Question about Mozilla Firefox
This sounds like you could have a couple of things wrong. The symptom is common when you have a virus and or a corrupt installation of Firefox.
1. Run at least 2 different types of virus checks and be sure that you do not have viruses. Be sure to update your anti-virus first and then use a second anti-virus program if your AV software doesn't show anything.
2. Download the most current version of Firefox to your computer.
(I would also recommend downloading a quick use browser like Opera, just in case you need access to the net, or at least ensure that Internet Explorer is completely up to date and fully functional)
3. Un-install your current version of Firefox and install the newest version you just downloaded.
This should help you get back on track.
I can't emphasize enough about updating and using a good anti-virus program daily. Viruses are without a doubt causing more problems with software then ever before.
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