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Firefox hangs when I use Google


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TheHanna

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Basically, what happens is, I will try to search for something via Google on my homepage, or on the toolbar in Firefox, and the browsers just locks up. The only thing I can do is close it.

Is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening? It happens anytime I use Google, and it's really, really frustrating.
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Have you tried using a different browser like internet explorer or opera? :tazz:
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Also make sure that you have the latest version of FireFox 1.07. Download It Here
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I'm running on Firefox 1.0.7, but it started doing this even before I installed the update. I just removed a couple of trojans from my PC, so that may have something to do with it. IE works fine with it, but frankly I hate using it. I've never used Opera. However, I have tried Netscape Navigator, and that seems to work fine. Maybe I'll just do a straight reinstall.

Edited by TheHanna, 03 October 2005 - 02:17 PM.

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