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Firefox broken after 6902 update

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The latest update happened while I had firefox open. It reopened and had dumped all my tabs - they were not showing up in recent tabs. Tried to open a new tab and firefox went black. I uninstalled/reinstalled a couple of times which during the last time i picked everything out of appdata. I thought it was fixed, It came up let me sign in and add a couple of extensions appearing to work. When I clicked on a webpage shortcut I had saved to my computer - firefox was my default and would love it to be again - it went black. No right click option just a black window with a top bar that said firefox and nothing else. Is there anything else I can do on my end to potentially fix this ?

The latest update happened while I had firefox open. It reopened and had dumped all my tabs - they were not showing up in recent tabs. Tried to open a new tab and firefox went black. I uninstalled/reinstalled a couple of times which during the last time i picked everything out of appdata. I thought it was fixed, It came up let me sign in and add a couple of extensions appearing to work. When I clicked on a webpage shortcut I had saved to my computer - firefox was my default and would love it to be again - it went black. No right click option just a black window with a top bar that said firefox and nothing else. Is there anything else I can do on my end to potentially fix this ?
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Installed Plug-ins

Last Pass, ghostery, and google translator - not sure of the others they are not visible. Some I had before disappeared which was my first thought that something may have been incompatible but I had no way of uninstalling the others except for uninstalling, picking out old files and reinstalling. If firefox added any of them back when I signed in I'm not sure except for LastPass, Google translator and Ghostery

Application

  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/77.0.3865.90 Safari/537.36

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