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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by dlads, Nov 8, 2007.

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    Hi everyone this is my first post so hope someone can help me, :) ok here goes everytime i try to go on certain sites with my girlfriends pc, (its the only one online until i move my pc down here with a router) it just simply wont have them, it comes up with an error which is "Firefox.exe has generated errors and needs to be closed by windows. You may have to restart the program. an error log has been created". that is it, it happens on websites which you exchange with a lot like booking coach tickets online or downloading arcade roms but some others it doesnt, yahoo pool for example works perfect, its quite annoying and this happens with IE 6 and netscape and also firefox, personally id put the whole pc in the bin but she seems to like it, i said id have a go at fixing it while shes in work so here i am, there are a few problems with upgrading this piece of **** firstly its a piece of **** and everything is slow so XP will not be possible get the picture, heres the specs hope someone can help.
    Thanx.

    Win 2000 Pro sp4
    Intel P2 mmx (2 cpus) 230mhz
    228 meg sd ram
    (lol you'll love this next one)
    Matrox millenium PCI 2MB graphics
    9 gig HD
    not sure on the cooling or the power supply and i dont really care ive already wasted enough time on this antique, someone help please, apparently im not the only person with this problem, i checked a few other sites out first. Thanx again.:)
     
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