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I Have Really Messed Things Up and need HELP

I bought a new computer. I read about how to transfer over your profile. On my old computer I located the folder, and went up one level as it said. I had 2 files there, n… (read more)

I bought a new computer. I read about how to transfer over your profile. On my old computer I located the folder, and went up one level as it said. I had 2 files there, not 1 .I saved these files. I installed firefox on my new computer and followed the same steps to locate the folder. It also had 2 files, with different names. I STUPIDLY deleted these two files and put in the two I had copied from my old compter. Turned offirefox and turned it back on. It would notopen because it said it couldnot locate my profile folder. I uninstalled Firefox, and reinstalled it. I still get the same error.

Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible. I thought uninstalling and reinstalling it would solve the first part of the program but as of now, I have no Firefox.

Any suggestions from anyone.

Asked by smokininkman1 7 hours ago

Last reply by Wesley Branton 5 hours ago

I have been trying for a long time to open my hotmail with this browser. I'm tyred ! I only can do with chrome. Trying also to update your browse , no way! I like this browse. Please help me

I have been trying to login in my hotmail.com and only can do it with chrome. when I enter any shopping page the links don't work. I really like firefox but I'm tired o… (read more)

I have been trying to login in my hotmail.com and only can do it with chrome. when I enter any shopping page the links don't work. I really like firefox but I'm tired of trying. I am trying to update the browse, it doesn't work ! It seems to me that the mozilla browse i being blocked. thank you for being so good !

Asked by arelisgalavis9 1 day ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 day ago

account on the computer

Hello, When they said (in swedish) You have one step more before you installation is finished and that is to connect another device so I tried to connect my mobile and I … (read more)

Hello, When they said (in swedish) You have one step more before you installation is finished and that is to connect another device so I tried to connect my mobile and I think I succeeded. But, on the computer it seems that I can't find the application. It isn't there so I have tried to download it again but that must be wrong because than I must do everything all over again and I guess it than isn't compatible with my mobile. Why is it so very hard to download?? What must I do? Yours, Marie

Asked by marie.darin 1 day ago

Last reply by marie.darin 1 day ago

How do I install Firefox on a new Windows 10 PC?

I have an older PC that I have been using with Win 7 as its OS. It's still there on one of the three HDDs that's in the PC. I have since added a fourth drive, which is a… (read more)

I have an older PC that I have been using with Win 7 as its OS. It's still there on one of the three HDDs that's in the PC. I have since added a fourth drive, which is a WD Blue SSD which is 560 MB/s big, and has Windows 10 installed and running on it, when I start up this PC.

How do I go about replacing the Microsoft software with Firefox and Thunderbird? The Win 10 software is different than Win 7 so I don't know how to use very well. And the Win 10 instructions don't exactly match up with the Win 10 that is installed on my PC, so if some-body could list some of the steps that are more accurate than what MS has given, I would appreciate it.

Asked by warp4dennis 1 day ago

Last reply by ARMAN KHAN 1 day ago

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Why is the 78.0.1 download for MacOS called "Firefox 78.0.1esr.dmg" and not "Firefox 78.0.1.dmg"?

I got the pop-up about FF 78.0.1 so went to https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/78.0.1/releasenotes/ and clicked on "Download Firefox" (https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/… (read more)

I got the pop-up about FF 78.0.1 so went to https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/78.0.1/releasenotes/ and clicked on "Download Firefox" (https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/download/thanks/). The download dialogue (image attached) that appeared said that it wanted to download "Firefox 78.0.1esr.dmg". The "esr" in the filename surprised me, as I'm not on any ESR release train. Why is it named that and not "Firefox 78.0.1.dmg", similar to its predecessors?

Asked by Steve Chessin 2 days ago

Answered by Steve Chessin 1 day ago

Downloading files and programs.

Every time I download something whether its a program or file, Firefox would completely freeze for a few seconds and then go back to normal and resume the download. I fin… (read more)

Every time I download something whether its a program or file, Firefox would completely freeze for a few seconds and then go back to normal and resume the download. I find it very irritating, especially when I am trying to do something else on a different tab whether its working on school work or just watching a video. Is there a fix for this or will this be fixed in an upcoming update?

Asked by razerhoff 1 day ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 day ago

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After v78 update I have two FFs, one with no passwords. What to do?

This morning FF advised me to update to a newer version. I did and got 78.0.1 (64-bit) for Windows 7. Later I was deleting a program - winpdfeditor - in the Windows contr… (read more)

This morning FF advised me to update to a newer version. I did and got 78.0.1 (64-bit) for Windows 7. Later I was deleting a program - winpdfeditor - in the Windows control panel and, at completion, suddenly got a message that Firefox was updating (again), but this time with a big bold warning - as I recall - that this version was not synched with anything. This new Firefox opened. My regular version, the one I'd updated this morning -- let's call it FF-1 -- was also open. In the second version (FF-2) I immediately checked under Tools > Options > Logins and Passwords, and the passwords section was empty. I closed FF-2. FF-1 is still open and still has all my passwords. I checked my Mozilla > Firefox > Profiles folder and now have two profiles - one called jn******.default, where I can see all my regular FF files, including logins.json, and one called i6******.default-release, with all files created today and no logins.json. Windows control panel also tells me I have two FFs, but identifies them as v78.01 and v72.02, and says both were installed today. I just checked about:profiles and get this: "Another copy of Firefox has made changes to profiles. You must restart Firefox before making more changes." What to do now? Obviously, I want to save the one with the passwords and delete the other one. But, as this situation is new to me, I want to do it the right way.

