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A possible script error?

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I'm using Netscape 8.1 for reference.

For some reason when I'm using Netscape and am just doing whatever, out of nowhere a pop-up will come up and say "Netscape has stopped working" and then I will have to close it. I'll open it back up and things'll work fine for a while longer but it has been doing it a lot lately. Also, I don't know why, but sometimes the buttons will become unclickable (even the down arrow to look through addresses that I've visited) and if I type in a link in the address bar it will just sit there and load. No buttons, tabs, anything is clickable. Could this be a possible script error or something? Does anyone have any advice please?
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