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BSOD in Firefox browsing mode

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Smartguy01, Oct 15, 2008.

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  1. Smartguy01

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    Hello, everyone

    Recently i updated my Mozilla Firefox from version 2 to 3.0.3 (the newest :)). And i got a windows vista add-on theme. I'm running Windows 2000 Prof. SP 4 :rolleyes:. A few times I got the BSOD while i was opening a page what i was weiwing a few minutes ago and everything was allright, and so randomly with random pages, so i don't think the problem is in websites. The BSOD say STOP (and then bunch of numebrs which i don't thik are important here) driver irql not less or equal and most interesting modname: afd.sys which is so far as I know a service pack driver file, right? So what should I do or not do to evade this BSOD or rule with them? Any ideas? Oh and i forgot to mention that the BSOD appeared while i had my AdBlockPlus (add-on with mozilla firefox) disabled, so I enabled it now, will tell you what will happen when it does ;). Should I downgrade to mozilla firefox version 2? OR WHAT??? Oh and i expirienced many times in last few moths BSOD before starting up desktop, it say irql not less or equal modname:ntoskernel.exe. That is pretty anoying because when it saves dump then it restarts after that and I need to wait a loooong time every startup, because I run ESET Smart Security, KPF 4, and a bunch of other things at startup, so every startup i wait aprox. 2 :mad::mad: minutes. Please help, Smartguy01
     
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