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ATF Cleaner messed up Firefox


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xgetchoo22

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After running ATF Cleaner for Firefox, I have been having some problems with websites, including this one. Some sites are fine, but others look like a mess of letters and they're all disorganized. The ESPN.com main page is another site that isn't quite working for me. Any solutions?
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Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling firefox or a system restore to before you ran ATF cleaner, may help.

Edited by shazmar, 18 April 2007 - 02:45 PM.

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Hi,

Close all browser windows and then run ATF again. That should fix the problem.
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OK, well I didn't do anything (to my knowledge) that would have fixed it but the sites in question have gone back to how they should normally look. Just wondering, any explanation or just an anomaly?
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With the browser open only some of the files were deleted, not enough to tell the site "hey he needs new cookies" On reboot the remainder of the files would have been deleted which is why its working without you doing anything.
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Ah, I see. Thank you for the explanation.
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