.o.'d and will go back to Internet Explorer if you can't fix this, FIREFOX! My time on the computer is hours longer than normal because of the delays in waiting for firefox to respond and in waiting for the script error message box to keep coming up so I can click to continue. I have refreshed my firefox and have had to update all my extensions and addons and am not interested in doing it again, there has to be some other way since that isn't fixing the problem, either!

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Answered by cor-el 5 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox tab hangs

A while back I started having problems with tabs hanging in Firefox. This happens arbitrarily, in any site, without any user input. It may happen with tabs that have been… (funda kabanzi)

A while back I started having problems with tabs hanging in Firefox. This happens arbitrarily, in any site, without any user input. It may happen with tabs that have been on the background for a long while or with a brand new tab that I just opened. I'm attaching screenshots for a tab (that was) showing Facebook and one for a new tab without any site loaded. Whenever this happens, there will be a "WebContent" process at 100% CPU. The only solution is for me to kill that process.

I'm seeing this in two different computers, work and home. The usage pattern between these two is quite different, although I do have Firefox sync in both of them. I've tried deleting my profile (rm -rf ~/.mozilla/) but that hasn't helped. I've tried using safe mode and couldn't reproduce the error, but since these crashes happen about twice a day it's hard to say for sure. There are no crash reports in about:crashes.

Any tips to troubleshoot this problem?

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Delayed responses

FF35.0.1, Win7Pro64sp1. This is a brand new machine that I have built from scratch. All drivers are the newest available from the appropriate manufactures' web sites. F… (funda kabanzi)

FF35.0.1, Win7Pro64sp1. This is a brand new machine that I have built from scratch. All drivers are the newest available from the appropriate manufactures' web sites. FF is one of the first programs I've installed, and it is acting rather oddly. For example, when I right-click in the browser window, the context menu does not appear until after I move the mouse over the space where it would normally be. Another example... when I check a box or click a radio button in the option window, the check mark or button indication doesn't change until I move the mouse over another field. I haven't installed any extensions, and haven't made any changes outside of the option window, so this is a pretty vanilla setup. All other programs on the machine seem to be working fine. Any ideas?

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