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I am not sure where to take this.  I have reloaded comcast Infinity and Firefox multiple times.  I also upgraded to Windows 10, but this was happening before.  I keep getting shut down or notified about a "debugger" issue.  and there is a box that appears that has three choices, Debug, continue, or cancel.  If I cancel, the screen freezes.  If I continue, everything runs for 5 minutes and then it does it again.  If I open the debugger, It is all a bunch of computer stuff that I have no idea what to do with.  Most times I have to open the task manager and end Firefox and come back in again.  The debugger says http://oascentral.comcast.net/...c=1&cmcsa300tab=1&cmsa250bt=1&:0.  Does anyone know what the heck this is and how to fix it. Thanks

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cerins10812 wrote:

I am not sure where to take this.  I have reloaded comcast Infinity and Firefox multiple times.  I also upgraded to Windows 10, but this was happening before.  I keep getting shut down or notified about a "debugger" issue.  and there is a box that appears that has three choices, Debug, continue, or cancel.  If I cancel, the screen freezes.  If I continue, everything runs for 5 minutes and then it does it again.  If I open the debugger, It is all a bunch of computer stuff that I have no idea what to do with.  Most times I have to open the task manager and end Firefox and come back in again.  The debugger says http://oascentral.comcast.net/...c=1&cmcsa300tab=1&cmsa250bt=1&:0.  Does anyone know what the heck this is and how to fix it. Thanks


You have an error that is stopping your Firefox from running....  You will be better served by looking to Firefox and/or Microsoft for this issue.  In the mean time, have you tried using IE11, EDGE or CHROME as your browser?


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Yes, but we like Firefox.  I hear it maybe not compatible with WIN 10.  Ugh

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