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Page 404 not found when I try to find a website on Firefox

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It seems problem is due to the slow internet & browser I would suggest you to apply these tips:-

- Remove extensions of browser.
- Clear history & cache.
- Check your preferred DNS address.
- Fix browser registry & internet settings with reliable program (must use RegInOut to fix it properly.)
- Update The Adobe Flash Player & Java.

Enjoy :-)

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