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You can't install Firefox on a LG Smart TV. It isn't in the app store.
Posted on Jun 25, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok what you need to do is click where it ask for you to install the flash player it will say it can't do it so click on manually, then you will be redirected to the compatible flash player you need. after the install it should automatically restart firefox. Sometimes you will recieve and error that says close firefox and try again. just close all windows that are firefox downloads window to and click try again repeatedly until it goes through. there you have it fixed avatar
Posted on May 09, 2009
You have to make sure your Firefox is closed first, otherwise it won't work or installed. Install the Flash Player. And then only start your Firefox.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
try this site but first click on the Tip: Click
here to run a free scan for Flash Player and file errors before
installing version 10
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
The MSCONFIG file shows programs (and other services) which are scheduled to load at system startup. But that doesn't tell you which programs and services are currently running.
If you launched the Firefox browser, and then closed it, it's possible that the application file may still be open (running), even though the browser window is no longer visible. (Like other large programs, Firefox doesn't always shut down properly.) Fortunately, it's easy to check on that, and to terminate the application if necessary, by using the Windows Task Manager.
In Windows, right-click on the taskbar (at bottom of screen), and select "Start Task Manager". Then click on the "Processes" tab, and scroll down to see if "firefox.exe" is listed. If so, highlight that entry, and click on "End Process". That will terminate all Firefox processes, so other activities (such as Adobe Flash installation) should be able to proceed.
See also this Firefox help file:
Hope that's helpful.
Posted on Dec 26, 2011
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