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    mudd1_98 Feb 19, 2012

    I ran a 'clean-up' utility to restore performance of my system and everything was fine except now my browser, Firefox 11 opens in text mode only. How can I switch it back? Should I reload Firefox? Web pages open normally.
    Thanks!
    Mudd

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Firefox is crashing


Firefox crashes can be caused by incompatible extensions or themes, issues with hardware acceleration and the drivers on your system, problems with your Firefox settings and other issues. If Mozilla Firefox is crashing every time you reopen it, you can troubleshoot Firefox with its safe mode, update the software on your system or create a new Firefox profile.

Safe Mode b> Mozilla Firefox includes a safe mode startup option. Firefox doesn't use extensions, themes, hardware acceleration or your custom settings when you start in safe mode. You can start Firefox in safe mode by pressing and holding the "Shift" key while clicking the "Firefox" shortcut. Click "Continue in Safe Mode" when the dialogue box appears. If Firefox doesn't crash when you start in safe mode, the problem is with your Firefox configuration. b> Reset Firefox b> If Firefox starts without crashing in safe mode, you can make some of the safe mode changes permanent. Close Firefox and restart it in safe mode again. Use the dialogue box that appears to select one of the options such as "Disable All Add-ons" or "Reset All User Preferences to Firefox Defaults" and click "Make Changes and Restart" to restart Firefox in normal mode with the changes. After restarting, you can re-enable extensions and themes one by one and install updated extensions that may fix the problem. Update b> If Firefox crashes safe mode, updating Firefox and other software on the system may fix the problem. You can download and install a new version of Firefox from Mozilla.com if it won't start. You should also update Windows from Windows Update, update any browser plug-ins such as Adobe Flash and update for your antivirus, firewall and other security programs. The crash may be fixed with newer versions of the software. b> Profiles b> Firefox stores your settings in a profile directory. It normally creates only one profile directory, but you can create an additional profile and start Firefox with that profile instead of using safe mode. Close Firefox if it's open, click "Start," type "Firefox.exe -ProfileManager" into the search box in the Start menu and press "Enter" to access the profile manager window. Click "Create Profile" to create a new profile, provide a name for the new profile and click "Start Firefox." Firefox opens with a fresh profile; you can start your old profile from the profile manager window.
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Reset firefox


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If you want to reset your Firefox preferences, this article provides instructions on how to reset them through Safe Mode.
To reset preferences:
1. Close down Firefox completely: At the top of the Firefox window, click the File menu, and select the Exit menu item.Close down Firefox completely: On the menu bar, click the Firefox menu, and select the Quit Firefox menu item.Close down Firefox completely: At the top of the Firefox window, click the File menu, and select the Quit menu item.
2. In Windows, click Start, open the All Programs list, and navigate to the Mozilla Firefox folder. In the Mozilla Firefox folder, select Mozilla Firefox (Safe Mode).Hold down the Option key, as you start Firefox.Go to your Terminal and run:
firefox -safe-mode
You may need to specify the Firefox installation path (e.g. /usr/lib/firefox-3.5).
3. Firefox should start up with a Firefox Safe Mode dialog.
Note: You can also start Firefox in Safe Mode by clicking Start, selecting Run (or use the Start Search box in Windows 7 and Vista) and then entering the following in the text field:
firefox -safe-mode
4. To reset your user preferences, click to put a check mark by Reset all user preferences to Firefox defaults.
5. To apply your changes, click Make Changes and Restart.
Firefox will restart with your settings changed back to the defaults.

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Windows Keyboard Shortcuts for Mozilla Firefox


CTRL + A Select all text on a webpage CTRL + B Open the Bookmarks sidebar CTRL + C Copy the selected text to the Windows clipboard CTRL + D Bookmark the current webpage CTRL + F Find text within the current webpage CTRL + G Find more text within the same webpage CTRL + H Opens the webpage History sidebar CTRL + I Open the Bookmarks sidebar CTRL + J Opens the Download Dialogue Box CTRL + K Places the cursor in the Web Search box ready to type your search CTRL + L Places the cursor into the URL box ready to type a website address CTRL + M Opens your mail program (if you have one) to create a new email message CTRL + N Opens a new Firefox window CTRL + O Open a local file CTRL + P Print the current webpage CTRL + R Reloads the current webpage CTRL + S Save the current webpage on your PC CTRL + T Opens a new Firefox Tab CTRL + U View the page source of the current webpage CTRL + V Paste the contents of the Windows clipboard CTRL + W Closes the current Firefox Tab or Window (if more than one tab is open) CTRL + X Cut the selected text CTRL + Z Undo the last action

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Runs slow,23000error to many downloads and a lot more


what's the 23000 error and when and where are you getting it?

Sounds like you might have a virus or infection. Try booting up into Safe Mode then download and install MalwareBytes and run a Quick Scan.

Turn off the computer, then hit the power button to turn it back on and immediately start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see SAFE MODE. Take the Safe Mode With Networking option (this will give you internet connectivity) and let it boot up. Safe Mode will look different to you, the screen will be darker and the icons bigger, this is normal. Open your internet browser then download and install MalwareBytes then run a Quick Scan.