Asked by roberto32 2 days ago

Answered by cor-el 2 days ago

offer from mozilla

Hello, is this offer from Mozialla? https://www.mozilla.org/de/firefox/78.0.1/whatsnew/all/?oldversion=77.0.1&v=5 and then a message with a phone number comes to the… (read more)

Hello,

is this offer from Mozialla?

https://www.mozilla.org/de/firefox/78.0.1/whatsnew/all/?oldversion=77.0.1&v=5

and then a message with a phone number comes to the handy

my english knowledgeis not so good, if somebod could answer in german. if not I try to understand.

Asked by Madlen 3 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 3 days ago

AAdvantage eShopping Button Extension will not download

I have been unsuccessful in downloading the American Airlines AAdvantage eShopping extension from the AA.com website. Each time I get the error "The add-on could not be … (read more)

I have been unsuccessful in downloading the American Airlines AAdvantage eShopping extension from the AA.com website. Each time I get the error "The add-on could not be downloaded because of a connection failure".

Firefox 79ob3 Window 7

Thanks

Asked by mthomasff 4 days ago

incorrect checksums of downloaded Firefox

Every time I download a new release of Firefox (win64 german), I check the downloaded file at virustotal and check the hashes published under http://releases.mozilla.org/… (read more)

Every time I download a new release of Firefox (win64 german), I check the downloaded file at virustotal and check the hashes published under http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/<Version>, e.g. http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/78.0.1/SHA256SUMS Up until release 77.0 the hashes matched but for 77.0.1 and also the current release 78.0.1 the hashes do not match, neither SHA256 nor SHA512. For "win64/de/Firefox Setup 78.0.1.exe" the SHA256 hash should be 56cff68e3f0cb76a6404d675f7e1bacc40ebaba7bbb5cadcb4950378656ab0a6 but the calculated hash is 8e69755f257aba44b6bbe5079e17f3bff8b62ddc27de9e1c479686e9ad871dfb When checking at virustotal, the file is recognized as scanned before and the displayed hash is the one I calculated, so at least my downloaded file is equal to the file other persons downloaded. Could it be that since v77.0.1 the published hashes are incorrect?

Asked by juergen.renner1 6 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 5 days ago

Password reset question

Is it true that resetting password will result In losing history and bookmarks? Ive used for years on laptop which just died. Trying to install on iPad and it doesn’t lik… (read more)

Is it true that resetting password will result In losing history and bookmarks?

Ive used for years on laptop which just died. Trying to install on iPad and it doesn’t like my password. The reset page says I might lose hx, bookmarks as well as saved passwords. Noooooo!!  If this is really going to happen, is there any way to work around it?  

Thx

Asked by charlotte.giese 6 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 6 days ago

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Updating Firefox from Menu > Help > About yields ransomware

I received a Firefox notice that an upgrade was available, so I clicked "not now" and triggered the update by Menu > Help > About. Firefox apparently downloaded its… (read more)

I received a Firefox notice that an upgrade was available, so I clicked "not now" and triggered the update by Menu > Help > About. Firefox apparently downloaded its update, then asked me to restart Firefox. I did so and got a "ransomware" notice from my antivirus program, saying it fixed the problem (but not how). Trying to run Firefox repeats the notice. Does Firefox now have malware in it?

A Web search turns up nothing. I am posting this question from Google Chrome.

Windows 10 Home Malwarebytes premium (latest)

Asked by David Spector 6 days ago

Answered by David Spector 6 days ago

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Firefox update check can't talk to the mothership (likely)

I run Firefox on a number of systems and two of my work computers seem to be unable to check in with the Firefox update servers to get updates. See image for the exact er… (read more)

I run Firefox on a number of systems and two of my work computers seem to be unable to check in with the Firefox update servers to get updates. See image for the exact error message.

"Firefox can't update to the latest version. Download a fresh copy of Firefox and we'll help you to install it."

My suspicion is my network team is blocking my browsers from getting to the Firefox update servers but I don't know how to test it. One of my browsers is 77.0, the other is 77.0.1. Both of them give me the error in the image. Both of them insist I'm on the latest version of Firefox when I use 'Help/About Firefox' to check.

If anyone knows what data I should collect to get this figured out I'd appreciate it.

Thanks

Asked by Tallbek 3 weeks ago

Answered by Tallbek 3 weeks ago