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Adobe Reader - MozillaZine Knowledge Base
If about:pluginsdoesn't list the Adobe Acrobat plugin, the file that stores plugin information may be damaged. To fix this, close your Mozilla application and delete the file "pluginreg.dat" from the profile folder location (the file will be regenerated). Reopen your Mozilla application and recheck the about:plugins list.
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That is excellent advice for troubleshooting problematic addons, tork. Good job.
I also believe greystroke's problem with Firefox not closing correctly is directly caused by an addon. I had this problem with the Ghostery addon. It pissed me off for about a month, then I finally figured it out.
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Posted 12 April 2010 - 08:45 AM
tork, thank you. It worked!
Now please take a look at my other problem. On March 28th I posted "Firefox will not open".
Many viewers, no answers.
In order to open Firefox I must do one of two things first:
1. Restart the pc.
2. Go to task manager and find firefox, then click end processes.
I have to do this each time, no matter if I wait 15 minutes of 3 hours for firefox to properly close down. Any ideas?
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