On firefox memory leaks cause blue screens?
On firefox memory leaks cause blue screens?
If you encounter blue screen crashes, this majority refers often to an incompatibility with a device driver, especially the graphics drivers. Go to Firefox Safe Mode and disable the use of Firefox hardware acceleration of graphics.
Assuming that Firefox is closed:
Hold down the SHIFT key when you start Firefox. You should get a small dialog box. Click on 'Start mode safe' (not reset).
(If Firefox is running, use Help > restart with disabled modules to call the dialog box.)
In Firefox, open the Options of the Advanced tab dialog box:
the button Firefox orange (or the Tools menu) > Options > advanced
In the mini ' General' tab, uncheck the box for "use hardware acceleration when available.
This will take effect after you exit Firefox and start it up again (in normal mode).
Hello, I am currently having a problem with my Skype where it will make my computer BSOD after a while in a call, it only occurs during Skype calls, not during other communications programs of voice as the voice of steam call and the blue screen is more likely to happen when I'm in Firefox.
The blue screen error I get is "clock interrupt was not receieved a secondary processor in the time interval allowed."
Any help would be appreciated.
I did clean install applicable drivers and even tried to Exchange pieces of equipment (including the negotiation on an old CPU and RAM value) and no change.
Fortunately, a solution to the problem, which has been swicthing on Google Hangouts. They work much better because there is no decrease in performance, even streaming, has more features and does not cause a blue screen after a couple of hours.
Hello fellow Firefox users!
For most of us, Firefox suffers from a memory leak crazy, this can cause slowdown and perhaps even crashes. This happens mainly because when you close the tabs, the RAM, they took is always taxing your computer. Among other things cause this annoying leakage.
Recently, I switched to Firefox and has this leak. I would not put upward with him, so I put solutions. Here's what I came with.
Some addons I've handpicked, which when combined, are extremely effective.
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Additional details of the system
Windows Vista Firefox 9.0.1
Front of Add-ons
Firefox could take up to 512 MB and up, leading to problems.
Firefox could take some time to load the tabs sometimes.
Download was OK.
Use Firefox NEVER more than 512 MB, typically stays around 300 MB.
Firefox almost NEVER slows down.
Downloads go up to 4 x the average speed.
4 GB of ram Ram HQ
Firefox version 9
3.0 MHZ AMDPhenII QuadCore
NIVIDIA, VideoRAM 2048 DDR2
Original title: inserting a few Flash Drives, but not all, and cell phone causes a blue screen of death
Computer Dell Inspiron 518 Intel core 2 quad, 6 GB memory, office 2 years.
HP Vista 64-bit, Service Pack 2, updated version 6.0.6002 fully implemented.
No change to HW or SW immediately before the first detected failure, but the USB port which is not often used.
History - off Ready Boost after a short experience and installed months ago driver and card Renesas Electronics USB 3.0. This driver has been disabled through all of this, but I've not yet physically removed the card. Disable ready boost was simply to stop - no other instructions not found for removal.
Anitvirus BitDefender and Malwarebytes scans are both clean.
A flash drive works fine, but three others cause seconds blue screen of death after installing into any USB port. Bought a new flash drive and it also causes a crash. Found cell phone also gives BSOD. All work fine on another computer. USB is currently led printer, external hard drive, digital camera downloads and keyboard/mouse very well. Tried both USB ports with the same results and back and disconnected all other USB devices except the keyboard and mouse. Remove and reinstall all USB drivers (6) one by one (the 1CH9 Intel USB controllers host family) and USB controllers enhanced (2); also storage device USB and device drivers USB Composite and façade drivers card reader. After each new facility, any 'bad' flash player causes immediate crash. 'Good' flash player's Centron Centon Pro 8 GB and one of bad flash drives is one attached PNY 8 GB, another a San Disk. I think, but I don't remember, that the 'good' flash player was installed for Ready Boost test.
Unable to find a failure code or no trace of several accidents in the problem reports. Here is all the data of failure that I could find:
I'm puzzled. Thanks in advance.
