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The energizer firefox?

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I had that problem with FF and a couple of other applications too. I caused it myself by re-installing the apps to try to "fix" the problems. Like a tin-head, I didn't uninstall the first install and clean up all the stray files before I tried to install again. I did the same thing with Win 98 when it first came out and I was learning. I'd clean house real well--uninstall, registry, back-up files, duplicate files in other folders, the works. Reboot and THEN start over fresh. Use task manager to shut everything down (I forgot to check what OS you've got, oops!) You can also back up your hard drive, or system restore or whatever, and just go fox hunting. deleting everything you find. I've actually pulled that one off a few times, when I was desperate. If you have registry cleaners, use one to clear the reggie after you get rid of the files. It sucks, I know, but I had to do everything without the aid of those nice utilities, so I learned the hard way---and sometimes, that has been the only thing that worked. Shear will and determination. Well, that's all I got. Good luck/happy hunting!
You'll do just fine, I'm sure!
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