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[quote=D_S] Thank you guys for all replies. Re: [b]Firewall[/b] I use only 1 firewall: linux-based home network computer as a router (on top of my DSL modem/router, which is also additionally set to block ports, addresses etc). I am sure my firewall is set up correctly. I don't use any extra "software" firewalls, Windows NT4 and Windows 2000 don't have any, Windows XP's build-in fwall is disabled since my "hardware" firewall is sufficient enough there is no need to add any extra per-machine software fwalls. Re: [b]antivirus[/b] All my Windows machines have Eset NOD32 antivirus software, all updated. All of them run full scan every day (not only for viruses but also for trojans, spyware and everything else available in NOD32; in exceptions I have only few softwares that NOD32 detected as "potential risk", like mIRC on one of the machines etc. Certainly none of is any real threat). Re: [b]access / user rights[/b] I thought about it too (although I don't know why it would be a problem now, since I'm using K-Meleon for more than 5 years and before version 1.5.3 I have never seen this XPCOM problem). At first I have changed entire K-Meleon's folder and files to a full access for all Users. It didn't help. I have just recently changed permission to full for Everyone, it didn't help either. but I have just think of something else. I was helping friend to set up W2K with problematic Exact Audio Copy installation where it crashed whenever she wanted to write cd image file with this app, and I found her windows didn't allow acces to burning nor creation of new registry keys for users with priviledge below Power User, which both caused the problem of not saving settings and crtashing when trying to burn. Is this XPCOM thingy by any chance trying/creating new registry keys at some point? Because IIRC the default settings of NT-based windozes doesn't allow creation of new reg keys in registry by non-Admin non-PU users, and that could be the reason? (but again - I don't understand why I didn't this problem with K-M 1.5.2 or older) I'm just baffled by this. From "K-Meleon's perspective" it's not any big problem (all it takes is click OK on error msg, nothing is crashed, lost etc), it is just annoying (also had to disable session saver because it always thinks that K-M crashed because of that). What I'm worry is lost ability to log off for users. And I have check is it K-Meleon's XPCOM problem related in very simple way: after reboot I didn't "touch" K-Meleon at all and user can log off normally. But as soon as I use K-M and the XPCOM error appears, this user can't log off anymore (not in normal ways, gotta use force logoff application mentioned before). I know it may not be K-M related problem at all, but the fact that only those machine that have K-M installed on my 2000/XP machines have this logoff problem (and XPCOM problem) logically suggests it must be somewhat related to my K-M installation, right?[/quote]
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