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MUST remove Claro-search from Mozilla..... have tried many ways..

Have Mozilla as my home page.. tower.. xp and this continues to interrupt Everything.. re-downloaded Firefox, but this Claro continues to reappear.. Other than annoy… (read more)

Have Mozilla as my home page.. tower.. xp and this continues to interrupt Everything.. re-downloaded Firefox, but this Claro continues to reappear.. Other than annoying, I believe it to be intrusive and maybe a threat.. Do you have any suggestions about how to remove it..? I've exhausted all internet 'solutions', none of which work.. When I open the home page.. Mozilla.. I get this Claro Search.. I don't want Claro involved, I trust Mozilla. Many thanks Neal

Asked by noweigel 9 years ago

Answered by course61486 8 years ago

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How do I make a Yahoo Mail icon on my desktop that opens via Firefox?

I have a Yahoo Mail icon that opens with Internet Explorer, but I want a Yahoo Mail icon that opens with Firefox. Firefox is set as our default browser. How do I set up… (read more)

I have a Yahoo Mail icon that opens with Internet Explorer, but I want a Yahoo Mail icon that opens with Firefox. Firefox is set as our default browser. How do I set up that icon?

Operating system

XP

Asked by AnonymousUser 11 years ago

Answered by AnonymousUser 11 years ago

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How can I permanently delete the "Pass Show" PUP program?

I keep getting these annoying links that are double-underlined in my browser web-sites. I have disabled the Pass Show add-on. I have uninstalled the Pass Show program usi… (read more)

I keep getting these annoying links that are double-underlined in my browser web-sites. I have disabled the Pass Show add-on. I have uninstalled the Pass Show program using the XP Control Panel and reset Firefox from the Troubleshooting menu but the pass show double-underlined links keep showing up.

Asked by Chindi 7 years ago

Answered by philipp 7 years ago

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Java Deployment Toolkit

FF has blocked Flashplayer and Java. I have updated both to latest versions BUT Java Deployment Toolkit 8.0.510.16 11.51.2.16 is still blocked and cannot be activated (or… (read more)

FF has blocked Flashplayer and Java. I have updated both to latest versions BUT Java Deployment Toolkit 8.0.510.16 11.51.2.16 is still blocked and cannot be activated (or apparently updated). The option "ask to activate" is selected but does not do anything. "You cannot UNINSTALL this program because: Why I am not able to run the Java Uninstall tool and the Java verification applet? The Java Uninstall Tool and the Java verification applet uses the Java DT to do Java version detection on the user system. If Java DT is blocked by browser (like Firefox) than these applets will not run. In order to run these applets the user will have to permit Java DT to run in browsers." https://www.java.com/en/download/faq/deployment_toolkit.xml

So, there is a Catch 22. It needs to run itself to uninstall but it can't. How can this be resolved?

As an additional comment - flash and Java run in MS IE - which is considered less secure. Mozilla are forcing people to use an inferior product. Best Regards, Chris

Asked by ChrisJez 6 years ago

Answered by ChrisJez 6 years ago

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постоянно появляется мигающий курсор в любом месте, на любой странице браузера стоит нажать один раз левую кнопку мыши. В других браузерах такого нет. Вирусов нет

Постоянно появляется мигающий курсор в любом месте, на любой странице браузера стоит нажать один раз левую кнопку мыши (как будто я что-то хочу исправить в тексте интерне… (read more)

Постоянно появляется мигающий курсор в любом месте, на любой странице браузера стоит нажать один раз левую кнопку мыши (как будто я что-то хочу исправить в тексте интернет страницы). В других браузерах такого нет. Вирусов нет. Антивирус Dr.Web.

Asked by Cleo13 9 years ago

Answered by cor-el 9 years ago

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Constantly getting "Server Error in '/' Application." when trying to log into http://mail.live.com

I'm trying to log into a hotmail.co.uk account via mail.live.com and keep getting the above error. I have cleared recent history and disabled Adblock but no success. I'… (read more)

I'm trying to log into a hotmail.co.uk account via mail.live.com and keep getting the above error. I have cleared recent history and disabled Adblock but no success. I'm using Windows 7 SP1 and Firefox 5.0:

The page isn't redirecting properly

 Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete.
       
 This problem can sometimes be caused by disabling or refusing to accept
   cookies.

The error page then received is as follows:

Server Error in '/' Application. Runtime Error Description: An application error occurred on the server. The current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application error from being viewed remotely (for security reasons). It could, however, be viewed by browsers running on the local server machine.

Details: To enable the details of this specific error message to be viewable on remote machines, please create a <customErrors> tag within a "web.config" configuration file located in the root directory of the current web application. This <customErrors> tag should then have its "mode" attribute set to "Off".

<configuration>

   <system.web>
       <customErrors mode="Off"/>
   </system.web>

</configuration>


Notes: The current error page you are seeing can be replaced by a custom error page by modifying the "defaultRedirect" attribute of the application's <customErrors> configuration tag to point to a custom error page URL.

<configuration>

   <system.web>
       <customErrors mode="RemoteOnly" defaultRedirect="mycustompage.htm"/>
   </system.web>

</configuration>

Would appreciate any help you can give. Many thanks, Ben

Asked by wbssimmonite 10 years ago

Answered by davekingspain@gmail.com 9 years ago

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Help me get rid of Babylon forever!

