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Mark Allanson

posted on 23/6/12 at 04:07 PM Reply With Quote
Crash site

I have been using this site for years, but since I have installed Firefox 14.0, when I go to www.tvguide.co.uk/default.asp?thisday=&thisTime= , Firefox freezes and the memory usage steadily climbs to about a gig! In Chrome all is as it should be.

What could possibly cause this?





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designer

posted on 23/6/12 at 04:26 PM Reply With Quote
Nothing wrong when I load in latest Firefox.
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Mark Allanson

posted on 23/6/12 at 04:43 PM Reply With Quote
I am running XP, 2gb installed memory, any different?





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BenB

posted on 23/6/12 at 05:39 PM Reply With Quote
Works for me but I'm on 13.01.
Are you sure this isn't the Flash problem Adobe and Mozilla are working on?

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karlak

posted on 23/6/12 at 06:05 PM Reply With Quote
Try going to -



- HELP

- Troubleshooting information


- RESET firefox.





I had problems after the recent update and this fixed it.




Use the above at your own risk though. It should keep all your bookmarks and cookies etc.

[Edited on 23/6/12 by karlak]





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Pete - Kit Car Zone

posted on 23/6/12 at 07:48 PM Reply With Quote
It might be worth clearing your cache. That sometimes helps when a new version of a web browser or site is causing problems. Just be careful thought as it may also delete any saved passwords you have. Although in Firefox I you're able to clear your cache without wiping saved passwords, history etc. Again, only do it if your comfortable doing it.

Alternatively waiting for the next release of firefox might cure the problem?






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