As a student, i'm frequently download journals from sites like proquest, science direct, etc. Of course, most of these journal are in PDF format.
But lately, i've got frequent crash on my firefox plug-in. The problem is, the firefox itself didn't get over-memory case. But when i opened a single pdf document ( even if it only had 2-3 pages) it frequently crash.
I've tried reinstall both plug-in and the firefox and i didn;t get any success with this one (-_-")
The second problem, it takes FOREVER to loads up pdf with more than 10 pages. And i'm quite sure it's not my internet connection, because when i downloaded it , the document got only 3-4 seconds
but if i tried to view it live, it takes more than 5 minutes with failed chance until 40% (it's just crash)
sometimes i just download it directly but it takes my HDD. I actually prefer to live view it, and if decided i need it i'll download it.
are there any hotfix/ setting that i could alter?
Sincerely, Dieto Armand
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What is your operating system?
What is your Firefox version?
What is your Reader version?
I have just tried to load an online PDF on Firefox 3.6 with Reader 10.1: http://www.adobe.com/products/eulas/pdfs/PlatformClients_PC_WWEULA-MULTI-20110809_1357.pdf - it took about 10 seconds to completely load and display. (The doc has more than 300 pages.)
windows 7 enterprise
adobe reader plugin 10.1.1.33
i have deadlines in 1 weeks and if i could browse the journal ( pdf) in my firefox tab it will be very helpfull