HelloYou must update the BIOS (Basic Input Output System) and the Pilots of the Chipset using the computer manufacturer.
Whenever I have install/update Skype on windows 7 to the current version, I get a blue screen as I can't use older versions because he says "Skype cannot connect." Any help on any of these questions is accepted. Thank you.
You have the well known problem of the Webcam HP HD [Fixed] .
The last 6.16/6.18 Skype are causing BSOD on HP laptops with this installed webcam.
You can try to uninstall the version 6.18 and install the previous 22.214.171.124 Skype version using the download links provided here:
Be sure to turn off the automatic updates.
Tools-> Options-> Advanced-> automatic updates-> turn off automatic updates
The other option is to uninstall the HP drivers and install generic Microsoft webcam drivers.
Just thought I'd share what he had me flumoxed for awhile.
I found that Windows Update has published around July 16, 2009 cause BT crash and Wlindows to go back to a blue screen.
KB961371 is installed automatically by Windows Update If you have set it to do.
Unistalling it end the Bluescreens.
BT Stack Version 6.40.00 (T)
Windows Vista, but can affect other operating systems
Hey Ian, thanks a lot for this info.
I'll test it on my machine.
Product: HP Pavilion dm4-1024tx Entertainment Notebook PC
Product number: XC651PA
I have corsair Vengeance ram 8 GB (CMSX8GX3M1A1600C10) that as a result of the configurations as mentioned below:
SPD 9-9-9-24 latency
SPD speed 1333 Mhz
SPD voltage 1.5V
PC3-12800 (1600 MHz) memo speed
Tested latency 10-10-10-27
Tested 1600 Mhz speed
Tested voltage 1.5V
It passes the test of memory BIOS.
BIOS VERSION: Hewlett-Packard F.27, 21/12/2011
But when I boot windows 7, it shows the windows symbol and then it shows the blue screen with the error
If I replace memory corsair with the memory that has been delivered with the laptop the system only works very well.
Corsair memory is not compatible with the system?
I have a dual boot and installed ubuntu on this subject. Ubuntu loads perfectly fine, but after a while the system restarts automatically (IE open application).
I tried memorytest86 to test the memory, but the application continue to crash and reboot and does not provide any results.
The RAM is not compatible. The system allows a maximum total memory of 8 GB and uses DDR3-1333 which downclocks at 1066 speed. You cannot use a single module of 8 GB. 4 gigs is the large single module supports the system. I suspect the memory that you have will work fine if you had modules of 2 x 4 GB instead of a single module of 8 GB. That's why memtest is not finished. The controller memory motherboard is not able to take up 8 GB of RAM by a single channel.
Since Windows 7 updates tonight (09/02/10) I have blue screen crashes when you run the Mozilla Firefox browser. It started just this evening with the latest Windows updates. I have reported this here and on Mozilla and hope that someone set quickly. If this isn't the case, I'll have to restore both of my laptops to the restore point before applying updates. We running Windows Home Premium 32 bit, and the other is WHP 64-bit, so I know the issue is not limited to one specific machine.
Firefox bug Forum sent me this reply. Not specific to Win7, but leads me to think it may be something similar...
This has nothing to do with your problem if you can start your computer Win7 (not Firefox) without getting a BSOD.
Meanings not necessarily bear, if you experience one or more of the updates that you have installed on or after that 09 Feb-10 is at the origin of behavior...
For individuals, please visit the Microsoft Solution Center and antivirus security for resources and tools to keep your PC safe and healthy. If you have problems with the installation of the update itself, visit the Microsoft Update Support for resources and tools to keep your PC updated with the latest updates.
For more information about how to contact your local Microsoft subsidiary for security update support issues, visit the International Support Web site: http://support.microsoft.com/common/international.aspx
For enterprise customers, support for security updates is available through your usual support contacts.
Y at - it of viruses out there that are affecting the computers and blue screens and random reboots of the origin?
