Am an 80 yr old trying to negotiate my PC bur always always have the above message on my system of late-am i doing something wrong or is it the system? Any help would be …
Am an 80 yr old trying to negotiate my PC bur always always have the above message on my system of late-am i doing something wrong or is it the system? Any help would be appreciated before the PC goes out the window!!!!
The FAQ’s says that Mozilla Firefox will review and announce in September 2017, the final date that Firefox will issue security Firefox ESR Updates running on Windows Vis…
The FAQ’s says that Mozilla Firefox will review and announce in September 2017, the final date that Firefox will issue security Firefox ESR Updates running on Windows Vista Home Premium.
The previous announcement was some rime in September, but that the final decision had not yet been made as a review of the number of Vista users would be undertaken in September 2017.
Can Firefox ESR team please state and also place a message in Firefox Help or About Firefox to say what the final decision upon ending Vista security support is.
I use v52.3.0. One person has said Firefox will continue and it will be V59.
What is Firefox own team current final official answer?
how do i turn off updater ext it is always running never shuts off it is using 87% of my computer and causing it to lock up!
I deleated firefox and reinstalled it and the same thing happends! firefox is so messed up it would not let me connect to the mozilla web site for help, only after I used…
I deleated firefox and reinstalled it and the same thing happends! firefox is so messed up it would not let me connect to the mozilla web site for help, only after I used combofix was I able to connect to the web site. updater.ext is always running firefox is broken, broken, broken!
I have Win XP SP3 and FF 52.5.2, Since installing FF 52.5.2 esr and the coincidence of Norton withdrawing its toolbar my Firefox became very sluggish and malfunctioned a…
I have Win XP SP3 and FF 52.5.2, Since installing FF 52.5.2 esr and the coincidence of Norton withdrawing its toolbar my Firefox became very sluggish and malfunctioned at times by not allowing me to type into my FF home page search bar (Google) and bringing up my Bookmarks list instead. Consequently I refreshed Firefox and at the moment it seems to have helped. I haven't had a malfunction since (touch wood).
What I would like to know is if I decided to uninstall my FF altogether and reinstall with 52,5,2 esr is that a complete version of Firefox, I ask this because my current Firefox in the Control Panel shows a size of 116 mb and the FF 52.5,2 setup is 43.3.mb.
The inspect element tool of Firefox browser (version) is not showing the <pre> tag and it's contents on YouTube pages. The pre tag I am referring to is as follows (…
The inspect element tool of Firefox browser (version) is not showing the <pre> tag and it's contents on YouTube pages. The pre tag I am referring to is as follows (screenshot taken on torch browser): (Red arrow indicates pre tag, blue arrow indicates script tag common to firefox and torch) It is the child of body tag. The inspect element for the same page on firefox looks like this: As we can see there is not pre tag. I 'googled' the problem but did not find results that explicitly explained the matter. I also checked this on Firefox developer latest version and Firefox beta latest version but the YouTube pre tag is not appearing in any of these. Why is it not appearing in Firefox's inspect element if it is appearing in chrome's inspect element? Is it a bug? If not then where else can I find the contents of that pre tag in Firefox's inspect element? Thanks a lot.
About 1 week ago, Firefox started to randomly and suddenly shut down. It typically happens once, max twice a day and when it happens, it closes all open tabs without givi…
About 1 week ago, Firefox started to randomly and suddenly shut down. It typically happens once, max twice a day and when it happens, it closes all open tabs without giving any warning and without showing any error or crash report. The shut down is triggered by a click, typically a click to open a link, or open a new tab - that is, it does not shut down by itself. Firefox does not reopen by itself, you must reopen it. When it reopens, it goes back to the latest situation prior to the shut down event, ie, it reopens all closed tabs and the closed web links - as if it were a crash. I did not find any particular pattern (ie, websites, time of the day, open apps, amount of time online, etc) - it appears rather random. No other issues reported - slow system, unwanted downloads, opening unwanted links, etc
EVENTS HAPPENED RECENTLY THAT MAY BE RELATED 1. My AV Provider (Bitdefender) sent me a message saying that it is about to stop supporting my OS (Win XP) 2. Yesterday another one of my AV shields (Malwarebytes Antiexploit) reported that an exploit code was blocked in Firefox, but without giving more details 3. Yesterday morning my PC asked me to log in by clicking on my user name. The thing is, I have never activated this option, as the PC is set to go directly onto the desktop, without asking to click on usernames, or typing passwords. After yesterday, it did not do it again.
