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Firefox Latest Version Not Opening


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hydra4400

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I click the icon and it will not open. It is not running in the background as I have had that problem before. I even checked task manager various times. I have been having trouble with it since installing winamp and uninstalled that. Went to look in addons and it's not there (even checked in safe mode). EDIT: FireFox would not start in safe mode either. I have checked for the winamp in addons before when firefox DID work. My pc has also been running abnormally slower and adaware, spybot have not helped with this. I was hoping maybe someone would know what's going on, if more info is needed, let me know. Thanks a lot.

SORRY FOR WASTING YOUR TIME GUYS. IT WOULDN'T LET ME UNINSTALL FF, SO I JUST DELETED IT MANUALLY. I INSTALLED IT AGAIN AND NOW IT IS WORKING JUST FINE. SORRY AGAIN FOR THE WASTE OF TIME. DIDNT SEE A BUTTON TO DELETE THE THREAD SO IM ASSUMING A MODERATOR WILL HANDLE IT.

Edited by hydra4400, 14 October 2009 - 06:57 PM.

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rshaffer61

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No problem and sorry for not getting to you sooner.

Congratulations. :) for a successful resolution for your issue. I am happy everything has been worked out for you.
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