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Failure of network requests to various Google services

Edited to add TLDR: some Firefox requests to Google servers seem to fail internally. What can I try to diagnose the problem? I'm having a recurring problem with Firefox o… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Edited to add TLDR: some Firefox requests to Google servers seem to fail internally. What can I try to diagnose the problem?

I'm having a recurring problem with Firefox on various Google sites: google.com, Gmail, Calendar, Keep etc. For long periods of time (but not always), Firefox completely fails to load the site, or loses its connection after the page is loaded (for example Gmail displays an error message "Oops... The system encountered a problem (#001)"). The problem usually seems to occur for periods of many minutes, with occasional gaps where the sites work properly. Also, it seems to be site-specific: sometimes it will load google.com normally while Gmail is still having problems. This is really frustrating, I'd like to use Firefox for all my browsing but I also need to use Google services regularly and that doesn't work if Firefox won't load them properly most of the time.

I'm pretty confident it's a problem with Firefox itself, and not with my network or computer, because I get the same issue across multiple Firefox installations and versions (Firefox 90 and 91 on Windows 10, and Firefox 78.10.0esr and 90 on Linux), and while the problem is happening I can access the same sites successfully from a different browser on the same computer (Chrome or Edge). I've tried refreshing my Firefox profile, working in a private browsing window and using a completely new profile, but the problem still occurs. I've also made sure I'm using "Standard" protection in Firefox's security settings and disabled Enhanced Tracking Protection for the sites I'm trying to access.

I've tried to look at what's going on using Firefox's Network Monitor, and the key thing that seems to happen when this problem occurs is that one or more network requests to a google address (google.com, mail.google.com or ssl.gstatic.com) appear with "0 B" in both the Transferred and Size columns (see screenshot attached). Sometimes the failed network request has a simple padlock icon as in the screenshot, and sometimes a red error symbol with mouseover text that says a security error prevented the resource being loaded. There's also occasionally an error message in the Console: "A ServiceWorker passed a promise to FetchEvent.respondWith() that rejected with 'TypeError: NetworkError when attempting to fetch resource.'.". Removing the relevant service workers in about:serviceworkers doesn't make any difference. On Linux, I've tried using tcpdump to check the actual network traffic and it looks like nothing is actually sent across the network for these requests, so whatever the problem is seems to be happening inside Firefox itself.

Ticking the "Disable Cache" box in the network monitor doesn't help. If I manually resend the same request using the menu in the network monitor, a normal response is received (but the content is not actually displayed in the browser).

It looks to me like some kind of caching or security problem, where Firefox somehow gets in a state where some network requests are blocked or fail to load from a cache, but after a while whatever is causing the problem is cleared and it works normally for a minute or two before the problem recurs. I would simply report this as a bug on Bugzilla, but I can't offer steps for anyone else to reproduce the problem because it only happens when I'm logged into my own Google account. I've run out of ideas for how to diagnose or fix this. Can someone suggest anything else I should try? Thanks!

Gefragt von ColinP vor 2 Monaten

Letzte Antwort von ThePokyWizard vor 2 Monaten

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How to fix network protocol error?

I have been getting the following error message on various websites, including Google, Deviantart and others: Network Protocol Error Firefox has experienced a network pro… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I have been getting the following error message on various websites, including Google, Deviantart and others:

Network Protocol Error

Firefox has experienced a network protocol violation that cannot be repaired.

The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because an error in the network protocol was detected.

   Please contact the web site owners to inform them of this problem.

Refreshing the page makes the page load properly, but the error keeps occuring.

I'm using Firefox version 65.0, which seems to be up to date. I have tried reinstalling Firefox and creating a new profile, but the problem persists. My Windows version is 8.1. I am currently using the following add-ons: McAfee WebAdvisor version 7.0.0.17912 uBlock Origin version 1.18.4

Possibly related: some sites are not displaying image thumbnails on first load, or are displaying them incorrectly; e.g., Youtube will sometimes display the thumbnails from a previous search on a new search.

