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Mozilla Internet won't connect

I'm a current user of Mozilla FireFox Internet. I had shut down my computer the other day and now when I turn on my computer and try to use FireFox it says that the window must be closed for a previous installation to be completed and it shows as an error I have tried System rebooting and redownloading Mozilla and it comes back the same.. How can I fix this so I can continue to use Mozilla?

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Go to www.firefox.com and install a fresh copy of Firefox. THis will solve the problem. You can also try the safe mode of Firefox too..

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