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Posted on 04-03-08 02:58
[stupid]have you tried uninstalling and re-instilling firefox?[/stupid]



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Posted on 04-03-08 03:39
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did you try reading a couple of lines up



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lol i mistakenly skipped that line of writing

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Posted on 04-03-08 04:49
at least i can read.


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Posted on 04-03-08 04:53
lol touche, and i know i was just giving you a hard time [thank you]


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Posted on 04-03-08 04:56
no problem. I would be more than happy to point out the obvious any time you need me to.


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Posted on 04-03-08 04:57
I had this happen to me a while ago, except it was for IE. I had to do a system restore to fix it(unfortunately that is the cure for most major problems).


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Posted on 04-03-08 05:03
system restore ftw.


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Posted on 04-03-08 05:40
system restore always works

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Posted on 04-03-08 05:42
once i got a virus and it would only let me system restore to one minute after i got the virus Shock


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Posted on 04-03-08 05:43
you could always smash your computer with a shovel and buy a new one. then maybe it will work.


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Posted on 04-03-08 05:46
i was sad Sad it was the first time i wasn't able to get rid of a virus on my own... i had to "send it in"


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you could do what i said with the shovel


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Posted on 04-03-08 16:38
I want to explore the update myself. Do you still know the url for the update? If you did, i could tell you in like a couple minutes. And, if it is a rootkit, you could remove it from the program using a tool from www.nuclearwintercrew.com .


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Posted on 04-03-08 17:00
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no problem. I would be more than happy to point out the obvious any time you need me to.


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Posted on 04-03-08 20:42
1) Are you using Wi-fi?
2) What brand router/modem?
3) 2.0.0.12? (Firefox, Gran Paradiso?)



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Posted on 05-03-08 00:24
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i was sad Sad it was the first time i wasn't able to get rid of a virus on my own... i had to "send it in"


well lol i always do the complete restores...the ones that take it back to when i first got the compy...heehee always wipes the suckers off for me Smile