Firefox26 crashing randomly in Windows 7

Firefox26 crashes randomly in Windows7 for about a week. I have tried all the following:
-People with disabilities all add ons
-Created a different user profile

Sync is disabled. It happens on different Web pages.

How can this be repaired?

now, I'm curious to know how it happened - prevented accidents?

Tags: Firefox

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