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Xpcom Troubles

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#1 gmancal


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Posted 20 December 2007 - 12:22 AM

Alright, heres my problem (I apologize if my post isn't in a correct standard of some sort, this is my first on this site):

For the past couple months I've been having major problems with the internet on my computer. This is the normal scenario of my problem. I will start watching a video on youtube, I could usually get through one video, but after that my internet would freeze. To be able to watch any more videos I would end up having to restart my computer. This is when I noticed that sometimes as my computer was shutting down, an "end program" box would pop up with the title looking something like: "Xpcom: Events Receiver." I would just click "end task" and let my computer shut down and I have been continuing this process for some time now. It wasn't until I saw a post on another forums site of a person with the same problem as me that I even had a remote idea of where to look for an answer to my problem. The user on the other forums website directed me to this site saying this is where he/she got his/her help.

I would appreciate any help on this matter, and I will gladly answer any questions to make my situation more clear (this includes running tests with various programs, etc.)

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