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Mozilla won't connect but IE will, sparingly!


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#1 Jurassicparkgal

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Posted 10 November 2014 - 07:16 PM

Hi everyone,

So my FF stopped working and I keep getting "Firefox is already running, but is not responding. To open a new window, you must first close the existing FF process, or restart your system" error message.

Someone on another web forum said to click Processing in the Task Manager were I saw firefox.exe and thus deleted it. I am able to open Mozilla but it will not connect at all. Instead I just get a "connecting...." message that goes on forever....Also before I restart I get an END NOW window for NSAppShell ?

Internet Explorer is working sparingly (some sites "Cannot be found/Loaded) which is why I am able to post here via IE only. However it won't let me load popular sites such as Facebook and AOL.

I have Windows XP and my FF is the 33.02 version.

When the window for FF DOES open, it does "Connecting..." forever. Then PC Speed Boost popped up and I Uninstalled that. I also tried to Uninstall Mozilla and reinstall but the same thing is happening.

Please help!

Edited by Jurassicparkgal, 10 November 2014 - 07:53 PM.


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