I accidentally downloaded Babylon unknown to what a truly horrible search engine this is! I have tried to get rid of it, by un-installing, I did manage to get rid of the… (read more)

I accidentally downloaded Babylon unknown to what a truly horrible search engine this is! I have tried to get rid of it, by un-installing, I did manage to get rid of the search engine to the right of the URL bar bu doing the whole plug-in thing. I tried what everyone said about doing the about:config thing, and when I search keyword.URL, that is blank, but I changed it to google anyways, then I searched Babylon and modifed, and reset everything marked with Babylon. However, when I close out Firefox and re-start, my homepage STILL goes to babylon even after I changed all those setting and then also set google as my homepage in the options and add-ons tab. What am I doing wrong? Thanks!

Asked by swissrdh 9 years ago

Answered by cor-el 9 years ago

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How to make new Firefox look like old Firefox?

I was looking at the new version of Firefox and really don't like how it looks. If I update to it is there a way to make Firefox look like the old one? 3.6.24 is the vers… (read more)

I was looking at the new version of Firefox and really don't like how it looks. If I update to it is there a way to make Firefox look like the old one? 3.6.24 is the version I'm using now, and I really like how it looks.

Asked by Candice-Chan 9 years ago

Answered by cor-el 9 years ago

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How do I stop this scripting going all the time on startup

I have installed shockwave, and the others and I'm still having trouble with the scripting. On start up I keep keeping the message that scripting is taking to long. Start… (read more)

I have installed shockwave, and the others and I'm still having trouble with the scripting. On start up I keep keeping the message that scripting is taking to long. Start up with this problem takes 10-15 minutes to reslove.

Asked by Greg Sanvik 8 years ago

Answered by cor-el 8 years ago

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How to uninstall Firefox if Add/Remove programs won't work?

My Firefox is completely unresponsive. I can't get a browser or anything. I just grabbed the application folder and threw it in the trash, because the add/remove progra… (read more)

My Firefox is completely unresponsive. I can't get a browser or anything. I just grabbed the application folder and threw it in the trash, because the add/remove program function did nothing. I also cannot download the newest version of Firefox. It tries, but then says, "Your download was interrupted".

How can I make sure I've removed ALL of the old Firefox and what can I do to download the new one?

Asked by doubledogdair 8 years ago

Answered by kobe 8 years ago

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Back button does not work on any site. Thanks in advance for your help.

On a laptop using XP Pro. SP3. 32bit. Use FireFox 18. I have rebooted Firefox and restarted my laptop many times. This has been a problem since the last FireFox security … (read more)

On a laptop using XP Pro. SP3. 32bit. Use FireFox 18. I have rebooted Firefox and restarted my laptop many times. This has been a problem since the last FireFox security upgrade. I did notice the back button worked on your support site. Please help me resolve this because it is a real pain in the ass. Thank you.

Asked by biff441 8 years ago

Answered by cor-el 8 years ago

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How can I create a "Private Browsing" window shortcut on my desktop?

Hi all - Instead of firing up FF and then clicking on the toolbar icon - "Open a Private Browsing Window" every time, is there a way to create a Desktop Shortcut to click… (read more)

Hi all -

Instead of firing up FF and then clicking on the toolbar icon - "Open a Private Browsing Window" every time, is there a way to create a Desktop Shortcut to click on which brings up FF in Private Browsing mode?

Perhaps I can place it in my quick launch toolbar.

Also -

Is it possible to set a default "homepage" for Private Browsing mode?

Any help always appreciated. Thanks.

Asked by Compumind 4 years ago

Answered by the-edmeister 4 years ago

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Cannot uninstall Yahoo toolbar from Firefox

I'm reposting part of another thread that was closed because no one is actually listening to the people that are posting the problem. Quote: I had the same problem, after… (read more)

I'm reposting part of another thread that was closed because no one is actually listening to the people that are posting the problem.

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I had the same problem, after I installed Yahoo Messenger. I asked not to install the toolbar, but it was installed. Then I uninstalled it, I disabled it from addons, yet, the toolbar was there no matter what I did. I uninstalled Firefox, reinstalled, with the download from mozilla, the toolbar was still there. I did all that one has to do in order to uninstall a piece of software, without being "the tech guy". I do not have the same problem in Chrome or Internet Explorer. It was uninstalled from all other browsers when I removed the program from control panel. I can't see what I can do to get rid of it. I choose to just hide it for now, but it bugs me that I have a piece of software that behaves like a virus, doing stuff I don't want it to do. And for the record, I am not confused about the search for yahoo and toolbar for yahooo. Right clicking on the interface, allowed me to check or uncheck exactly that "yahoo toolbar".

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This is exactly my problem as well.

In the other thread several people said 'disable it in your add-ons' Well as the poster above mentioned and I can confirm **it is not in the add-ons area**

Others said 'use the add/remove function in the control panel' and as the poster above mentioned and once again I can confirm **I did this and it no longer shows up under add/remove but the toolbar is still annoyingly there**

Yet others said 'you must have downloaded a special yahoo version of Firefox' No, we (or at least I) didn't. The toolbar was installed when I installed Yahoo messenger

-I can't believe a 'clean install' of Firefox is the answer to this problem--if so this is just ridiculous.

If there is no actual answer, I can accept that but I am frustrated that people are posting responses that very clearly are not the right answers because the people posting the problems were very clear about the issues.

Thanks for reading, please assist if you can.

Asked by red51ve 8 years ago

Answered by user633449 8 years ago