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Bookmarks keep duplicating

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I continually have duplicated bookmarks appearing in my "unsorted bookmarks" folder, and I see multiple entries for the "History" "Tags" and "Downloads" items in the library (ctrl+shift+b).

It seemed to start with the extension "Eversync", which I uninstalled a while ago. I've restarted firefox, deleted and recreated my sync profile, and can't seem to get it fixed.

Any ideas on where to go or what to look for?

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The solution was to disconnect sync from all signed-in instances of Firefox (including Firefox for android) and delete my Firefox Sync account. I made an html backup of my bookmarks, uninstalled the Firefox from the machine that was having the problem, removed all Mozilla folders from %appdata% (local and roaming), %programdata%, and deleted all Mozilla/Firefox keys from HKLM, and HKCU in the registry. I also cleared all data from every other instance of Firefox. Reinstalling Firefox and re-importing my bookmarks, creating a new sync account, and re-syncing finally solved the problem.

TL;DR Nuke it from orbit and rebuild.

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Are you using Sync to sync bookmarks/history?

If you use Sync then best is to disconnect Sync (temporarily) while performing maintenance/repair efforts to the places.sqlite database.

You can check for problems with the places.sqlite database (bookmarks, history) in the Firefox profile folder.

See also:

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Once the problem is fixed,

Use with Extreme Caution;


Bookmark Duplicate Cleaner {web link} Scans for bookmark duplicates and allows you to delete them


Bookmarks Checker - check for bad links {web link} Check favorites for broken or bad links. It checks for bad links and displays a report if it finds something. Check for 404 links, timeout links.

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The solution was to disconnect sync from all signed-in instances of Firefox (including Firefox for android) and delete my Firefox Sync account. I made an html backup of my bookmarks, uninstalled the Firefox from the machine that was having the problem, removed all Mozilla folders from %appdata% (local and roaming), %programdata%, and deleted all Mozilla/Firefox keys from HKLM, and HKCU in the registry. I also cleared all data from every other instance of Firefox. Reinstalling Firefox and re-importing my bookmarks, creating a new sync account, and re-syncing finally solved the problem.

TL;DR Nuke it from orbit and rebuild.

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That was very good work. Well Done.