There is, but your problems could be caused by other issues too,
Tell us the information on your computer and we give information about the problem.
you do something specific when you get the blue screen?
you have anti-virus (what kind)
did you install any software/hardware recently?
a good way to fix a wide variety of pc problems is to run a chkdsk
- Hold the windows key
- Press R
- in the box that opens type of command, press enter
- type the following echo Y | CHKDSK C: /r
- Restart the computer
It will scan your hard drive for errors that can be caused by being improprley stop, as when the death bluse screen occurs.
ORIGINAL TITLE: Urgent... Help, please... Blue screen
When I'm about to open Skype call my laptop screen always turn blue, then I downloaded view blue screen then he told me that my driver is broken and he is ntoskrnl.exe, how can solve this problem the bluescreen on always keep coming and then restart. He said something as preparation to dump...
Help, please. because I just brought this computer... Please help... How can fix the ntoskrnl.exe driver?
Check with the help of Skype and their forums, as it may be known issues.
Skype - Support
Skype - Forums
Ntoskrnl.exe is a component of Windows which means than anything else he has led astray. More likely
the root cause on top of my head are the WiFi (wireless) or network (wired) NIC drivers. Check with
system manufacturer (manufacturer of motherboard for customized systems) or the actual manufacturers. (See
driver update methods below.)
Pick up the pieces after a computer crash
Check this thread for more information using BlueScreenView, MyEventViewer and other methods
to troubleshoot the BlueScreens - top 3 responses (+ 1 other).
We can analyze the minidumps if make you it available to the SkyDrive or another file
sharing sites (such as MediaFire). If you have problems to download the copy of minidumps
for the office or in the Documents folder and download them from there.
ZIP or download the content of the C:\Windows\minidump
Use SkyDrive to upload collected files
Also this, so you can see the probable bluescreens.
Windows Vista restarts automatically if your computer encounters an error that requires him to plant.
(also Windows 7)
Check out these utilities to see if information may be collected:
It is an excellent tool for displaying the blue screen error information
-Free - BlueScreenView scans all your minidump files created during 'blue screen of death '.
hangs and displays information about all accidents of a table.
MyEventViewer can be verified at the time of the blue screen (BSOD) for a second or less
the time of the BSOD for more information on the possible cause - see TIP.
MyEventViewer - free - a simple alternative in the standard Windows Event Viewer.
TIP - Options - Advanced filter allows you to see a period of time instead of the whole of the record-
Set it for a bit before and after the time of the BSOD.
AppCrashView - free - a small utility for Windows Vista and Windows 7 which shows details
application of all accidents occurred in your system. The information breaks down is extracted from
the wer files created by the Windows Error Reporting (WER) of the operating system component
whenever an accident occurred. AppCrashView also allows you to easily record the list of accidents
Control Panel - network - write down of the brand and the model of the Wifi - double click top - tab of the driver - write
version - click the driver update (cannot do something that MS is far behind the pilots of certification). Then
Right click on the Wifi device and UNINSTALL - Reboot - it will refresh the driver stack.
Look at the sites of the manufacturer for drivers - and the manufacturer of the device manually.
How to install a device driver in Vista Device Manager
Download - SAVE - go where you put it - right click – RUN AS ADMIN.
You can download several at once however restart after the installation of each of them.
After watching the system manufacturer, you can check the manufacturer of the device an even newer version. (The
manufacturer of system become your backup policies).
Repeat for network (NIC) card and is a good time to get the other updated drivers as Vista like
I would also turn off auto update for the drivers. If the updates Windows suggests a just HIDE as they
are almost always old, and you can search drivers manually as needed.
How to disable automatic driver Installation in Windows Vista - drivers
http://TechNet.Microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc730606 (WS.10) .aspx
I hope this helps.
