Google Toolbar just crashed my IE also ( I say google because I was typing in the bar when it crashed ;) . XP & IE 6.0
Interesting I get a LOT of crashes as well though I just always attirbuted it to bad surfing habits ... multiple windows open, google toolbar, alexa toolbar etc ...
Hmm. Can't hurt to try uninstalling it and then installing the latest version?
1.1.69 is the current version. Uninstalling now and re-installing for giggles. /me watches new brotherly love watch over him.
Uninstalled, closed all browsers went to install advanced. Upon installation screen the browser crashed. (the greenbar on the install page went all the way except the last notch and locked up)
Forced the browser to close and there it was 1.1.70
Tried to do the install 2 times without crashing my browser but no luck. However now the error where PR and Directory were transfered from one site to another is fixed.
I run the same and never had a crash. Well, I do crash after days and days but nothing abbienormal.
But uninstalling and reinstalling will prove a pleasant diversion so what the heck?
I had tried to install the beta version 7 of the Alexa toolbar and it crashed my IR 6 to the point that I had to uninstall from control panel.
For some reason IE crashes allot for me as well. As a sidenote, I like to keep the IE button on the left. If you crash and get the error message, click your IE shortcut and open a new window before you click on the error message and the new IE button will stay on the left, as the old (crashed) ie window closes.
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Well, I now have the latest version of the toolbar and installation went smoothly. Hopefully, this solves the problem...if I get a crash again, I'll report back.
The great Googleguy himself personally answered my thread...I feel special:.)
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Sure enough, it did it again (while reading through Webmaster World). What now Googleguy?
Here is the exact error message:
Thank you for submitting an error report. The Online Crash Analysis service has processed and analyzed this report and has determined that this crash event was likely caused by:
Google™ is the manufacturer. Unfortunately, Microsoft cannot provide you with specific information about how to resolve this problem at this time. For more information, see Services and Support at the Google™ Web site at [google.com...]
Check your IE you may want to download the "newer" version from service pack 1 and then download the Google Toolbar. If you haven't done that already which I suspect you have since Service Pack 1 came out in September last year.
and this is the microsoft message
I've been dealing with the same - am afraid to use the Google Toolbar at the moment. It seems to be fairly stable for a few hours after a restart though.
I have done two uninstall/reinstalls and still getting hit.