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Mozilla Firefox Bookmark 2 fold problem


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Suzanlondon

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All of a sudden my bookmarks have disappeared! :blink: Now not only have I lost them BUT I can not save anymore :whistling: I click on "add a bookmark"; " the little window pops: up save as:" and I click "ok" and it
just sits there and does nothing until I finally click "cancel" in frustration.
I deleted my Mozilla and re installed but that didn't work.
Any ideas on what to do in this situation?
Keep replies simple please
Thank you, Suzan
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keithy397

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Suzan,

Check this out.
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"Look you" I found this message
"reboot and type firefox -p to start > run. Then select default profile and start"
what on earth does that mean???
:whistling:
I am totally lost when things don't work right.....sigh
What profile?
ooo dieu
Suzan
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keithy397

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"Look you" I found this message
"reboot and type firefox -p to start > run. Then select default profile and start"
what on earth does that mean???
:whistling:
I am totally lost when things don't work right.....sigh
What profile?
ooo dieu
Suzan



Sorry, i was away a few days.

It means:- Click on - Start (button) > Run > (now type in box) firefox.exe -p This command will open your Profile Manager showing you what Profiles you have, select the default one and start Firefox. Assuming you were using the default profile previously you'll regain access to your data, including bookmarks.
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