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  1. Core ReactOS
  2. CORE-8331

Firefox 29.0 crash

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Fix Version/s: 0.4.0
    • Component/s: None
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      Description

      On this page http://community.reactos.org/index.php/contributors/credits while I was using the "Get more" button, Firefox crashed. This is repeatable!

      I started with a fresh install of R63632 on my main test computer.

      The debug log starts from the re-boot after second stage of the install

      Notes to accompany the debug log (see Firefox-R63632.log).
      Boot up, at the desktop, close the driver wizards as they appear. Go to drive D: to install the nVidia drivers for the network chip. The drivers unpack to drive C:. In the installation window, un-check all drivers except "SMBus" and "Ethernet". I get an error message for the Ethernet driver. Open the TaskManager and end the process "nvunrm.exe". The Ros driver wizard now opens for the Ethernet driver, so I direct it to the nVidia network folder on drive C:. The driver wizard shows success. Choose to re-boot in the nVidia install window.

      When the re-boot is back at the desktop, close the driver wizards as they appear (one less now). Go to drive D: to install Firefox 29.0. Start the installation and close Explorer. When the installation has finished, let it run Firefox. Adjust the Firefox window and google for Reactos. At the front page navigate to INDIEGOGO - Updates. Open the link "HERE" (http://community.reactos.org/index.php/contributors/credits) in a new tab, then open the link "Community frontpage" in a new tab. Open the "Credits" page tab, scroll down to the large button (that you use to shows more names). I next held the "SHIFT" key, but without clicking on the button, so nothing happened. Next I clicked on this button and Firefox died and showed the Crash Reporter. At this point I did Alt+k and bt, for back trace. In the Crash Reporter, I had it show the details, then stopped the debugging.

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        1. downloadingflash.log
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        2. Firefox-R63632.log
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        3. part2.log
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              bug zilla Bug Zilla
              Reporter:
              oldman oldman
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