Any help will be apprectiated, thanks in advance.

Gefragt von Brodio vor 2 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von Keith Tysinger vor 2 Jahren

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Upgraded to ubuntu 18.04 & MOdzilla products will not connect to internet. Network connection is there. Pinged 8.8.8.8 just fine.

I just upgraded to Ubuntu 18.04 and neither Firefox or Thunderbird will connect to the internet. I can ping 8.8.8.8 just fine. I turned off the firewall and they still … (Lesen Sie mehr)

I just upgraded to Ubuntu 18.04 and neither Firefox or Thunderbird will connect to the internet. I can ping 8.8.8.8 just fine. I turned off the firewall and they still will not connect. They connected just fine before the upgrade. I changed the proxy to no proxy and system proxy. Still no luck. What am I missing?

Gefragt von NoGMO vor 3 Jahren

Beantwortet von FFus3r vor 3 Jahren

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kernel panic / "bluescreen" re: tcpip.sys when firefox is launched repeatedly or open for several hours

I support several users having this reoccurring problem (All Windows 10 w/ creators update, running webroot secureanywhere, but problem persists if webroot realtime prote… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I support several users having this reoccurring problem (All Windows 10 w/ creators update, running webroot secureanywhere, but problem persists if webroot realtime protection + firewall is disabled)

Periodically when firefox is running, but usually immediately on the second or third time firefox is launched after the computer starts up, a kernel panic occurs with the reference mentioning tcpip.sys. Examining the minidump with bluescreenview shows ntoskrnl.sys involved as well.

I would not normally suspect this issue to be caused by firefox, but since switching the affected users to chrome or edge, not a single bluescreen has occurred. Out of curiosity I created a fresh firefox profile on one user's computer which had not bluescreened in days, launched firefox with the new profile, browsed to a website, closed firefox, launched it again, and immediately got another bluescreen referencing tcpip.sys.

The users' firefox profile folders are normally in shares on a fileserver (in "my documents" via folder redirection) but the issue persists with profiles stored locally, fresh profiles, "refresh firefox", updating to "quantum" beta, and creating a shortcut for the users that always starts firefox in safe mode.

The problem started roughly 2 weeks ago (week of march 12-16, reports were slow to come in) and all of the firefox installations have been kept up to date since then.

Gefragt von evancaswell vor 3 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von Shadow110 vor 3 Jahren

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Recent versions of Firefox not working properly under Linux (Ubuntu 14.04) when $HOME is a NFS mounted file system

I am managing a group of network booted Ubuntu 14.04 workstations at a small town (public) library and the current version of Firefox for Ubuntu 14.04 crashes. The machi… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I am managing a group of network booted Ubuntu 14.04 workstations at a small town (public) library and the current version of Firefox for Ubuntu 14.04 crashes. The machine have all of the file systems NFS mounted. Installing an older version (Firefox 52.6.0 ESR) works however. The new version of Firefox works just fine on the pair library owned laptops, that also run Ubuntu 14.04, but the laptops are self-contained -- they boot off their local disks. Why is this? I have pretty much determined that the only definable issue is that the network booted machines are using NFS for their file systems. No, the workstations are not sharing logins -- each machine auto-logins to a *different* user, each with their own *separate* $HOME directory and they are *not* trying to share firefox configuration trees ($HOME/.mozilla/firefox/...). But all of these directories are NFS mounted. Oh, the server for the /home file system is running CentOS 6.

Gefragt von RobertHeller vor 3 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von cor-el vor 3 Jahren

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Network Error (gateway_error)

When logged into my Chase account I can't access the Chase Secure Message site. I get an error message that begins: JPMorganChase -dbee1arx02 followed by: Network… (Lesen Sie mehr)

When logged into my Chase account I can't access the Chase Secure Message site. I get an error message that begins: JPMorganChase -dbee1arx02

followed by: Network Error (gateway_error) An error occurred attempting to communicate with an HTTP or SOCKS gateway.

