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Old 12th March 2005, 20:02   #1
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I get crashes in internet explorer while surfing, everything freezes necessitating reboot, mostly with 'complicated' sites with flash and such.

folding is stable, as is gaming, and everything else.

what could be the problem?
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http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/kn...n_15511#fixall

Did you try uninstalling the flash player?
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I have had similar situation last year, only occasionally.

After I upgraded to SP2 and with all the updates the problem has not shown in all 7 systems since.
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All IE crashes i had where memory-related.
Maybe it's a good day to switch to a decent browser.
http://www.mozilla.org/
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same thing on firefox
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same thing on firefox
as EasyP said, uninstall & reinstall flash (shockwave ?)

maybe give an example of which site causes the crash, ... remember some viewers are < 16 years !!!!
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Call me wierd... I'm running several browsers, none of which are IE. I use Firefox for my default, but use Maxthon for my updates, and use Netscape 7.2 and the new 8.0 Beta for fun. I will also use Slimbrowser for those times that Maxthon is being stupid. And, for those interested... I'm also running a gig of PC2500 (well, overclocked PC2100 ) for any RAM problems.
 
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it happened while browsing bmw.be, the movie for the new m6, but it has happened on about 100 occasions before

http://www.bmw.com/generic/com/en/pr...dex_popup.html
on this one, I click OK, and the further clicks, it always crashes...
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No problem here watching it now ... the M6 is in RED.
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(one of the 2006 options )

weird friggin thing, popped up some weeks ago
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