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Facebook wont load, I tried everything....EVERYTHING!

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I installed Firefox 22.0 on My PC and It did a great job as a browser.....BUT!! when I log in on FB the only thing that it shows up is my profile pic and this facebook title above and below is empty....no posts just a clear page.....I deleted the cookies and all but I just installed firefox so there wasnt much cookies and reset the firefox and all what the other people recommended but eventhough sometimes Fb load correctly.....which made me go wild I mean why FB opens randomly like this.....I didnt install any anti-virus programs yet and I disabled my Firewall.......Just Tell me what should I do....Thx

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Actually, you do not need an add-on to default Facebook to HTTPS. There is a setting for it on this page:

https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=security

See attached screen shot.

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so it wasnt complicated just too much trouble ha lol

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Just listing some of the possibilities here. Since it seems to be a more general problem, you also could try forums that solve IE issues. No idea whether it will be complicated to fix.

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Hey people hear this....when I add https:// to the url firefox load facebook correctly :D in fact when I add s to the http which makes it secured firefox opens it correctly.....the problem is...whenever I want to open a page there I have to to do this everytime....so is there an easy way to solve this???

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You should check for malware.

You can try these free programs to scan for malware, which work with your existing antivirus software:

Microsoft Security Essentials is a good permanent antivirus for Windows 7/Vista/XP if you don't already have one.


Further information can be found in the Troubleshoot Firefox issues caused by malware article.

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Actually, you do not need an add-on to default Facebook to HTTPS. There is a setting for it on this page:

https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=security

See attached screen shot.

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Well I have the same problem I think, and the URL has always been https, also I have cleared cookies and cache and all and still have the same problem, I started firefox in same mode and have done a full virus scan, page is still the same since yesterday, please help

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NEVERMIND, I realized what hapened, I added a filter to addblock that made that happen, is all good now, thanks

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yea lol I did that and it worked :p sorry I didnt let u know :) but at least u guys know more now ^^

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