Cannot load 3.6 - disk image failed to mount - reason: corrupt image
Tried to load 3.6 and get the msg: disk image failed to mount. Reason: corrupt image.
Every time Firefox opened
Firefox 3.0+ versions need MacOSX 10.4 or higher. Which version do you have?Read this answer in context 3
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Message pops up after trying to load: "The following disk image failed to mount. Reason: corrupt image."
Firefox 3.0+ versions need MacOSX 10.4 or higher. Which version do you have?
I have 10.3 so will upgrade to 10.4 before trying to upload Firefox 3.6. Thanks. Bill
I am running 10.4 and still have this problem. I've downloaded the image from Mozilla twice with the no luck. I've repaired permissions per the advice of the interwebs. Anyone have another suggestion? I really need a copy of Firefox on my G3 Clamshell. Thanks!
- Firefox 4 versions and later do not run on a PowerPC Mac.
- Firefox 4 and later require at least OS X 10.5 and an Intel Mac.
For an unofficial Firefox 4 compatible version (TenFourFox) that runs on PowerPC Macs with OS X 10.4.11 or OS X 10.5.8 you can look at:
Firefox 3.6.x (Mac OS X 10.4 and later) can be found here: