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No matter what web site I enter there is vital printed material missing

My Mozilla Firefox brower is corrupted, on all web site that I visit there is printed material missing.

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What you need to do is not to use firefox mozilla anymore have to mutch virussen i will help you solve your problem , install internet explorer 8
when you have install that one
run it
go to start -control panel - add/remove programs look for firefox, and remove it than you will see that you will be back online with internet explorer

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White cloudy screen-only when I access my mail. I have tried several of your solutions but nothing works. I can do anything else under the sun, but I want to send and receive email!


Mozilla Firefox has the ability to block content and images from web sites. If you're seeing a white screen when visiting Yahoo! Mail, or clicking the "Save to My Web" button or other toolbar buttons , you have either accidentally or intentionally blocked images and/or content from yahoo.com. Check your Mozilla Firefox and Extension options to make sure you haven't blocked yahoo.com or accidentally blocked images, iframes, etc. via a wildcard.
If you have AdBlocker installed,
  1. Click AdBlock under the Tools menu.
  2. Click Preferences.
  3. Remove any entries from the blocked sites list that contain "yahoo.com" or "yimg.com".
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If you don't have AdBlock installed, check your Firefox options:
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  2. Click Web Features.
  3. Click Exceptions next to Load images.
  4. Remove any sites listed that contain "yahoo.com" or "yimg.com".
If you still don't see the Download button, either your user profile is corrupt or you have another extension installed that is blocking images from Yahoo! Please a new profile or try running Firefox in Safe Mode. In addition, see the Mozilla Firefox FAQ link under More Help.

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Method #1 - through Windows (XP/Vista/7):
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(2) Click on "Set your default programs"
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Method #2 - through Firefox
(1) In the browser, go to Tools > Options > Advanced
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