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CrayZii-InDiaN

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okay so my firefox seems to be on meltdown, first i have an problem where whatever page i request it brings me up to "bloggers4labour" webpage, a political webpage ive never used.

one of my friend tells me its a bug that a few have experienced and i should check me settings and clear any proxy.

so i do this and it seems to be working okay now expect a portion of the bottom of my monitor isnt used now which annoys me, see screenshot below


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idont have this problem in IE btw but i dont want to go back to using that.

any ideas anyone ?
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Uninstall firefox and then reinstall latest version and see what happens, then come back and let us know what occurs.
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i have fixed the problem using this


Firefox users may see a thick gray bar with red text below the status bar. This is usually caused by a faulty extension. Sometimes, the gray bar will include text that provides a clue as to which extension is causing the problem, but usually it just contains a ^.



http://kb.mozillazin...elow_status_bar
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