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I'm using Natscape 3.0
I'm on a Power Computing 150 with 32MB of ram (64MB with Ram Doubler turned on) and I've got a 1.2GB hard drive
I'm using config FreePPP and and have a USR 28.8 modem
I've been using the Web for quite awhile now but have a problem whenever I access some websites (Weather.com and UAL.com being just two examples I get a frozen screen and my mac debugger tells me something about to much Java or something like that. What's up with this ?
Can anyone out there help me?
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This may sound obvious but... Have you tried giving Netscape more memory (like about 20MB). Also, do other sites with Java applets work OK?
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