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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi sir try uninstalling firefox and reinstall your operating system or if it is possible use your restore point before the event that the problem occured but please before using restore point please make a back up of your important files on a disk or flash drive.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
Please follow these steps.
1.clcik on start at the bottom left corner.
2.Go to control panel.
3.click on internet option.
4. you will seee internet options window
5. clickon connection at the top.
6.click on Lan settigns
7. now, check for the third check box--user a proxy server. If it it checked. --first uncheck the checkbox just below it which is saying, "bypass a proxy server". Now, uncheck the check box saying, user a proxy server,
Now, click on OK
click on OK again.
Now, close the internet explorer window and open it once again.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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