Gefragt von chj2011u vor 3 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von FredMcD vor 3 Jahren

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Sync doesn't work, No spinning icon, No sync log even !

My Firefox sync worked on Windows (Win 7) last night, But I was trying to make it work on Linux (Ubuntu Mate) and Android (5.1.1) for hours and nothing works. Windows and… (Lesen Sie mehr)

My Firefox sync worked on Windows (Win 7) last night, But I was trying to make it work on Linux (Ubuntu Mate) and Android (5.1.1) for hours and nothing works. Windows and Linux are both on same Laptop. I tried Removing config folder, Deleting my Firefox account and Recreating it a dozen times but still doesn't work. Windows did fine (At least the last time I tried it, which was last night !), But I was busy trying to make it work on Linux and Android since then. It acts different on both : I'm really confused because this was working before. Yesterday I decided to Reinstall my Operating Systems and it happened after I did so. I only Reinstalled my Linux and Windows so if there's anything wrong with Operating Systems, It should work on Android ! All my Firefox versions are the Latest (49.0 until today), So there shouldn't be an Old version bug or something !

Linux : When I log into my account it asks for EMail verification and when I verify my Email (Either on the same browser or on my Android browser), Firefox on Linux says "Verification complete, Sync will begin momentarily" but the Top-Right menu where I can sync Manually is still waiting for Sync. After I Restart Firefox, manual Sync icon appears, But when I click on the Icon, Literally 'Nothing' happens. The icon won't start Spinning (As it should normally do !). I even checked about:sync-log, There's nothing there (Both with (true) and without (false) logOnSuccess config).

Android : When I log into my account and verify my EMail everything works fine but nothing syncs. So I try the Manual Sync button and when I push it Firefox starts syncing but then No matter how long I wait, It won't sync and if I get out of Firefox even momentarily and return the "Syncing ..." is turned to Sync button again with "Last sync : never".


What I'm suspicious towards is Firefox boycotting Iran (Where I live), But I never saw that before ! I mean Firefox believes in free software movement, Yeah ? Unless it's servers are located in USA and they are forcing them to do so, Which I don't know about ? Does anyone know ?


By the way, if you need any more information to solve this problem, I'm pleased to give.

Gefragt von Dante Marshal vor 5 Jahren

Beantwortet von Dante Marshal vor 5 Jahren

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Need to change ntlmv1 settings for users

We are currently using Firefox ESR 38.2.0 with our RHEL 6.7 workstations and need to change the network.negotiate-auth.allow-insecure-ntlm-v1 from the default of TRUE to … (Lesen Sie mehr)

We are currently using Firefox ESR 38.2.0 with our RHEL 6.7 workstations and need to change the network.negotiate-auth.allow-insecure-ntlm-v1 from the default of TRUE to FALSE.

We tried putting a .js file in /usr/lib64/firefox/defaults/preferences to change it, but the change is ignored.

When we try another setting in the file, such as perf("network.negotiate-auth.allow-insecure-ntlm-v1-https", false), then the change is made, however, with the ntlm-v1 setting, it is ignored in the file.

We can change the user_perf for network.negotiate-auth.allow-insecure-ntlm-v1 on a per user bases, but as an enterprise we would like to make this change for multiple users at once and not on a per profile.

Is there any way to do this, or is creating a script and placing it in /etc/profile.d the best option?

Thanks! Joe Giles

Gefragt von jagiles vor 5 Jahren

Beantwortet von cor-el vor 5 Jahren

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"This Connection is Untrusted" ssl_error_bad_cert_domain security.frontier.com

Every day around 9:30 PM, browsing the web becomes impossible. nearly every site I visit brings up a This Connection Is Untrusted page. I have tried using different brows… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Every day around 9:30 PM, browsing the web becomes impossible. nearly every site I visit brings up a This Connection Is Untrusted page. I have tried using different browsers and Different Devices. Even my 3DS doesn't work. This has lead me to believe that the problem is either with the modem or my service provider. I checked the certificate of Google via chrome://pippki/content/exceptionDialog.xul, and it read ISSUED TO Common Name (CN) security.frontier.com Organization (O) security.frontier.com and when I checked it now, it reads ISSUED TO Common Name (CN) www.google.com Organization (O) Google Inc I don't know what fixes this problem since the problem stops at different times. It started around when I installed AVG, so I tried uninstalling it, but the problem didn't stop. While I'm fairly certain the problem isn't related to Firefox, this is one of the sites that I am able to visit when this problem occurs. I have tried manually adding the exception so I could bypass the Untrusted Connection page, but the page never loads and the next time it happens, the page is there again anyway.

Gefragt von gemeral vor 5 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von jscher2000 vor 5 Jahren

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Firefox disconnect from the internet- wont load pages

This is my second problem with Firefox, like my first, only happens on this computer and its driving me insane. Every now and again, in a seemingly random time, Firefox w… (Lesen Sie mehr)

This is my second problem with Firefox, like my first, only happens on this computer and its driving me insane. Every now and again, in a seemingly random time, Firefox will stop loading all web pages. It simply acts as though I am not connected to the internet. Everything else on my computer is connected to the internet but not Firefox. Restarting the browser fixes this until the next time it happens but it simply should not be happening in the first place.

My compute specs are: Windows 8.1 Pro x64

Intel i7-4500U

8GB of DDR3 @ 1600Mhz

Nvidia GeForce GT 745M

WD 750GB 7200RPM Scorpio Black

Gefragt von DeathShot vor 5 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von DeathShot vor 5 Jahren

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Firefox not loading webpages correctly or securely and without the correct permissions. It's a mixture and depends on the website.

I get a mixture of these when I attempt to load a secure website. 1. uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is not trusted because the issuer certificate … (Lesen Sie mehr)

I get a mixture of these when I attempt to load a secure website.

1.

uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is not

trusted because the issuer certificate is unknown. The server

might not be sending the appropriate intermediate certificates.

An additional root certificate may need to be imported. (Error

code: sec_error_unknown_issuer)


2. Permissions you have not granted this site any special permissions


3. Connection is not secure

I have deleted cert8.db. I have refreshed firefox. Some sites will load secure but will still not have permissions. Other sites i.e support firefox will load but it will be in all text be secure but will still not have permissions. Youtube the site will load but videos don't play and certain things on the website will just not load correctly. I am running windows 7 x64 and I use eset nod 32 9 as my anti-virus.

My firefox was working just fine then I woke up today tried using it as normal and pages would have all those combinations of issues. It always has on all sites with security now

2. Permissions you have not granted this site any special permissions

Other internet browsers do work and are secure I just really want to get back to using firefox.

Gefragt von clack vor 5 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von cor-el vor 5 Jahren

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Help Please! An Adware Tab Keeps Popping Up Randomly On Firefox, And I Can't Stop It!

