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I can not find the internet option on Mozilla Firefox. I keep having a script error when I down load my games. What do I need to do ???

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Hello Khg1124,

To get to the Internet Options in Mozilla Firefox, you'll need to display your MENU Toolbar.

  • To the right of the TAB and the + sign, click with your right mouse button to pull up a shortcut menu.
  • You'll be able to select your MENU Toolbar from there.
  • Once it's displayed at the top of the screen, go to the TOOLS Menu and SELECT Options.
  • You'll see the OPTIONS listed there.
Now, in regard to your script error, you may want to post the actual message of the error your receive when you try to download a game, so that we can research and help you troubleshoot your problem.

Happy Computing! If this helped, please be sure rate this post favorably...thanks!

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Posted on Apr 13, 2011

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