Posted 25 July 2006 - 02:04 PM
Do you have this same problem with Internet Explorer?
If it's just Firefox causing problems, I'd try a simple uninstall/reinstall.
You won't loose any of your settings, or bookmarks.
Those are stored in a different folder, that isn't removed with a simple uninstall.
Delete Firefox using Add or Remove Programs.
Go to C: / Program Files, and delete the Mozilla Firefox folder.
Download a fresh copy of Firefox.
Now, reinstall Firefox.
If that doesn't work, the only other thing I can think of, would be a complete uninstall/reinstall.
Let me know if the above doesn't work, and I'll post the instructions.
It a little more involved, but easy.
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