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All my internet saved page tabs have gone (tried F11 - it's not that)
Got up this morning after shutting down my pc last night (for the first time in ages) and all my saved web page tabs have gone. It's a real problem because saved there was my old work tab as I don't get on with the new set-up. It has really really messed me up. How do I get them back please? (Tried F11 as I thought it might just be that - but that's not it - I still have the address bar, search bar, home, refresh button, arrows and most visited at the top as you can see in the pic - just none of my saved pages :( really really upset).
All sorted - seems restarting the computer was all I had to do (went into panic mode), did that before I tried restoring the system - all tabs are back. :)Read this answer in context 👍 0
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Couldn't post pic for some reason :/
All sorted - seems restarting the computer was all I had to do (went into panic mode), did that before I tried restoring the system - all tabs are back. :)
This didn't work for me, I found my home page, & that's all. Everything I had saved is gone. Help!
Could you please start a new thread for your question?
Then you can provide more information like your operating system and installed extensions.
You can check if you have an "Old Firefox Data" folder on the desktop in case the Refresh feature in Firefox has been used and a new profile has been created.
You can recover data from such a saved profile, but be cautious to recover possibly corrupted files.
Note that "Reset" creates a new default profile with a time stamp appended to identify it and tries to recover settings like bookmarks and history and passwords and history and cookies and auto-fill data from the old profile, but you lose data like installed extensions and other customizations.
The current profile folder will be moved to the "Old Firefox Data" folder on the Desktop.