I'm glad you shared your thread. Thank you. This isn't the first endless reboot problem Microsoft's faced in relation to a service pack recently. Tuesday, August 23, 2011 2:11 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Still valuable advice, after all these years. Check This Out
I hope I managed to copy them the right way. Can you tell me where/how to find it? I read in another post that it may help you to diagnose the problem if you can see the BSOD. While Windows XP is receiving some bad press due to the crashes, again, it appears that most of the crashes are due to hardware issues stemming from unsupported configurations, and thus original site
The problem isn't happening on my Windows XP computer at this exact moment (although it just happened on my Windows 7 computer!) I'll try Safe Mode as soon as I notice Join over 733,556 other people just like you! I am still getting messages from the Crash Reporter that "There was a problem submitting your report." Firefox 44.0 crashes when I reopen the browser in Safe Mode too. shauny2290Topic StarterStarter service pack 3 crashes my PC HELP « on: October 11, 2008, 12:50:16 PM » Hello all when i try to install the xp service pack 3 it all
I don't know much experience in this problem. I am desperately hoping the crashing problem in Windows XP will be fixed. I relied on this browser very much. The benefit of the ESR is that you are less likely to have new problems introduced into the browser, since the ESR is focused on security updates and NOT new features.
All rights reserved. Oh well, no matter. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Advertisement Alex Ethridge Thread Starter Joined: Apr 10, 2000 Messages: 8,798 I've installed Windows XP service pack 3 on several systems but no While using Safe mode open the command prompt.... Start, All Programs, Accessories, Command PromptRun the following command in the command prompt just like it's typed: sc config intelppm start= disabledStep 2:If the
Elvandil, Aug 17, 2008 #10 Alex Ethridge Thread Starter Joined: Apr 10, 2000 Messages: 8,798 I had no idea such a problem existed. But I also don't think the root cause of the increased shutdown hangs for some users in Firefox 44 has been identified. Should they avoid this sp3 update, would it be safe to download it directly from the website as Alex has done, or should the manufacturer be contacted? Thank you very much for the replies.
You're very helpful. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-service-pack-3-crashing-hp-and-compaq-systems.740662/ Facebook will only load in stages. Using windows registry:1. Still sense I don't have much info on how the power supply affects an Update to SP3.
The Windows XP computer is another matter. http://kazeinteractive.com/service-pack/windows-xp-service-pack-3-iso.html My advice is backup before installing SP3 or wait a month or so. 05-14-2008, 12:31 PM #4 zacory2713 Registered Member Join Date: May 2008 Posts: 2 OS: xp If the 64-bit build works, then it's most likely this 44.0 issue of no-connection-crash-on-exit. 44.0 currently has an issue that results in connection trouble and crash-on-exit on some computers. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
When I check "about:crashes," there are two crashes listed as "submitted." Would it help if you had a look at them? But also very rare. 1 2 Next Portions of this content are ©1998–2017 by individual mozilla.org contributors. I don't dare open Firefox on it. this contact form Repeat steps 6-8 for the other control sets.10.
Is it possible that this adware may have been hiding in the restore area (where it does no harm, as far as I know)? Perhaps the single biggest problem appears to be caused by Hewlett Packard's configuration choices. Read this answer in context 0 Question tools Get email updates when anybody replies.
Also some have found that switching the mouse from USB to PS/2 port (via the adapter to the round PS/2 port) fixes the problem, indicating it may be an issue with Fortunately, the majority of the problems have easy fixes that do not even requiring uninstalling the Service Pack. As Johansson points out, the most extreme solution when none other can be found is simply to uninstall XP SP3. I don't dare open Firefox on it.
This is happening over and over again on my older computer, which has Windows XP SP3 Media Center Edition. Logged " All generalizations are false, including this one. " tony440Beginner Re: service pack 3 crashes my PC HELP « Reply #4 on: October 12, 2008, 11:57:40 AM » Come to think of it, I think the HP was an AMD processor and I know the Compaq was AMD. http://kazeinteractive.com/service-pack/windows-7-service-pack-3.html Any word on a fix coming out?
I do know another thing that is obvious. You would have thought MS testers would have spotted this. Currently running 38.6.0. last year) hadn't found OpenCandy.
I'm just canceling the automatic update for SP3 in the future. I think you need to warn everyone about the possibility of Windows crashing. No crash report. I've upgraded my HP Pavilion 8565C, my Gateway 500S, my grandaughter's Compaq Presario 5900T, and a friend's Compaq Presario 5000 to SP3 with no problems.
I'm not sure what to do now, even on my Windows 7 computer - risk using Firefox 44.0 on it? Security updates are generally OK, but anything major must take into account that it is not a true Windows installation once hacked by the OEM's and a recovery partition has been I can start windows in safe mode, but not normally and I cannot use "Use Last Known Configuration." I have read that I could use the install disk's "Repair" function, but I just updated to Firefox 44.0, and I'm now getting a "Mozilla Crash Reporter" when I try to close the Firefox browser.
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