Mozilla M13 (downloaded 01-27-2000) crashes under my Win98 (first edition) when trying to launch it. I got it up after the 3rd crash - but after then it crashed again and again after showing: *** Deferring registration of sample JS components *** Registering sample JS components nNCL: registering deferred (0) nNCL: registering deferred (0) And the Windoze error message is as follows: MOZILLA caused an invalid page fault in module NECKO.DLL at 015f:60546877. Registers: EAX=00000000 CS=015f EIP=60546877 EFLGS=00010202 EBX=00000001 SS=0167 ESP=0063f948 EBP=0063f9b0 ECX=0084e940 DS=0167 ESI=0084e940 FS=4527 EDX=8166951c ES=0167 EDI=8007000e GS=0000 Bytes at CS:EIP: 8b 08 ff 51 18 8b f8 8b 46 28 50 8b 08 ff 51 10 Stack dump: 00000000 8007000e 0084e940 60546187 0084e940 00000001 8007000e 0084e940 00765010 60545fa9 0084e940 6054623e 00000001 80000000 0063fa14 60c2d32a I configured the proxy while the one and only run but I deleted the mozregistry.dat so it shouldn't find the profile with the configuration. Under Windows NT4.0 it worked fine with Proxy-settings and all those other stuff. No startup-crash there!
Adding "crash" keyword to all known open crasher bugs.
gordon: is this a dup of your bug?
this doesn't sound like a dupe of 23709 because all of those are on win95 with a (probably) winsock related crash. This is on win98. I haven't heard anyone else having the necko.dll crash on win98.
bug seems to affect m13 -> build of feb - 05 - 2000 all *non installer* versions will crash and burn with the error codes previously displayed the POST m13 installer versions will die after creating the directory and the plugins sub dir the m13 installer though... it will install successfully - which will then allow all versions of mozilla m13 -> build of feb - 05 - 2000 to work just fine but there is a side effect to doing this installing M13 causes paintshop pro6 and zone alarm (www.zonelabs.com) to cease to function - they now become the ones that crash-and-burn, in zone alarm's case, it also causes windows itself to have explorer errors fixing them causes mozilla to revert to it's DOA condition I have eliminated mfc42.dll and msvcrt.dll from the list of suspected altered-files - it also is not related to winsock after I have fixed PSP/etc this is what m13 will display in console bfore dying nNCL: registering deferred (0) that one line only
I agree, this doesn't look like 23709. Is there a stack trace, or a Full Circle incident report?
Windows error details dump when trying to load/run feb-05-2000 version: MOZILLA caused an invalid page fault in module NECKO.DLL at 015f:6055896f. Registers: EAX=00000000 CS=015f EIP=6055896f EFLGS=00010202 EBX=00000001 SS=0167 ESP=0068f90c EBP=0068f974 ECX=008a5060 DS=0167 ESI=008a5060 FS=6477 EDX=815d9c84 ES=0167 EDI=8007000e GS=647e Bytes at CS:EIP: 8b 08 ff 51 18 8b f8 8b 46 28 50 8b 08 ff 51 10 Stack dump: 00000000 8007000e 008a5060 60558348 008a5060 00000001 8007000e 008a5060 007b4d50 6055816a 008a5060 605583ff 00000001 80000000 0068f9d8 60c4f67b as for a full circle report - I don't think mozilla is getting far enough to be able to provide one of those - but as I don't have the full circle version I can't confirm that - I will try that within the day though
If somebody can tell me how to manually obtain a full circle report, I could do it. But Mozilla does not call talkback.exe .....
This bug was originally assigned the networking component. Now it is in browser general. I would think a necko.dll crash would stay networking component.
I have Win98 SE and am experiencing this Necko.dll problem. I can reproduce it using the FullCircle version (as well as the regular version), but I am quite sure that FullCircle is not alive by the point this crash happens. Here is what's disturbing: after initially experiencing this crash, I downloaded the M13 installer. During install I received an error with Necko.dll. I'm not sure exactly what that implies.
We tried to reproduce this with the M13 build, the build from 2/10/2000, and the tip, but we haven't seen any problem. We have Win98 SE 4.10.2222 A. Is anyone still experiencing this crash? Is it with local builds or installer builds? Were there problems during installation? Does it happen even if the mozregistry.dat and component files are deleted?
I have Win 98 4.10.1998. A friend's Mozilla (M13) also doesn't run after he had installed some programs (but he doesn't know which causes the problem). We're both using the non-installer FullCircle-version (but FullCircle isn't active at the moment of the crash). And deleting mozregistry.dat and those files does not help.
We cannot reproduce this bug in house. Marking WorksForMe. Please go get latest daily build at: ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/nightly/latest/