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since i downloaded firefox i uninstalled google chrome. now when i install a apps and a setup comes up. it says "please confirm your internet"

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since i downloaded firefox i uninstalled google chrome. now when i install a apps and a setup comes up. it says "please confirm your internet" or "please connect to the internet " please i need help

since i downloaded firefox i uninstalled google chrome. now when i install a apps and a setup comes up. it says "please confirm your internet" or "please connect to the internet " please i need help

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jscher2000
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8789 solutions 71880 answers

Sometimes there is a problem if Google Chrome is your default browser and you remove it before making a different browser your default browser. I can't recall whether there is a quick fix for that.

This is a problem on your Windows 7 system?

Are these apps or add-ons for Firefox, or are they Windows applications?

Sometimes there is a problem if Google Chrome is your default browser and you remove it before making a different browser your default browser. I can't recall whether there is a quick fix for that. This is a problem on your Windows 7 system? Are these apps or add-ons for Firefox, or are they Windows applications?