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#1 rfgggg

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 07:41 PM

hey all...once again i got problems...

there i was sitin there and i needed to stop some programs...so what do i do i close out my firefox till it all settles down...well i noticed that the firefox process was still running...so i left it...came back half an hour later and it was still up..so i simple ended the process....now usuall i just end it cause i dont care and it restarts fine but now its saying the the connection is timing out...which is wrong cause with firefox portable it works and a clean install with none of my favorites....now i have a lot of passwords and book marks....i can back up those but theres other stuff that i dont want to lose...any way to fix this like some kinda thig for firefox that goes through and cleans errors?


any help would be great even though this is such a small thing......and i know if all else fails i could manually copy my passwords but i have a LOT of favorites.....

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 07:44 PM

try out chrome. I had really poor performance from firefox and chrome is great, it imports your bookmarks and such during setup.

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 07:52 PM

well i fixed it...just needed to use mozback up and only my passwords and favorites...been awhile for that one so.....but ya i may as well give chrome a try...




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