When clicking on the link to www.mp3.com/stev on the page http://parsec.org/download.html -- upon loading, the mp3.com page has no scroll bar even though it is apparent that more information lies below the bottom of the browser window. Right click on screen, reload brings the page back with a scroll bar, but causes an invalid page fault. Load the page by itself (not through a link) and the page has a scroll bar, but right click/reload causes the same crash to occur. Using Mozilla/m14 talkback release MOZILLA caused an invalid page fault in module GKHTML.DLL at 015f:028f97ed.
Found that any page on mp3.com will cause the crash. Tried to reproduce the crash on other sites (including yahoo.com and parsec.org) but was unsuccessfull. It appears as though this phenomenon applies to mp3.com pages somewhat uniquely.
Also found that slashdot.org will cause the crash as will www.uri.edu/mrtg/jvnc.html VisualC shows the following for the crashes: "Unhandled exception error in mozilla.exe (gkhtml.dll) at location 0xC00000005: Access violation Writing past the bounds of an array? Writing to unallocated memory? An assembly dump/trace makes it look like a call to a function pointer that does not exist is made. Assembly instruction "call DWORD PTR [eax+14h]" where eax is equal to 0x0. Jump to location 0x14, and no instructions exist. This seems consistant between executions/traces.
Attempted to reload the same pages in Mozilla M14/Talkback release for Linux (Linux 2.2.5-15 #1 Mon Apr 19 23:00:46 EDT 1999 i686 unknown). Resulted in the same crashes as reported before under Windows. There were no errors in the console window: Going to reload Document http://www.uri.edu/mrtg/jvnc.html loaded successfully Document: Done (0.793 secs)
reporter - please delete all mozilla related files (also profile), try again.
I don't see a crash with Linux build 2000.03.08.09. Some bugs with similar symptoms were recently fixed. Can you try a current build?
Can not reproduce it with build 2000030808 on windows 2000.
Cannot reproduce using 2000030808 Win95. If the reporter (or anyone else) can't confirm this with a nightly on Win98 within a week, let's WORKSFORME this one. There seem to be a lot of Crash bugs logged against M14 - did something nasty slip in, I wonder? Gerv
Marking worksforme. Reporter - if you get a new nightly or m14 and this still happens, please reopen. thanks
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
verifed works for me 3/31/00 win95 build reporter has not reopened yet.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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