Go to www.google.com and in the search box type: "Download cnet Malwarebytes" (without the quotes). Download and install malwarebytes from the sites download.cnet/malwarebytes. When the site opens up click on the Green Download button on the left. Do not click the Red Download button, that's junk. When it finishes installing the Gui Interface will open up with an offer to Accept a Trial Version or Decline. CLICK DECLINE you want the totally free version. Run a QUICK SCAN. As it scans, if it finds infections the number will be in red. When it finishes scanning, click SHOW RESULTS. A notepad text document will open up showing you the results. You can close the text document and go back to the Gui Interface where you will click REMOVE SELECTED RESULTS. The objects will already be selected for you. When it finishes removing the objects click ok and it will sometimes reboot your machine.



If after the above steps Mozilla Firefox is not working correctly then download and reinstall it. Don't delete or uninstall the current one yourself or you'll lose your bookmarks and settings. Let the system take care of downloading and uninstalling it so it will preserve your settings and bookmarks. Also try some of the other browsers.

Try downloading Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Google Chrome. Unlike Internet Explorer they install in less than 5 minutes and they are faster and safer than Internet Explorer.

Go to www.google.com and in the search box type: "Download Mozilla Firefox" (without the quotes). Download and Install Mozilla Firefox from Mozilla's website. Do the same thing for Opera and Google Chrome.

I've put the links of each one below so if you like you can just click on them to go to their site to do the download and install.

www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/

http://www.opera.com/download/

https://www.google.com/chrome

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How do I turn off safe mode on Mozilla


Want to turn off Safe mode option on your Mozilla Firefox? Then follow this simple steps:
  1. Open Mozilla Firefox
  2. At the top of it (Firefox window), click on the Firefox button (in you have Windows Xp, click on File menu) and then click Exit.
  3. Start Firefox as you normally would.
  4. If Firefox keeps starting in Safe Mode see Firefox is stuck in Safe Mode.


If your Mozilla Browser is stuck on safe mode better to the steps here: Click here

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I accidentally change my browser,restriction is the message appear in my windows,how do i set this into my default?


As we all know, when the Mozilla Firefox is installed, another version called "Mozilla Firefox (Safe Mode)" is installed. But most firefox users don't know it's importance and would consider it to run in Safe Mode. This feature is also used to Change the Firefox settings/preferences.

If you've messed up with the security settings, add-ons, etc..etc.. we have to reset all the settings from the Mozilla Firefox (Safe Mode). To do this, follow the steps below:

For windows xp

Click "Start" then "Run" and type in "firefox -safe-mode" [Note: one space after "firefox"] and press enter. A new window will open up (shown below)


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You can select whatever you want to restore, but if you only need to reset the changes you've made to the "Preferences", then simply select (check mark) the "Reset all user preferences to Firefox defaults" and click "Make Changes and Restart". Once you click the "Make Changes and Restart", firefox will restart.


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If your operating system isn't Windows XP, then the commands are as follows:

Windows Vista and Windows 7

Click "Start" then "Start Search" and type in "firefox.exe -safe-mode" (one space after firefox.exe).

Mac OS

Open, "Application" and "Utilities" then "Terminal" and type in "/Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS/firefox -safe-mode" and press enter"

Linux

Open "Terminal" then type in "/path/to/firefox/firefox -safe-mode"


Good luck.

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Mozilla firefox always crashing though system is uptodate


Try,
In Windows, click Start, open the All Programs list, and navigate to the Mozilla Firefox folder. In the Mozilla Firefox folder, select Mozilla Firefox (Safe Mode).Hold down the option key, as you start Firefox.Go to your Terminal and run: firefox -safe-mode You may need to specify the Firefox installation path (e.g. /usr/lib/firefox-3.5). Firefox should start up with a Firefox Safe Mode dialog.

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I installed mozilla firefox for a few weeks already, it worked but today it does not even open, i tried to reinstall but its thesame, i checked with the task manager but it even is not running, i tried to...


1. Try opening the Firefox in the Safe Mode from Start -> All Programs-> Mozilla Firefox -> Mozilla Firefox (Safe Mode) and check.

2. If it opening in Safe Mode, then uninstall any conflicts Add-ons and try.

3. Uninstall the Firefox from the Computer, delete all the Folders of the Firefox from the "Programs Files" and "Documents and Settings" (in XP) or "Users" (in Vista or Windows 7) including the Profile and extension Folder of the Firefox.

4. Restart the Computer and then install the Firefox again.

This should resolve the issue.


Good Luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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''Nonresponsive Script''


Try "Firefox Safe Mode". If the problem goes away, disable your extensions, one by one.

How to start Firefox in Safe Mode
  1. Close down Firefox completely: At the top of the Firefox window, click the File menu, and select the Exit menu item.Close down Firefox completely: On the menu bar, click the Firefox menu, and select the Quit Firefox menu item.Close down Firefox completely: At the top of the Firefox window, click the File menu, and select the Quit menu item.
  2. In Windows, click Start, open the All Programs list, and navigate to the Mozilla Firefox folder. In the Mozilla Firefox folder, select Mozilla Firefox (Safe Mode). Firefox 3, Mac OS: Hold down the Option key, as you start Firefox. Firefox 2, Mac OS: Go to the Utilities directory (in the Applications folder) and open Terminal, then run:/Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS/firefox -safe-modeGo to your Terminal and run:/path/to/firefox/firefox -safe-mode
  3. Firefox should start up with a Firefox Safe Mode dialog.

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Reinstall the drivers failing this goto printers and faxes right click on the icon and select properties. Select Advance tab at the top of the now open window then select print processor once in there select a different graphic mode ok and close then test.

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