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How can I get a Firefox on CD? I have a computer that is not able to connect to the internet due to a virus so I am not able to download the software

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The computer was running IE, but that now seems to be corrupted

The computer was running IE, but that now seems to be corrupted
TonyE
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You can download the setup file from http://www.mozilla.com/ using the computer that can connect to the internet. You can copy the setup file (Firefox Setup 3.6.10.exe) to a USB key or burn it to a CD.

You can buy a CD from http://store.mozilla.org/ but I don't know how long it will take to arrive.

You can download the setup file from http://www.mozilla.com/ using the computer that can connect to the internet. You can copy the setup file (Firefox Setup 3.6.10.exe) to a USB key or burn it to a CD. You can buy a CD from http://store.mozilla.org/ but I don't know how long it will take to arrive.
tailspower2001 0 solutions 1 answers

They use it offer an CD-ROM if you donated money the fact they don't anymore is an bad idea. As I feel the CD-ROM option is an better option; see if you had redo your PC by reinstalling Windows form the like Dell, HP, or Microsoft disk you wound wound run the risk of something bad happening getting the FireFox installer downloaded form IE. Having the CD-ROM option stops use form ever having to start up IE for anything but Windows Update. Will Google's idea of an Live CD and OS web bower wound be an cool option for Firefox, I wound use it in pace of Windows 7.

They use it offer an CD-ROM if you donated money the fact they don't anymore is an bad idea. As I feel the CD-ROM option is an better option; see if you had redo your PC by reinstalling Windows form the like Dell, HP, or Microsoft disk you wound wound run the risk of something bad happening getting the FireFox installer downloaded form IE. Having the CD-ROM option stops use form ever having to start up IE for anything but Windows Update. Will Google's idea of an Live CD and OS web bower wound be an cool option for Firefox, I wound use it in pace of Windows 7.