Hello, I am new here. I have been using Firefox on my Windows laptop for a while now, but now, I have an adware tab that keeps popping up randomly! This is the tab that k… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Hello, I am new here. I have been using Firefox on my Windows laptop for a while now, but now, I have an adware tab that keeps popping up randomly! This is the tab that keeps popping up: cl.1ck.me/dl/shuffle.php I've tried everything, from refreshing Firefox, installing add-ons to block pop-ups, blocking the site with BlockSite (add-on to block websites), and still it is popping up! By default, whenever the rather assertive tab opens itself, I get a message saying that Firefox prevented the page from redirecting. When I allowed it to show, it would show me some obviously malicious ad, saying something like "Windows Media Player is out of date! Click to update now!" (it was different ads each time, but all of them wanted me to download a program). Now whenever I allow it to show, I get redirected to http://www.adtrackone.eu/go.php?a_aid=55415c29d7266 and Firefox gives me a message that says that the website is a reported attack site, and advises me not to continue. When I do proceed to the site, I don't even get an advertisement anymore; a pop-up from Firefox appears, asking if I'd like to save "Setup__11652_il641438.exe" Of course, I have not saved the executable, as it is obviously malware, and I've gotten some pretty bad viruses on my laptop before (Security.Hijack was one of them. What a nasty thing that was! There was also Storm Watch, Desktop Temperature Monitor, et cetera, I'm getting off topic.) And even when my computer is off, this bugger still finds a way to open itself! I usually find about 5 or 6 of these tabs open every morning, each one with the message "Firefox prevented this page from automatically redirecting to another page." It used to just keep opening itself one at a time, but now it's opening itself in pairs. For example, it's already happened three times while I've been typing this; I'll be typing, then the tab will pop up twice in a row! I'm sorry that this message is so long, but I really need help! This is actually the first time I've made a forum post for help...I searched for cl.1ck.me/dl/shuffle.php online, and the only result I could find was a page in Polish where someone had it set as their home page and couldn't get rid of it. Unfortunately, there were no solutions to that problem. Again, I'm sorry for the dreadfully long message but I REALLY need help! Refreshing Firefox, uninstalling my add-ons and themes, deleting suspicious-looking files in my Firefox data folder, scanning my computer for viruses with MalwareBytes - all of these have done NOTHING to help the issue! Here are some screenshots, if they'll help. Please, ANY help at all will be appreciated! If you need any more information, ask! Screenshots (had to use an image hoster because it wasn't working when I tried to add them for some reason): http://s28.postimg.org/5kv62lwvh/Screenshot_1482.png http://s28.postimg.org/hlgm3c4a5/Screenshot_1483.png http://s28.postimg.org/6pp87zjcd/Screenshot_1484.png http://s28.postimg.org/u2n9qhzfx/Screenshot_1485.png

Gefragt von Lavenderspark vor 5 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von Lavenderspark vor 5 Jahren

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Why connection to internet stops all of a sudden, I can ping to any website address but cannot access webpages with mozilla. I have to restart the browser..

Seems like reachability to any website stops with mozilla with latest update. It requires a restart of the browser to start connectivity again. I have started using chrom… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Seems like reachability to any website stops with mozilla with latest update. It requires a restart of the browser to start connectivity again.

I have started using chrome for now as it is irritating that this problem happens regularly (say for eg., after 5 minutes of using mozilla after a restart.. I again have to restart it)

Gefragt von mgprasad vor 5 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von FredMcD vor 5 Jahren

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Firefox will not load on my computer always has before

When trying to load firefox I get an error message saying the URL address in wrong. All I used to do to load it was click on an icon. Now it doesn't work. What do I do? … (Lesen Sie mehr)

When trying to load firefox I get an error message saying the URL address in wrong. All I used to do to load it was click on an icon. Now it doesn't work. What do I do?

Gefragt von mfkeli vor 5 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von FredMcD vor 5 Jahren

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Why won't firefox work properly with windows 10

I have just about given up on Firefox. I have always used Firefox and have loved it until installing it on my new Winsows 10. Here is the problem, Firefox opens to Fire… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I have just about given up on Firefox. I have always used Firefox and have loved it until installing it on my new Winsows 10. Here is the problem, Firefox opens to Firefox home page, when I search for MY Yahoo home page it displays a page with just lines of data and a small window opens saying “This connection is untrusted – s.yimg.com. I have checked my time and date on my computer and have also contacted Eset Smart Security, no issues there. I have also uninstalled and reinstalled, no luck. One last thing everything work good when I use Google Chrome, any last suggestions?

