Safari issues?

Discussion in 'macOS' started by eliotschreiner, Feb 10, 2008.

  1. eliotschreiner macrumors member

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    Safari has been locking up way too often lately. If I try to load too much at once it will freeze and I have to force quit.

    Has anyone else had this issue at all?
     
  2. eliotschreiner thread starter macrumors member

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  3. scaredpoet macrumors 604

    scaredpoet

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    I have safari running on 5 Macs. No freezes or force-quits.

    Can you give us an idea of your Mac's hardware specs? Does it happen when looking at specific websites?
     
  4. keldprof macrumors newbie

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    Safari has been quitting unexpectedly a lot on my eMac 1.25 OS X Tiger lately. I've also had some "freezes" - or never ending turning beach ball - if I try to load too much at once.
    I've installed all software updates, but I can't remember if the problem did occur after one of these....
     
  5. samh004 macrumors 68020

    samh004

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    I accidentally loaded all my bookmarks this morning, I don't have tons (say 100), but it didn't crash.

    I experience crashes on flash game sites usually. I attribute that to flash though, not Safari.
     
  6. .adam macrumors regular

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    Use the latest Webkit. Snappy, snappy snappy... oi oi oi!
     
  7. samh004 macrumors 68020

    samh004

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    Coming back to this, since updating to 10.5.2 some flash content crashes Safari, and other stuff doesn't, but for the most part my browser stops responding.

    I've had to force quit Safari 10+ times today, something in that update serious screwed it all up.

    And yes, I've repaired disk permissions.
     
  8. clevin macrumors G3

    clevin

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    try reset safari, also somebody mentioned that plugins might be the cause.
     

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