Firefox Unresponsive Script Warning message

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Firefox Unresponsive Script.

I encountered this warning message from Firefox before. Every day, during my browsing activity, the warning message shows always. But as the days pass by, the warning message stops appearing. I got this warning message before because I didn’t shut down my Firefox browser properly.

Yesterday, it started to appear again. I have just visited my favorite site I know the problem does not come from the site since I am visiting the site regularly and this problem doesn’t happen to my computer. I think the problem lies in my Firefox browser. I just don't know how to figure it out.

Warning: Unresponsive script

A script on this page may be busy, or it may have stopped responding. You can stop the script now,

or you can continue to see if the script will complete.

                                       Stop script     Continue

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Answered By 0 points N/A #101747

Firefox Unresponsive Script Warning message


This error tells you that the Firefox notices that a JavaScript is maybe out of its control or starting to hang or stop. The script could be in Firefox (your version may not be the latest), the website you are trying to access, or the extensions that you have installed in your Firefox.

First, try to find out what is the version of your Firefox. If it is not the latest, download and install the latest version.

Second, try to visit other websites (from the website that you've received this warning), when you didn't see this warning if you open another website, the problem is on the website that you tried to access.

Third, try to find what extension in your Firefox that caused the problem. You can find it on the "add-ons manager".

Remove the extensions that you are not using most of the time and set the Firefox theme to its default.

Hope this will help you.

Answered By 0 points N/A #101749

Firefox Unresponsive Script Warning message


The problems more likely came from the website that you visited. More chase is same problems with the overload script from website that have too much scripting, like website with animation from jQuery or Flash. This problem came from the website it self. To handle this on client side you must have bigger RAM pool. You don't have any choice because the script came from the site, unless the developer of website reduces the stackable function that eats your memory on their script.

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