When I download extensions, it will not install, it says see error log -203 Also I have several websites that cookies need to be tracked by a 3rd party advertiser, get paid to sites; and the cookies have stopped tracking. I can't download the google toolbar, installation error. I am running firefox 184.108.40.206 I am experiencing crashes, quite often. I have done everything I can think of short of uninstalling firefox, and reinstalling. I am on Windows xp Professional. Any help would be appreciated.
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According to Netflix, this is usually a browser problem. If it happened after installing Norton, then it might be that a Norton extension was added to your browser and that is causing the problem. You might be able to resolve it by looking under extensions and if there is a Norton related extension disable it and see if that fixes the problem. Netflix Playback Error M7355 1203
Usually try to refresh your computer by pressing F5 delete browsing history .
GO to tools > Internet OPtions > delete browsing history make sure s there's a checkmark on the password , filtering data and history or even cookies .Try to log on again .In case nothing happens used other browser ..such as Google chrome or mozilla
Make sure you're using the latest version of your web browser. Try turning off any ad blocking or noscripting addons or extensions you may have on. Try using a different browser like Google's Chrome which has good support for modern web pages. This will at least tell you if its a problem with your browser or computer/network. If you're on a school or work network facebook might be blocked.
1.Watch videos at off peak times, if possible
2.Do not run other programs while watching videos. They slow down computer ingeneral by making use of memory.
3.Add RAM on your computer. More RAM will make easy execution of heavy programson your system.
4.Get better and speedy internet connection. Talk to your ISP in this regard.
5.Regularly clean windows registry. Windows registry is vital place that storesinformation for important computing functions. A congested or corrupted windowsregistry makes computer slow that causes YouTube like freezes. For this, getthe best registry cleaner RegInOut cleaner and optimizer. Use it once in afortnight for fast computing to avoid YouTube freezes and system slow down.
I had several problems with facebook on my regular browser. So I just got Firefox and I haven't got a problem with it anymore. Also did you tried to delete all cookies? Your browser should have this option listed under tools, preferences or security.
Clear your cookies. download and install this software to make it easier for you clear cookies and clean trash on your computer [ccleaner]. After your done clearing your cookies try logging back in. Hope this helps.
security software, which may be preventing these files from being updated
Corrupt extension configuration files can cause problems when trying
to install an extension. Deleting these files will make Firefox
recreate them (removing any corruption) the next time it starts. You
won't lose your extensions or their settings by deleting these files.
From the menu at the top of the Firefox windowbar, select FileFirefox and then select the ExitQuit FirefoxQuit menu item.