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How do I fix my Mozilla Firefox XPI problems ?

This is very simple just remove the following files. Then restart Firefox the files will be recreated and all the problems will be gone. This also works on the U3 version Firefox v2.0.0.4 as well as the Windows version.

extensions.cache
extensions.ini
extensions.rdf

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i can't watch videos


Firefox is a very popular web browser that enables you to search and navigate the web. It allows you to run a number of components, such as toolbars, download managers and video players, to enhance your browsing experience. However, you can run into occasional display problems and crashes that require some troubleshooting. With some simple guidelines, repair common Firefox problems and improve your browser.

Print or write these directions down before proceeding. Close down Firefox and click the Windows Start menu on the desktop. Select "All Programs" and navigate to the "Mozilla Firefox" folder. Click "Mozilla Firefox (Safe Mode)" in the folder. This launches Mozilla Firefox Safe Mode. In Safe Mode, you can repair Firefox issues. Select the areas you want to repair on the "Safe Mode" window. For example, select "Reset toolbars and controls" if you want to remove third-party toolbars. Select "Disable add-ons" if you want to disable plug-ins such as download managers. Click the "Make Changes and Restart" button to repair the web browser. Restart your web browser normally after you complete the repair process. Step 5. Uninstall and reinstall Firefox if you are still having problems with it. To do so, go to the Mozilla Firefox download page and click "Free Download" (see Below). http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/ie.html When prompted, click "Save" and save the browser installation file on your desktop. Click the Windows Start menu and click "Control Panel." Double-click "Add or Remove Programs" to launch the programs list if you are using Windows XP. For Windows Vista and 7 users, launch the programs list by clicking "Programs" and clicking "Programs and Features." Click "Firefox" and click "Remove/Uninstall" to remove the web browser from your computer. Double-click the Firefox installation file you downloaded in Step 5 and click "Run" to reinstall the web browser on your computer.

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my mozilla firefox 4.0 have a expired certificate


Welcome To FixYa

Try to roll back the version in order to do this you have to simply follow the steps

download the Firefox 3.6 version,Run the downloaded setup, follow simple instruction step by step
then open/click the Firefox icon on your desktop .

when you open the Firefox , you will see the toolbar . go to file menu >tools> then click options
in advance tab look for update > check all the options for update , wait and let it update automatically , it will ask for the restart of Firefox.
here are the caps of Tools> option in Firefox when its installed


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Do comment if it helps you in any manner

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how do I remove alot from firefox on a macbook pro


Hi Darbuki! This is nonontech. Actually I am having problem responding you on the chat. I can't post IM over there so I am posting the solution here, Please follow these simple steps:
Open the Firefox, click "Tools" and select "Add-ons", select the "Alot.com" and click "Uninstall" button, if you are asked any confirmation message, click ok and restart the Firefox. This will fix your problem.

If you have further help, let me know.

Good luck.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Aug 19, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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cannot install yahoo toolbar on firefox.....


this error message can be caused by either:
  • corrupted configuration files on your computer.
  • security software, which may be preventing these files from being updated
try this

Corrupt extension configuration files can cause problems when trying to install an extension. Deleting these files will make Firefox recreate them (removing any corruption) the next time it starts. You won't lose your extensions or their settings by deleting these files.
  1. From the menu at the top of the Firefox windowbar, select FileFirefox and then select the ExitQuit FirefoxQuit menu item.
  2. Go to your profile folder.
  3. Delete the following files:
    • extensions.ini
    • extensions.cache
    • extensions.rdf
  4. Restart Firefox.

Apr 04, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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