[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 14539] Safari randomly can't load pages anymore

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Thu Jul 12 11:58:28 PDT 2007


http://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=14539





------- Comment #22 from y.kalter at home.nl  2007-07-12 11:58 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #21)
> (In reply to comment #20)
> > I completely reinstalled my MacBook with Mac OS X 10.4.9 again today and
> > installed no program after that to see if a 3rd party application was causing
> > problems. But within 5 minutes of usage the problem occured again.
> > 
> > Thought i'd let you know.
> 
> I'm running short on ideas for things to try next.
> 
> You said that if you use a wired connection, this NEVER happens?
> 
> Most routers (wireless or otherwise) have firmware updates available.  Have you
> tried going to the vendor's web site to check for a firmware update?  If there
> is one, you might consider installing it to see if that fixes the issue.
> 
I'm pretty sure it doesn't happen on a wired connection, as I have found a way
to reproduce the problem, well for the most part. It occurs mostly when I empty
Safari's cache, open the follwing URL
http://gathering.tweakers.net/forum/list_messages/1224245/?limit=999 and let it
load. Sometimes it won't hang, but most of the time it will. On which
percentage is different. If I do the same in Camino it works great, except that
it says that a script stopped responding. In Safari, this problem does not only
occur on the website, sometimes it does the same at other websites with a
decent amount of images. Sometimes even before an image is loaded.

My router is updated with the latest firmware update from Linksys, also tried a
custom Tomato firmware. I may buy an Airport Extreme if that could fix the
problem, but I read someone with that router has the same problem, so I don't
know if I should buy that expensive (for me though) router.

Did the Safari Sample file show anything?

Thanks for yout help, I really appreciate it. 


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