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It has to be there is no other way -not to my knowledge. Reply With Quote 02-Jul-2010,11:03 #8 hcvv View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Global Moderator Join Date Jun 2008 Location Netherlands Posts 20,406 Re: (YAFFI) Yet Another Firefox By the way: this last posting was done on her pc with Firefox (not using a private window) after clicking the Firefox icon on her desktop task bar. & her other While still covering all the bags plus since I was already on her Firefox Browser (in a private Window) I typed about:config in the address bar just to see if there Check This Out

The fact this is affecting all browsers as you mention in your first post probably indicates you are missing some adware. These pages all display properly in Chrome. Perhaps the Firefox developers need to look into this a bit further to see why it is triggering these overreactions? TripleM Posted 4/22/16, 5:53 PM Question owner I already posted a crash report above.

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Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? starhugger Posted 5/15/16, 8:37 PM Question owner Yes, it was the password manager, but I'm not so sure that this was simply a Trend problem. A search through this and another Mozilla forum show that I'm not the only one having problems this way. Actual crashes sometimes are easier to diagnose than slow scripts...

Will try to list all of the important points. John99 Top 25 Contributor Moderator 946 solutions 12761 answers Posted 3/9/15, 5:58 PM The file names used may sometimes change and also if you have one lot of adware there is Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now You may have ad / mal-ware.

Thanks in advance for the help! I have NO idea why it would be doing this. It's still doing it. Personally I would '''not''' trust or recommend YAC.

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  2. no user.js - That's good ) Please post back to say how you get on, what was tried & what was found, or for further advice.
  3. TripleM Posted 4/21/16, 8:30 PM Question owner Thanks for the reply - trying that now - will see what happens.
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  5. Much appreciated! :-) cor-el Top 10 Contributor Moderator 14750 solutions 133693 answers Posted 5/15/16, 6:50 PM The problem with TrendMicro resetting privacy setting is likely a problem with the TrendMicro Password
  6. I've also reset my zoom with Ctrl+0 Here's the HTML code: Result

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  7. Should be no need to uninstall Firefox.
  8. Thanks for your help.

Posting in the Forums implies acceptance of the Terms and Conditions. Firefox sporadically freezes. Fix problems connecting to websites after updating Firefox Setting Firefox as the default browser does not work - What to do Create a desktop shortcut to a website FredMcD Top 10 The symptoms are the ones described earlier - it's always the same.

FYI: I'm running Windows 7 64-bit. his comment is here It should automatically connect to your existing settings. You have heard of the '''fine print in shady contracts''', right? webgl.disabled: true Important Locked Preferences ---------------------------- JavaScript ---------- Incremental GC: true Accessibility ------------- Activated: false Prevent Accessibility: 0 Library Versions ---------------- NSPR Expected minimum version: 4.12 Version in use: 4.12 NSS

Doug Sr. mozilla Ask a question Sign In English Search Home Support Forum Firefox Firefox Browser hijacked Support Forum This thread was archived. That way you will be sure, that the problem is somewhere in the system, but not in your user settings or some fancy extensions. this contact form With the previous Firefox I never had this problem but now it just keeps doing it.

I rebooted in regular mode and tried FF and at first it seemed fine again - the styles were back in Twitter.com and in the Add-on search page. I'm unfortunately having a similar problem with lesson 25. "Oops, try again. Contact Us Privacy Policy Legal Notices Report Trademark Abuse Source Code Twitter Facebook Firefox Friends Switch to mobile site Downloads Support Community Development Help Login Register Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar

Modified May 15, 2016 at 8:38:27 PM PDT by starhugger Chosen solution Hi cor-el, You were right!

It's very curious, since this was NOT happening back in February when I stopped using ESET and started using Trend, but it began when I reinstalled it last week and removed I'm out of ideas at the moment. No crashes in the last couple of days - hopefully all fixed (even if not, at least I now know where to look). Much appreciated! :-) Hi cor-el, You were right!

Much appreciated! :-) Read this answer in context 0 Question tools Get email updates when anybody replies. webgl.disabled: true Important Locked Preferences JavaScript Incremental GC: true Accessibility Activated: false Prevent Accessibility: 0 Library Versions NSPR Expected minimum version: 4.12 Version in use: 4.12 NSS Expected minimum version: 3.21.1 Bookmark and use this; Mozilla Search Reset {web link} This add-on is very simple: on installation, it backs up and then resets your search preferences and home page to their default http://newsgrouphosting.com/yet-another/yet-another-realtek-hd-problem.php No crashes in the last couple of days - hopefully all fixed (even if not, at least I now know where to look).

jscher2000 Top 10 Contributor 5899 solutions 48488 answers Posted 4/23/16, 8:37 AM Usually "Stop Script" works when the identified script is in the page, but when it's part of Firefox, the From now on, everyone needs to Use The Manual Option to put a stop to this. The maximum contribution amount is $1,000.00. My Firefox is behaving VERY strangely.

You should try with all the listed tools. Twitter is displaying as only plain HTML (no styling). My approach; I'd describe it as it was like pealing back layers of an onion until everything was removed. Perhaps the Firefox developers need to look into this a bit further to see why it is triggering these overreactions?

I had a different problem with Firefox after uninstalling Trend and reinstalling another antivirus (ESET). After that you can examine your system further. My approach; I'd describe it as it was like pealing back layers of an onion until everything was removed. I'm using ESET antivirus, and it has a feature called HTTPS Scanner.

Here's one example crash report - this was one with all of my extensions etc enabled, and may just say it crashes because I ended the process, but in case it It is possible that security software (anti-virus, firewall) is causing the problem. Any additional assistance would be greatly appreciated. 1 vote permalink sorry, my fault. Most of my leg work was plain and simply using regedit and manually removing as many of the culprit's as I could find.

Everything freezes, an unresponsive script eventually pops up, I click an option eg Stop script, and it freezes again. If it was unresponsive script, did it again refer to a component of Firefox (or an extension) with a chrome:// address or something in the page?