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Generally speaking, Netscape 3.0 gives you a bomb error 11 after a while of surfing, NO MATTER WHAT mac you use it on with no matter what system 7 version installed. You can help yourself by increasing Netscapes memory, which allows you to surf longer but again it will crash after a while longer, hence only prolonging the act. Id like to get rid of the problem alltogether as I surf often and long.
I hate Netscape 4 as its slow, so Id like to fix this.
Anyone know the real answer patch/bug fix/twiddle?
Netscape as usual thanks one for the input and never sends any responses. I have now seen and tried this on at least 10 Macs from Apples to Umax to PowerComputings, all with different systems, all give the same result and yes, I have run different netscape installers, so this is deffo a bug.
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OK this isn't an explanination or a fix but it's a workaround:

I have exactly the same problem, on system 7.5.5 by the way, and when Netscape 3 gives me that error, I just do Command-Power Key and type G FINDER into the box.

Netscape quits and I return to the Finder and all is well, even to the extent that I just launch it again and continue to surf. Normally after any type of Force Quit you'll want to restart, but I figured what the hell, as long as the PPP connection was still running, I might as well try.

I've survived maybe three or four of these crashes in one session of surfing using this method...
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unfortunately my powercomputing 150, doesnt allow me to reboot softly like that when it happens..
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