The Opera for Windows is Crashing Topic
smarandan last edited by
Since the last update a few days ago, Opera keeps crashing every day. Then reloads slowly without my previous tabs. Very annoying. I was using Opera mainly for its stability. Good bye.
Renny08Dammy last edited by
Hi, I just installed Opera, and when I try to open it crash for no reason. Can you help me? Thanks.
leocg Moderator Volunteer last edited by
MrPHOBOS last edited by leocg
Guaranteed crash of Opera on windows in three simple steps
Delete everything after .com
viktor-2018 last edited by
Greetings to all
In general, the situation is as follows
Lots of tabs open
opened it before, no problems.
and once again I open the opera and it does not work as it should
it opens then freezes literally 10 seconds after launch and tightly
opening opera crash reporter in task manager
and then everything hangs tightly all day
I'm thinking how can I save open tabs in opera
or how to save a tabbed session
it will be very sad if I lose my open tabs in opera
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by burnout426
Opened tabs and recently-closed tabs are stored in the "Sessions" folder in the profile folder. "C:\Users\yourusername\AppData\Roaming\Opera Software\Opera Stable\Sessions" for example.
As long as those session files in the Sessions folder are still good and not corrupted, you can copy them to a safe place. Then, you can rename the "Opera Stable" folder to start with a new profile to see if Opera starts and doesn't crash right away. If so, you can close Opera, delete the existing session files in the Sessions folder in that new profile, and copy and paste your backups there. Then, when you start Opera the next time, hopefully (no guarantee), your opened tabs will be there.
For passwords, you can back up the "Local State" and "Login Data" files and use copies of those backups to replace the ones in the new profile.
For bookmarks, you can back up the "Bookmarks" and "BookmarksExtras" files and use copies of those backups to replace the ones in the new profile.
Now, if Opera still crashes with a new profile, you'll need to uninstall Opera and reinstall. There's a new update out that might fix the crashes.
If Opera still crashes like crazy, it might be something on your system that causing issues (like your GPU or GPU driver). If you can get a crash ID with the new update of Opera Stable, that might help.
steaua10 last edited by
After latest updates (January-February) Opera has become more unstable in low-RAM machines. I get crashes very often, almost in each session. A part of crashes are also losing the current session and I have to restore it manually from folder.
I am thinking about a downgrade now.
Laylyiet last edited by
After atualization (99.0.4788.24), Opera have too many crashes...
USAisbetter last edited by
my opera gx goes error code: (0xc0000022)