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I have a question I hope someone can help with. After I use
Netscape, when I close and start another app, I get application error 3,
and the appp quits. Also happens if I use another app, then try to open
Netscape. Then when I try to restart, the big freeze. I'm thinking its either a
software conflict, or somethings buggy with the memory situation, and
the memory isn't being given back after I quit an app. any help would be
greatly appreciated.
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paulvaneykelen earned 100 total points
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Try using Netscape Defrost an extension that solves the various crashing issues with Netscape (you can get it from www.download.com)
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by:chifunk
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i've used defrost before, but would rather try and find the source of the problem and fix that. Thanks, though
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by:paulvaneykelen
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Delete Netscape and it's pref files and reinstall Netscape.
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by:chifunk
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Thanks. I'll try that. I was also told to delete the Finder prefs and rebuild the desk top.
 Thanks agian for the help!
 chifunk
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