No other recommmendations, but assuming you're on windows... and being
sure to double check my pathnames since I'm not checking them...
Dig through C:\Documents and Settings\username\Application
Data\Mozilla.... and find your bookmarks.html file and save that.
Then via add/remove programs, remove firefox.
Then remove C:\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\Mozilla
Then remove C;\Programs\Mozilla Firefox
Then go get http://www.macecraft.com/regsupremepro /
and clean out your registry to remove all traces of firefox.
then download the latest and reinstall.
and obviously while this worked for me, you're milage may vary...
How about Netscape 7.2, browser & email client all in one and very
stable, plus, the hackers rarely fiddle with it. Mozilla also has a
free suite thats an all-in-one like Netscape.
On Mon, 06 Jun 2005 11:18:28 -0700, nospambob wrote:
1.0.4? Mine was a bit flaky when I upgraded a few days ago. If your old
version is still around, try uninstalling all your extensions, especially
AdBlock. Check your proxy settings. Zap your cache. Double check your
preferences. After a few burps and hiccups my upgrade is working fine. I
had to fetch new extensions to get things back to normal. Good luck.
"Keep your ass behind you"
vladimir a t mad scientist com
Firewall had it blocked for whatever reason/excuse. I hadn't done
anything to the firewall settings that I'm aware of. Thanks for
suggestions, just couldn't murember the simple step I went through the
previous time when the tip was listed in the Firefox FAQ.
I've been using Opera for a couple months now and love it. You can have
multiple pages open within the window set up as "tabs" so you don't have a
bunch of windows across your taskbar. It also has a built in email handler,
which I don't use, but it's not bad
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