BlueScreen OS Version

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My browser of choice is Firefox. The new version crashes every time I open it. I am a Windows 7 Professional user. I see a message BlueScreen OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48 Locale ID 1033 when Windows repairs so it can open Windows. I see a crash message before that which says to disable Cache and/or Shadowing. I've tried disabling Cache (internal and external) in BIOS. That did not help. I really don't want to have to begin using IE or Google Chrome or Bing. Can anyone suggest a fix for Firefox on Windows 7? Any help will be appreciated.
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  1. Seamonkey (new and updated Netscape) for browsers, IE is just slow, Chrome is "Cloud", spyware, cement technology and unacceptable to me with almost NO configurable options. I had the same thing happen to Seamonkey in XP, Mozilla still has problems with Java version 7. Try rolling back Java. Microsoft made Silverlight as their own version of Java. I would suggest Opera if it wasn't buggy on certain websites.
  2. Carol286 said:
    Hello,
    My browser of choice is Firefox. The new version crashes every time I open it. I am a Windows 7 Professional user. I see a message BlueScreen OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48 Locale ID 1033 when Windows repairs so it can open Windows. I see a crash message before that which says to disable Cache and/or Shadowing. I've tried disabling Cache (internal and external) in BIOS. That did not help. I really don't want to have to begin using IE or Google Chrome or Bing. Can anyone suggest a fix for Firefox on Windows 7? Any help will be appreciated.

    Firefox is not the problem. I have window 7 professional. my computer keeps crashing too. I get the same error code, but i use Google chrome. i need to know how to fix this problem as well.
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