Firefox problems

Discussion in 'Computers' started by Ralph-Dot, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. Ralph-Dot

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    is firefox crashing for anyone else today or is it just me? :cry:
     
  2. Sweet Chariot

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    Have you updated to the latest version.:thumb:
     
  3. Ralph-Dot

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    Yes thanks
     
  4. Sweet Chariot

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    3.5.4 version.::bigsmile:
     
  5. Ralph-Dot

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    yep
     
  6. vindiboy

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    I tried Firefox and Sea Monkey, but went back to Google Chrome which for me works very well.I'm no computer expert so you all probably know better than me ,but Hey, if it works it works. :thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
  7. Brisey

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    No problems with Firefox here Ralph.
     
  8. Ralph-Dot

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    OK thanks everyone
     
  9. derekfaeberwick

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    Yep, problems for a couple of days now, up to date version is installed.:cry:
     
  10. Andy 01424

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    Ok do this,took me age to fathom saving the bookmarks lol,click on Bookmarks at top of page,click Organise Bookmarks,select back and save it where you can find it again easily [desktop] now uninstall Firefox !! restart comp and reinstal fresh copy,now go back to Bookmarks-Organise go to back up restore select choose file and restore what you saved earlier[it will say json as a folder],bingo Bookmarks and menu restored and should be ok now:thumb:
     
  11. savantuk

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    Here is what Firefox tells me is my set up:

    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-GB; rv:1.9.1.4) Gecko/20091016 Firefox/3.5.4

    It's very stable, very fast, and manifesting no problems at all.
    I assume, that as the programme is resident on your computer, and problems you are having with it will be down to your broadband connection, not Firefox.

    Good luck
     
  12. Ralph-Dot

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    It is only happening on Fun
     
  13. Jim

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    Sorry you are having problems. I think it must be local to you Ralph. Firefox is the second most used browser on Fun in the last five days. I am using it without problem BUT I am not yet using the latest version because from what i have read they still have not stopped it crashing.

    The pic below shows the numbers for the last 4.5 days Mon - Friday and what browser they are using ect.

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