Okay, just wanting to check in here with a brief report...
Resetting Firefox did not work. Uninstalling and then reinstalling Firefox did not work (although, I have to wonder if that has something to do with the fact that I used FEBE to save all extensions and settings). GOM Player is also continuing to behave in the same way, and as with Firefox, uninstalling and reinstalling has no effect.
Furthermore, Windows Explorer - randomly and with no apparent cause - stops running, and has to restart itself. All that I could find about this issue is that usually it has something to do with right-clicking on something. This is not the case with me. I can simply be reading a web page, not clicking anything, and Windows Explorer will crash and restart itself.
Please, in the name of all that is holy, don't tell me that I'm going to have to do a wipe of my system drive and reinstall Windows 7. I have so much frakkin' stuff on here, it will take me a week to reinstall everything...
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