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HelloI get this crash blue screen for few days now randomly. Don't know what the problem where the reason why I'm here.I provided a dump log file, so I hope you can shed some light on the question. Please help me :(SpikeDump file: Mini012912 - 01.dmpCrash time: 29/01/2012-12:33:07 AMBug Check String: NTFS_FILE_SYSTEMBug check Code: 0 x 00000024Parameter 1: 0x001904aaParameter 2: 0xb52299e0Parameter 3: 0xb52296dcParameter 4: 0x8801172dCaused by the driver: Ntfs.sysCaused by the address: Ntfs.sys + 572dDescription of the file: NT File System DriverProduct name: Microsoft® Windows® Operating SystemCompany: Microsoft CorporationFile version: 6.0.6000.16386 (vista_rtm.061101 - 2205)Processor: 32-bitPlant address: ntkrnlpa.exe + cdb3fStack address 1: Ntfs.sys + 19fffStack address 2: Ntfs.sys + 17976Battery 3 address: ntkrnlpa.exe + ad218Computer name:Full path: C:\Windows\Minidump\Mini012912-01.dmpNumber of processors: 2Main version: 15Minor Version: 6002Size of the dump file: 198 544
Share with everyone - others more savvy I can watch it. It increases the chances of getting a solution.
Name the folder and change the permissions to share with the person concerned.
Important note : You can share the file with anyone if there is no private/sensitive information (for example the screenshot of a prompt error message). For so and so, just select the option "Everyone (Public)" in the share with"" checkbox. Please refer to the following screenshot:
I get the BSOD and have no idea how fix and or repair.
I ran a memory test using cd ISO and memory checks very well.
Errors seem to be due to
Mini090610 - 05.dmp 06/09/2010 19:23:24 IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL 0x0000000A 0 x 00000078 0x0000001b 0x00000001 0x81eda5ae Ntkrnlpa.exe Ntkrnlpa.exe + 4dfd9
Mini090410 - 03.dmp 04/09/2010 16:49:22 UNEXPECTED_KERNEL_MODE_TRAP 0x0000007f 0x0000000d 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 Ntkrnlpa.exe Ntkrnlpa.exe + 4e74f NT kernel & system Microsoft® Windows® operating system Microsoft Corporation 6.0.6002.18267 (vistasp2_gdr.100608 - 0458) 32 bit C:\Windows\Minidump\Mini090410-03.dmp 2 15 6002
I can do when I'm trying to download the video corder cam panasonic HDD. Whenever I go to some video and am trying to download to my hard drive I get the blue screen every time.
Any ideas or suggestions?
Remember, test the memory and pay attention to the argument in the above troubleshooting utility
This memory test intercept all errors. Try to run with less than sticks and change the place-
Order lying sticks to try to ensure faster (even if the same card) is installed in the front
Have you checked on the other Bug_Checks to FaultWire? 1, 1 a, FE, 8th and D1? When you get this
several BSOD is its best for a very broad approach basis for trying to limit problems. Which
means, update ALL your main drivers, BIOS and drivers of the low-level chipset. Remove your gift
antivirus/security programs and run the removal of their creator tools. Do the same for others who
never been in the machine, not used, or uninstalled. See below for recommendations of use
during the test, however in permanently would be even better.
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If a PC remove ALL power and reinstall the cards memory and cables (at both ends where possible)
-in fact, remove and replace - do not just tight. Clean the dust bunnies and ensure that the
fans are running (when the case is enabled). Try using a small fan blowing in the intake to reduce
the effects of the heat. On a laptop computer on all you can do is to reinstall the memory, clean the vents, and
try using a small fan.
List of tools to clean/uninstall anti-malware programs
Here's what I use and recommend: (these are all free and very effective versions.)
Avast and Prevx proved extremely reliable and compatible with all I have
launched on them. Microsoft Security Essentials and Prevx have also proven to be very
reliable and compatible. Use MSE or Avast and Prevx, Prevx 3 but not all.
Avast Home free - stop any shields is not necessary except leaving Standard, Web, and
Operation of the network.
Prevx - Home - free
Windows Defender (is not necessary if you use MSE)
Protected IE - mode
IE 8 - SmartScreen filter WE (IE 7 phishing filter)
I also IE always start with asset if filter InPrivate IE 8.
