Opera crashing in Windows 10
lilburne last edited by
I've just upgraded my PC from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and when I open any webpage in my Opera browser (Opera 30) the page just crashes. I have uninstalled and reinstalled Opera but the problem remains. I don't have the same problem using other non Microsoft browsers (Epic Privacy Browser, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox) I have used in Windows 10. Am I the only Opera user with this problem? Is there any way I can solve this problem?
codereaders last edited by
Are you using the 32bit version or the 64 bit version of Opera?
I haven't had any problems (Win 8, Win 8.1, Win 10 Preview, Win 10 stable).
A Former User last edited by
I don't have any problems on Windows 10 64-bit either.
Does the Speed Dial load? Can you access the Settings page?
A few suggestions:
- What are your anti-virus/security app(s) and can you try disabling them to test?
- Check your plug-ins in opera:plugins page, disable all to test.
- Update the graphics driver.
cemegomad last edited by
I'm having more and more frequent issues with opera for windows everyday. (64 bit - windows 10)
I've been an avid opera user on android phone and windows since 1999. This is breaking my heart.
Lately, Opera will just crash with no messages and restart everything (reload tabs etc).
NOW, it seems that drop downs on web pages dont work anymore (are these java?)... dropdowns like when you mouse over some image'd button and a menu rolls out. It just occurred to me while typing that this could be a Flash update issue, but I thought Opera just took care of that stuff with version updates (unless everything is html 5 now or some stuff like that. I cant' keep up).
lando242 last edited by
Okay, so that we don't duplicate effort what steps have you taken to try and fix the issue?
marojejy last edited by
Same for me. Since I updated to Windows 10 (which is running fine by the way), Opera seems to struggle one some pages, I don't know what it involves exactly, maybe Flash, maybe some extensions.
Opera crashes and I have to kill it, otherwise it's waiting ages and nothing happens.
If anybody has any idea about, glad to listen.
Thanks in advance.
PS : Windows 10-64b, Opera 34.0.2036.25. I7 / 16Go Ram.
ivanm4 last edited by
Same here, for me Opera crashes everyday many times. Like marojejy said, it might be something with Flash since when i try to open a page with some live video player it crashes, but not always its random.
Ive been using Opera for years and never had problems like that until recently.
Im using Windows 10 64-bit
Opera Version: 34.0.2036.41
lando242 last edited by
Try a reinstall.
jaburmester last edited by
I am recently having a similar problem that latest version of Opera (Opera 34.0.2036.47) crashes in Windows 10 64-bit and when I restart Opera all my tabs have disappeared.
I currently have this problem on 2 PC's.
It is really annoying as I love using Opera.
I have reinstalled Opera with no resolution.
Anyone have any suggestions how to resolve issue?
Just so you all know I have Opera to continue from where I left off on startup so should not be loosing tabs after crash.
jaburmester last edited by
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hardon85 last edited by
Same Problem for me, try complete Reinstall Windows 10 64bit, with Win 7 before and Windows 10 Clean, too.
Every Page with Java or Flash crashing after a few Minutes. Try Opera Beta, same Problems.
AMD Radeon R9 390 with latest Stable Crimson Driver
Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit.
Deleted User last edited by
Have been running Win10 with no problems with Opera or anything else since August 2015, but suddenly getting freezes on YouTube after updating Opera to version 34.0.2036.47. Videos play for a while, but consistently end up freezing. YouTube set for HTML5 priority with fallback. YouTube shows compatibility with all formats.
Maxthon 4.48.1000, Palemoon 25.81 x64, IE 11, no problem.
Desktop AMD FX4200, 8G ram, Sapphire HD7730 1G video, Opera 34.0.2036.47.
samfrybyte last edited by
I am having crash issues with latest version 34.0.2036.47 on both a win10 and win7-pro can't seem to open more than one window at a time.
The reinstall recommendation is one I don't understand because if opera is dead I can't download anything and if it isn't it's already up to date. endless circle.
SO there's something wrong with the version sent out and the real question seems to be how long until it is fixed.
merujeiro last edited by
I am having the same problem with the same version of Opera and running Windows 10...
slaifer last edited by
I have the same issue. opening with video links, the browser crashes through!
Examples of video link: google r2.googlevideo .....
Windows 10 X64 + HD4890
rafiki last edited by
Just to add I'm having one or two crashes a day Opera beta 35.0.2066.23. It's not frequent enough or annoying enough to bother trying to remedy but perhaps just worth reporting with all the others.
mostvp last edited by
I have multiple crashes per day as well. I've been using opera for years and I hate to go but this is just absurd. IE in it's worst wasn't this bad.
canadagoose4ever last edited by
Windows 10 and no crashes here.
vlaskov1tz last edited by
Windows Insider build 11102 - same problem.