OK, so my internet box is an Intel G-41 based home brew, still using the IGP. It's running Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit, with 2GB of RAM. After running a few videos and / or having "too many tabs open", Firefox locks up. It really does "black screen", rendering web pages in solid black, despite the page being fully "loaded and locked". Oftentimes, you can get the screen to redraw, simply by running the mouse cursor around it. What I'm guessing is the problem, would be the IGP hogging too much system RAM, causing the video issue, lockup, and oftentimes a full app hang and crash. Closing tabs does help a bit, but when you start to get to that point, only a full exit and restart of the browser cures the issue. (At least until the next time). Way back when, Intel limited the VRAM usage by chipsets such as the 915, to about 224MB. AFAIK, by the time they got to G-41, the limit was closer to 500GB. (AFAIK) So, we get to something over 1+ GB being used by Firefox itself, and that's when the trouble begins. I just ordered one of these new Nvidia GT-710 cheapie Graphics card with 2GBd of RAM to replace the IGP, thereby freeing up maybe an extra 500GB to be used by the browser. Unfortunately, Intel G-41 only has one PCI-E x 8 or 16 rail. Which means I have to yank my beloved Hauppage tuner, (which I really only use as a "TV Guide'), to make room for it. I'm just sort of curious to see how any of you feel about my diagnosis, while we wait for the new part to arrive. So.........whaddyathimk? Anybody?