(It may temporarily turn off with the little icon to the left of the + bottom
right of IE)
Two versions of Avast are available 5.x and 4.8 x
Avast - home - free - 5.x stop shields you do not use (except files, Web, network, &)
Shields of behavior) - double click on the icon in the Notification area - real time Orange - click on the
Shield that you want to stop - STOP. To stop the Orange icon to show an error indicator-
Click on the Orange icon - top right - settings - click on the status bar - uncheck shields you
disabled - click OK
Avast 4.8 x - home - free - stop shields, you don't need except leaving Standard, Web,.
and the network running. (Double-click the blue icon - look OK. - upper left - Shields details
Finish those you don't use).
Or use Microsoft Security Essentials - free
Prevx works well alongside MSE or Avast
Prevx - home - free small, fast, exceptional protection CLOUD, working with other security
programs. It is a single scanner, VERY EFFICIENT, if it finds something come back here
or use Google to see how to remove.
PCmag - Prevx - Editor's choice
Also get Malwarebytes - free - use as scanner only. If you ever think malware and that
would be unusual with Avast and occasional Prevx running with the exception of a low level cookie
(not much), to UPDATE and then run it as a scanner. I have a lot of scanners and they
never find anything of note that I started to use this configuration.
I hope this helps.
Rob Brown - MS MVP - Windows Desktop Experience: Bike - Mark Twain said it right.
I've been uaing ULEAD VideoStudio 11.5 Plus Edition to capture video in Windows XP without any problems via ilink cable 1394 and I just new PC of Dell Studio XPS 435 t Intel i7920 2.67 Ghz 9.0 GB of RAM Windeos 7 Home Premium 64 - bit operating system. I thought that the problem was with the Corel/Ulead software but I get the same blue screen when trying to import using Windows Media Center, so I think it could be a nuisance pilot, but do need help from Microsoft try to identify the root cause. Looking for someone with the same problem who might already have a solution.
Sony DV camcorder AVC\Sony & DV - VCR & video CAMERA & DV MSDV Msdv.sys
Blue Screen details showing stack crash
123109-20311 - 01.dmp 31/12/2009-22:25:06 LeAPC_INDEX_MISMATCHErreur 0 x 00000001 00000000' 75602dd9 00000000'00000000 00000000' 0000ffff fffff880'07d8aca0 ntoskrnl.exe ntoskrnl.exe + 71f00 NT Kernel & System Microsoft® Windows® operating system Microsoft Corporation 6.1.7600.16385 (win7_rtm.090713 - 1255) x 64 C:\Windows\minidump\123109-20311-01.dmp 8 15 7600
I discovered that my Creative Live! installation caused a bluescreen drivers (LeAPC_INDEX_MISMATCHErreur) when you try to access mstape.sys from (in my case) the Sony HDR - FX1 (Sony DV) or Microsoft DV. My machine has Windows 7 x 64, 8 GB RAM, processor AMD X 6.
After I uninstalled the Creative Live! software everything works perfectly!
So, I see that your PC has "Creative Live!" Power stations "installed on it; my suggestion is to uninstall this application, restart and try again.
For info. I also switched to the 1394 "native" driver for my NEC firewire adapter.
An update happens, I get blue screen every time crashes, System Restore to a previous point, but then wants to redo the updates?
I'm going along in circles
No idea what to do?
Take a look at your first thread on the same topic:
1. my laptop is a Satellite L20-101. It worked fine until yesterday when I reinstalled the system (from recovery cd) after 3 years. I have updated the bios to version 1.70 (drawn from the toshiba site). Devices audio conexant could not be recognized, and if I run the installation of the latest audio drivers (sound-20080604145033), it fixes the problem, but when you restart the system and login as administrator I get a blue screen. Any help pls?
2. given that the LAN card is working, there is a message for the installation of a driver for a network device!
3. when the system starts up, I get an error 0 x 57 for toshiba power saver. Even when I reinstalled ver 7.03.02.I from toshiba Web site the problem remains.
Thanks in advance
About its pilot I n don't know why you're getting a blue screen with the latest version, but I advise to use the preinstalled version of Toshiba recovery disc. So try a point-to-point previous system restore.
Driver LAN and Toshiba Power Saver, you can download from the official site. Relocation of these tools should work!
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