Have you made any unusual changes to security settings? Were you able to submit a talkback report? (See http://mozilla.org/releases/ ) Changing to PSM due to crash in SOFTOKN3.DLL
I don't think I have made any changes to security settings. However, I *have* made gobs of changes since this problem began. Originally, I was running a 0.9 version on both PC and laptop and it connected to my email at my home network IMAP server which gathered all my email via fetchmail. We moved to a remote location and no longer had DSL, so I could not access my IMAP server away from home, so I changed Mozilla to POP all my accounts directly. In the process of doing so, I also upgraded both machines to 1.0. Then I wrote DOS batch files that copied my profile from one box to the other. Then I spent a week discovering all the files that ought not be copied for this to work properly. ;) So I rewrote the batch files to only copy mail and news folder, bookmarks, calendar ics files, the .w and .s files and a few other things. Having finally gotten all of this straightened out, I spent most of today trying to figure out why Mozilla 1.0 on my PC kept crashing when I submitted forms. Came into the office with my laptop and downloaded 1.1 and installed it and discovered it is doing the same thing here. I have made so MANY changes, it's difficult to pinpoint anything in particular. However, I just reviewed everything under Privacy and Security, Advanced and Debugging in Preferences on my laptop. Other than things that weren't there in the version 0.9 Mozilla, everything looks the same as I originally set it. I've searched the web, Usenet and Bugzilla for this problem (via IE, I can't even Google with Mozilla) and only found very old problems with form submission, none of which made the whole application crash the way I am seeing. After attempting to find any info on this, I finally let *one* instance of the talkback report go tonight.
I fixed this myself. Since Dave indicated that SOFTOKN3.DLL had to do with the security stuff, I renamed my .w and .s files in my profile by adding a .bak extension and reopened Mozilla. It's working fine now (except that I had to re- enter all my passwords, of course). I have the original .w and .s files if anyone wants them to see what happened (I have no idea how to attach files in bugzilla, sorry am new to it). Email me at email@example.com if needed. I expect the files themselves are useless though, I'd be willing to bet that the pref.js or some other file has hard-coded the filenames or encryption key or such - that these are files I *cannot* copy from one machine to another and have Mozilla work properly.