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I down loaded Mozilla Firefox 18 but I got a nasty surprise the claro search bar came with my free down load. I have tried everything I know from uninstalling Mozilla Firefox to down loading Firefox again and more nothing is working. My personal information is being seen by who knows out there. CAN YOU HELP ME?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok...from the above comments..if it problem still persists...would suggest uninstall IE 7 and install the default IE 6 along with the WIN XP..hope the machine also has good specifications....should work fine...From above comments.....antivirus, applications tend to slow down the machine...try to upgrade if possible..RAM etc..paging////
If found Ok..then agin try and upgrade with IE7
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
SOURCE: mozilla firefox will not load
just uninstall mozila from add and remove program and again download it from this link:::
then save and ran this file
then try mozila
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
SOURCE: nothing loads...
HI. Google Chrome depends on Microsoft's internet connection settings and it seems that the Internet connection settings are either not working or wrongly configured. You can open Control Panel > Internet Options > Connections. Then run setup or you can check the Lan settings and see if it is configured to use any proxy server. If it is, then I would recommend you to uncheck "Use proxy server..." and use "Automatically detect...." on top and apply the settings. Once you have gone through the steps, launch Google Chrome once again and see if it is working for you or not. If it is still notworking, then go to Internet Options > Advanced Tab and reset Internet Explorer along with the personal settings. This will make Internet connection to go to the manufacturer's default settings and then you will be able to use Google Chrome once again.
Alternatively, try to open Google Chrome > Tools (icon) > Options > Under the hoods > reset to defaults.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, How can i solve it "problem
Check out if your network connection is available.
there may be problem with your internet connection.try browsing through your windows/mac's default browser like internet explorer or safari.
if not able to browse then there is a problem with your internet connnection and contact your internet service provider
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
just hit CTRL+ALT+DEL and open the task manager and got to the Processes and find firefox there and just hit end process. and then try to uninstall it. if you still face the same problem then just install the google chrome it is better and forgot firefox.
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
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Go to Control Panel, click Programs (software).
Uninstall "Browser Manager" +
"Bprotector" + "Object Installer" + "Babylon Toolbar
> Open a new Firefox window (website)
> Go to Tools> Options> and go to change your
order, the Home. ( f.e www.google.de)
and click OK.
> Remove the search engine of Babylon by clicking
the small arrow next to the icon of Babylon
> Manage Search Engines
> select Babylon and Remove
> Close Firefox and open again
> write in the address Bar "about:config " and
> Write in the search engine "Babylon."
> Click on any 'Babylon' preferences with the right mouse
button and select "Reset"
In the following video you can see how to change TAB URL :
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