WHAT I HAVE DONE - Run a full scan with Malwarebytes Antimalware - no issues found - Checked if all the installed plugins were up to date - no issues found - Opened Firefox in safe-mode - currently checking if the issue persists - Checked the Firefox crash log - no crash reported
OVERVIEW OF MY SYSTEM AND APPS - OS: Win XP SP3 32 Bit. Updates are still coming, mostly for MS Apps (Excel, Word, etc) - Browser: Firefox 52.3.0 32 Bit - AV running in the backgound: Bitdefender Free 126.96.36.1999 updated today; Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Beta 188.8.131.52 updated - AV on-demand: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free 184.108.40.2063 updated - Plugins: as per list below
I initially suspected an exploit/ malware, but did not find an evidence as of now. Course of action suggested? Thanks.
I am using firefox 32bit 52.0.1 windows xp pro sp3, i visit a website page ( https://www.utransto.com/en/topup/number/ ) but when i try to click on drop down country s…
I am using firefox 32bit 52.0.1 windows xp pro sp3, i visit a website page ( https://www.utransto.com/en/topup/number/ ) but when i try to click on drop down country selection menu ... it is not working. Even i can't enter any number in that field and NEXT button is also not working.
Please check and fix this problem.
Waiting for your positive reply.
Hi there Mozilla Support: The other day I'm been having issues with FF. It's mainly focused on Facebook videos NOT playing at all but just loading and sometimes just blan…
Hi there Mozilla Support:
The other day I'm been having issues with FF. It's mainly focused on Facebook videos NOT playing at all but just loading and sometimes just blank. The issue is just Facebook videos because if I go to youtube then all videos will still work. I've done countless troubleshooting steps which is why I'm here now:) Anyhow this is what I've done so far:
1)Disabled ALL FF addons as well as individual addons to seclude any incompatibilities but still no videos
2)Restarted FF in safe mode AND REFRESH FIREFOX but still no success
3)I'm assuming that Adobe Flash could be the culprit however I've COMPLETELY UNINSTALLED (PROPER UNINSTALLATION THAT I FOLLOWED ON ADOBE'S WEBSITE) flash and reinstalled Version 17, 21, 23 and the most recent version of FLASH 220.127.116.11 but still no answer
4) Updated my Nvidia Display driver from Nvidia's site but still no answer
5)Downloaded Flash Video player (ADD ON THAT FORCES SITE TO PLAY MEDIA WITH FLASH) from Mozilla add on site, installed, but still no Facebook videos loading
I'm still running XPSP3 but unfortunately based on my work software, XP is only compatible with that software which is why I'm still using the OS. Obviously for browser purposes I've ALWAYS USED FF since I was in high school:) I just love it in terms of speed and functionality however this past week has been a drag with Facebook videos not loading. I DO NOT want to switch to another browser. I still believe there's a light at the end of the tunnel with FF:)
NOTE: I'm not sure if this contributes to the problem however a couple of days before I did a few things:
a)There was the WannaCry ransomware bug (don't worry I wasn't affected by it) and I did get a patch from Microsoft for my XP machine. I installed it and it was successfully installed in my program list. I also tried tampering with the media plugins in FF's about:config. However I thought if I refreshed FF then this should set all media plugins and others to their DEFAULT values.
I went to the prompt you told me to do and kinda found something interesting. Every time I play a FB video and go to Tools> Web Developer > Web Console, it comes up with an error message saying something about .mp4 playback.
This is weird because I recently installed ALL codecs from K-Lite codec pack which I'm assuming includes codecs such as .mp4, .ogg, .webm, etc., Please find an attached pic of the problem and get back to me asap as I've not been able to view ANY videos,
I also tried the second solution you told me to do (Primetime Content Decryption Module) however the videos still don't play.
Another thing I tried was to update to the LATEST version of FF for WinXP which I believe is the ESR version 52. Still after going to Facebook and logging into my account the videos just go blank with the error shown in the attached pic.
As a temp fix I recently installed Chrome. Apparently Chrome has no issue playing the videos but then again Chrome has all their plugins built on. I never liked Chrome and never will but like I said as a temp fix I'm just using it to view my videos. I WOULD PREFER Firefox and I just don't know what the issue is! Please get back to me when you get the chance
P.S I wasn't sure if the 'replies' function as I haven't from you guys in almost a day so that's why I'm placing the replies inside the original question. Hopefully this helps:)
Anyhow there's also an attachment (jpg) file of the issue I'm having and I hope that you guys can help with the Facebook issue