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I updated Firefox and I can't get to my saved tabs now. The Update summary page says they are still there but are on another installations. Where??

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I had Firefox set to restore my previous session. After I updated it will not restore my previous version. The page came up after the update says that I did not lost any data or preferences and says that it is still in another installed version but I have no idea how to get to that other version. It said something about that I could use "Sync" to have all my installations share information. Unfortunately I no longer have the update summary page because someone I asked for help from immediately shut it down. And when I tried to restore that session it goes to "The Windows Club" and says "Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded, It may be missing or inaccessible"

I had Firefox set to restore my previous session. After I updated it will not restore my previous version. The page came up after the update says that I did not lost any data or preferences and says that it is still in another installed version but I have no idea how to get to that other version. It said something about that I could use "Sync" to have all my installations share information. Unfortunately I no longer have the update summary page because someone I asked for help from immediately shut it down. And when I tried to restore that session it goes to "The Windows Club" and says "Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded, It may be missing or inaccessible"

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The Windows Club... that's confusing.

Firefox 67 will create a new profile named default-release which may replace the old default profile. If you had an incomplete migration of data, and especially now that Firefox seems confused about what profile it is looking for, could you take a look at the following article and see whether it helps:

How to run Firefox when your profile is missing or inaccessible