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Every time I start Secondlife it pops up saying that it "crashed" somehow.


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Here's LL's advice for dealing with crash logger errors ...

"If Second Life crashes during the loading process, you may be using an uncommon combination of settings that we were unable to test during our quality assurance process. This problem is more common in beta and Project Viewers than in released Viewers.

To restore your default settings without reinstalling Second Life, move all of your existing settings files to a different, temporary directory. Next time Second Life starts, it will create a new, default set of settings files. Get help finding your user settings.

If restoring your default settings fixes your problem, please file a bug report in the Public Issue Tracker and attach your original settings files (the ones you saved in a temporary directory) so we can analyze them and solve the problem for future Residents.

If this still doesn't solve your problem, some bad cache files might be causing the crash logger itself to crash. Try clearing out your cache files, uninstalling Second Life, and reinstalling."

Before you try that, though, try something easier...... clear your cache manually (following the instructions in that last link, above) and then shut down your computer, reboot, and log in to SL in a nice quiet place like the Pooley or Smith sims, where there is no lag.  Sometimes that's all it will take.



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Here's LL's advice for dealing with crash logger errors ...

"If Second Life crashes during the loading process, you may be using an uncommon combination of settings that we were unable to test during our quality assurance process. This problem is more common in beta and Project Viewers than in released Viewers.

To restore your default settings without reinstalling Second Life, move all of your existing settings files to a different, temporary directory. Next time Second Life starts, it will create a new, default set of settings files. Get help finding your user settings.

If restoring your default settings fixes your problem, please file a bug report in the Public Issue Tracker and attach your original settings files (the ones you saved in a temporary directory) so we can analyze them and solve the problem for future Residents.

If this still doesn't solve your problem, some bad cache files might be causing the crash logger itself to crash. Try clearing out your cache files, uninstalling Second Life, and reinstalling."

Before you try that, though, try something easier...... clear your cache manually (following the instructions in that last link, above) and then shut down your computer, reboot, and log in to SL in a nice quiet place like the Pooley or Smith sims, where there is no lag.  Sometimes that's all it will take.



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