Safari crashed twice while reading Google News. First I thought it was cable since I have been having problems this week, having to reboot it like 3 times a day - So I rebooted the modem twice after each Safari crash. Then Safari started to crash at launch after the 2nd modem reboot.
Humm I then launched FF - no problems <-- Okay so its not the cable. So I ran disk utility, rebooted and then installed the latest Safari update, seems to be okay for now.
Might have been a cache issue. Safari clears it when you upgrade it. Is your Flash software up to date?
You can go to users/you/Library/Logs/CrashReporter and open the Safari crash logs to maybe see what caused it. It will tell what thread crashed, and if you go to that thread the first line or two of the report may give a clue.
Or you can just keep running it and see if it does it again.
Loc: Petaluma, CA
PowerMac G5 1.8 dual. The latest versions of Safari crashes on me all the time if I make to many Tabs. Or if I use Google images. Or if I click on a reference link. I have a pretty good ISP, so I can't blame them. But I do crash Safari more than I would like.
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