Gefragt von sunnyvale33 vor 5 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von FredMcD vor 5 Jahren

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Proxy authentication (Zscaler) and Firefox Sync

Hallo, my company's network as been recently upgraded with the Zscaler proxy solution. I was able to regain internet access by following that thread Firefox: This connect… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Hallo, my company's network as been recently upgraded with the Zscaler proxy solution. I was able to regain internet access by following that thread Firefox: This connection is untrusted + Behind corporate firewall (https://superuser.com/questions/115349/firefox-this-connection-is-untrusted-behind-corporate-firewall) . Unfortunately that dind't worked out for Firefox Sync. I'm able to log-in (verified by getting a mail from Firefox Accounts) but Firefox isn't stil able to sycn. I suspect that is somehow related to the certification signing process/getting token8gaining access what is properly blocked by zscaler:

Code:

   1443703953083  FirefoxAccounts ERROR   error POSTing /certificate/sign: {"code":401,"errno":109,"error":"Unauthorized","message":"Missing authentication","info":"https://github.com/mozilla/fxa-auth-server/blob/master/docs/api.md#response-format"}

Before FF 29 it seems it was possible to solve that issue see here: http://www.discourse.net/2010/12/how-to-solve-the-dreaded-firefox-sync-error-while-signing-in-problem/#comment-1358006

Asking IT to allow Firefox Sync/adding an exception is not an option. I'm glad that FF runs instead using the outdated IE 9. I'm fully aware of IT policies etc, that hasn't been a problem for some years.

Gefragt von PackElend vor 6 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von PackElend vor 5 Jahren

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Firefox loses internet connection several times per day

I am so tired of being only wasting time in normal websites, just like i do everyday, and in a random moment the browser loses all kind of connection, and keep charging e… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I am so tired of being only wasting time in normal websites, just like i do everyday, and in a random moment the browser loses all kind of connection, and keep charging every website that i have previously open.

I've got my extensions in date, and with "ask me for activation" option checked in every single one that i use.

At first, i though that it will be a problem with adobe flash, but i disable it, and the connection problem still happen a lot of times. I'm so tired of it; this problem start one or two weeks ago and i can't find what is wrong.

I'm using Firefox 41.0.1, the last version. So i want help, if someone solve this problem, i appreciate the answer.

Thanks, and sorry if i have grammar mistakes, i speak spanish, but i know that i can find more and better answers in the english community.

Gefragt von chapaa vor 6 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von FredMcD vor 6 Jahren

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Firefox won't load any websites after updating Mac OSX

I just updated my Mac's OS to El Capitan and now I can't get any websites to load in Firefox. They work fine in Chrome, though I'm also having some problems getting some … (Lesen Sie mehr)

I just updated my Mac's OS to El Capitan and now I can't get any websites to load in Firefox. They work fine in Chrome, though I'm also having some problems getting some websites to work in safari. I went through the entire article on the support site and made all the changes, but nothing works. I've also uninstalled and reinstalled firefox and restarted my computer. Still no progress. Any suggestions?

Gefragt von thecloester vor 6 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von cor-el vor 6 Jahren

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Secure Connection Failed, connection reset. This seem to have occured after installing iTunes. I have connection to the internet on other devices using router

This appears to have occured after installing iTunes. I have a laptop that connects to the same router and all sites are working in all browsers on the laptop suggesting … (Lesen Sie mehr)

This appears to have occured after installing iTunes. I have a laptop that connects to the same router and all sites are working in all browsers on the laptop suggesting that my router and internet connections including ISP and physical connections are in working order. On my PC which I have firefox 40.0.3 loaded I can connect to send and receivemail on gmail but not any other site including mozilla.org, google, facebook, yahoo. The PC is running OS windows 7 I have AVG anti-virus installed I have tried the following: Uninstall iTunes and all associated Apple components. Refresh Firefox Start Firefox in Safe Mode Restart and cold boot windows. Delete the cert8.db file Switch off windows firewall (have reset to on again) Cannot update firefox as it will not connect. Restarted the PC and Router Checked the date, time and time zone are all correct. Full PC scan using AVG anti-virus

Gefragt von Roanlynx vor 6 Jahren

Letzte Antwort von FredMcD vor 6 Jahren