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Is this problem new in the beta? Have you considered rolling back to Firefox 16.0.1?
In case some file is irreparably damaged, could you try creating a new Firefox profile? In addition to bypassing current add-ons and custom settings, it should have completely fresh settings databases and a fresh cache folder.
Close Firefox and from the Windows 7 start menu, in the search box type or paste:
Create a new profile accepting the default and giving it any name you like.
After starting up Firefox, test the problem sites. Any difference?
To switch between profiles, close Firefox and restart the profile manager.
To migrate data (selectively) see Recovering important data from an old profile. Alternately, you could use the Reset feature to auto-migrate key data to a new profile. See Reset Firefox – easily fix most problems.
Hey, thanks very much for your answer. I fixed this yesterday. Router settings changed everything. I don't have to use chrome anymore ;) I did back to stable version of firefox too. I think it was something to do with VPN pass and disabling it. Thanks anyway!
Can YOu please post what actually solved it, so others can fix it too?
I think it had something to do with VPN
is not really helpful....
I am sorry I didn't see your post before. Main thing I did was uncheck popup blocker in router settings. I really don't know much about this stuff, but for 99% that was it. I also changed these two: IPSec Passthrough: Enabled PPTP Passthrough: Enabled Router model is Cisco EPC3925.