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My mac crashed and after reinstalling a fresh OSX & applications, I went to reinstall my last computer backup (I clone my laptop on a monthly basis) and there was no *.JSON file at all in any of my libraries.

My mac crashed and after reinstalling a fresh OSX & applications, I went to reinstall my last computer backup (I clone my laptop on a monthly basis) and there was no *.JSON file at all in any of my libraries.

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I looked at all my files on my backup drive and there were no JSON files anywhere.
I went to the \library\caches\firefox\profiles backup. In there was an ID 'zodazxxt.default' and under that were a few folders - cache, mozilla-media-cache, startupCache and 2 files urlclassifer files. There were no JSON files within these folders.
I'm running the Mac Lion OSX and Firefox 3.5.7
Can anyone help?

cor-el
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Are you trying to restore the bookmarks?

Do you still have the Time Machine backups?



In Mac OS X v10.7, the $HOME/Library folder is a hidden folder.

Open Finder and use one of these:

  • Go > Go To Folder (Shift-Command-G) and in the dialog type: ~/Library
  • Open the "Go" menu and hold down the Option key to make the Library appear

Are you trying to restore the bookmarks? Do you still have the Time Machine backups? *http://www.apple.com/support/timemachine/ ---- *http://kb.mozillazine.org/Backing_up_and_restoring_bookmarks_-_Firefox *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/Recovering+important+data+from+an+old+profile *http://kb.mozillazine.org/Transferring_data_to_a_new_profile_-_Firefox ---- In Mac OS X v10.7, the $HOME/Library folder is a hidden folder. Open Finder and use one of these: * Go > Go To Folder (Shift-Command-G) and in the dialog type: ~/Library * Open the "Go" menu and hold down the Option key to make the Library appear ---- * http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/909/cpsid_90947.html Access hidden user library files

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Found them - thank you. Lydija.

Found them - thank you. Lydija.
cor-el
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You're welcome

You're welcome