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<li>Go to Start > Run > "cmd" and hit OK. This will load the command prompt.
<li>type "ftp" and hit enter.
<li>type "open releases.mozilla.org" and hit enter.
<li>It will ask for a username, type "anonymous" and hit enter.
<li>It will then ask for a password, type "anonymous" and hit enter.
<li>Open the folder with the latest Windows release of Firefox by typing in:<br />"cd pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/latest/win32/en-US" and then enter.
<li>View the contents of the current directory by typing in "ls" and then enter.
<li>Switch to binary file mode by typing in "type image" and then hit enter.
<li>Choose the directory to download firefox to by typing "lcd C:\" (Typing this will save it right to the root directory of the C: Drive.
<li>When you typed in "ls" from step 7, it should have listed a .exe file for you. As of writing the latest version is Firefox Setup 3.0.11.exe. In this case, we will type in: <b>get "Firefox Setup 3.0.11.exe"</b> (type in the quotes)
<li>Now go check in your c:/ drive, and you should see the .exe file downloaded.
<li>Type "bye" to exit the FTP mode, and then type "exit" to close out of the Command Prompt. </li></ol>
You can go to http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/new/ and click the "Get Firefox" (green button) button. It will install a .exe file for your system, then just run the .exe and it will launch the installer. You might need to restart your computer afterwards.
1: uninstall Firefox 2: delete Firefox files under c:\Documents and Settings\user\Application Data\Mozilla\ for all users 3: delete firefox files under c:\Documents and Settings\user\Local Settings\Application Data\Mozilla\ for all users 4: reboot 5: download install latest firefox version.
if there is any other software (that your system came with) that was wiped use your recovery disk...now go to start/all programs/accessories/system tools/system restore...you will pick a date (approx 1-2 month ago) restore to earlier date...pick a date click ok...the system will shut / reboot up again and prompt you do wish to continue you must click ok (yes) to the restore date..try your ie or ff
First Close all applications you have open on your Computer. start and click Run. Type ftp.mozilla.org. It would open up a window with 3 options, open PUB. Open Firefox. Open Releases. Open 3.6. Open Win32. Open En-US. Right Click on the First file that says Firefoz3.6setup.exe. Click Copy. Minimize this screen(Click on the Minus button on the top right corner). Right click on empty space on your Desktop(Home Screen where you have Icons) and click Paste. The file would get downloaded to your computer. Double click on the File Download and Install, Finish the installation by just hitting next every time it says. And now you have a brand new browser ready for your computer.
On the webpage for Firefox (http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/personal.html) click on the "upgrade your firefox" link (I assume you are using firefox from your first computer). You should get an option to save the file "Firefox Setup 3.5.6.exe". Choose a folder (default is the desktop). Once downloaded the file is either on the desktop or in the folder you specified. Copy the file to a USB stick or CDrom to take to your other desktop.